How to watch the Rockets vs Warriors: live stream the 2018 NBA Western Conference Finals
Watch Rockets vs Warriors Live Stream Free with instant access direct to your pc, laptop or any Android device including Mac, iPad, any time, any place, anywhere in the world. Our site offers you the best quality services with cheap rate without any ads or pop ups disturbance, it’s completely Virus-free program.
Rockets vs Warriors Live Stream Free
We’re almost at the big one! We’re just one seven-game series away from NBA Finals, having now reached the Conference Finals stage. The Houston Rockets will face off against current champions the Golden State Warriors in the Western half of the bracket, with the first game taking place on Monday May 14 at 9pm ET (6pm PST, 2am BST) – and you can find out how to live stream the action with this very guide.
The first game in a best of seven series between the Houston Rockets and the Golden State Warriors will take place at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas on Monday May 14 at 9pm ET (6pm PST, 2am BST Tuesday morning) and there will be six more games throughout the month if necessary to decide which team will move on to the 2018 NBA Finals.
The last time it was the Rockets vs Warriors in the Western Conference Finals was 2015 where the roles were reversed and the Warriors were the number one seed. Golden State strolled to the NBA Finals with a 4-1 series win then, but will it be different in 2018?
The Rockets managed to win 65 games during the regular season. But will fan-favorite James Harden be able to guide the team to victory against the very team the franchise designed its roster around? Stephen Curry, as ever, will be the man to be stopped if Houston want to end their 23-year spell out of the finals.
Whether you’re rooting for the Rockets or the Warriros will show you how to tune into all the action either on your TV or online. If there is no local option to watch the 2018 NBA Conference Finals in your country, don’t worry as we’ll walk you through the steps needed to watch the event from anywhere in the world.
Keep reading to see how you can stream the 2018 NBA Western Conference Finals online.
How to watch Houston Rockets vs Golden State Warriors in the US
If you live in the US and have a cable subscription, then you’re in luck as TNT will be showing all of the games in the Western Conference Finals. The Rockets and the Warriors will play their first game in a best of seven series on Monday May 14 in Houston and TNT will be showing the game at 9pm.
However, if you want to stream the Conference Finals online without signing up for a cable package then you’re best bet is to use NBA League Pass with a VPN.
Unfortunately the Western Conference Final won’t be shown in the US until three hours after it’s finished due to an NBA blackout but if you use a VPN to change your IP address to one in another country you’ll be able to stream the game online. Keep reading and we’ll show you how.
Rockets win if …
They keep on shooting like the best shooting team in the NBA and Harden plays like the best player in the series. The thing about playing the Warriors is that you have to work incredibly hard to keep pace with their scoring. The Rockets are perhaps the only team in the NBA legitimately equipped to do that. With Paul, Harden and Ariza, they have three guys that can shoot, alongside Paul’s facilitation of the offense. They’ll also need to temper the indeterminable impact of Green for the Warriors, who has spent a lot of time facilitating for Golden State this postseason, and do what the Pelicans couldn’t and find a solution for Durant.
Warriors win if …
They’re able to flip home court early in this series. With 15 consecutive wins at Oracle, the Warriors’ crowd has a way of making runs cascade. The Pelicans learned that first-hand. Golden State also needs to keep on dominating the third quarter. This team is the best third-quarter team in the NBA, and that needs to continue. The final key is to keep Harden off the line. Every team gets frustrated with Harden’s free-throw attempt numbers, so the onus will be on Green and, to a lesser extent, Durant to limit