The NBA Playoffs are really heating up this year, and as East and West are taking on their respective basketball teams to the Finals, it can be very difficult to keep up, especially now, in the week of the Conference Semifinals. So far, the teams that have a shot at the top for the West are the LA Clippers vs. Houston Rockets and the Golden State Warriors vs. Memphis Grizzlies. As for the East, it is the Atlanta Hawks vs. Washington Wizards and the Chicago Bulls vs. Cleveland Cavaliers. For those that really want to live stream the NBA Playoffs Conference Semifinals, that is an option from the computer, tablet, or even a smartphone. Here is how to watch the NBA Finals online.
At this writing, the standings of the NBA Playoffs are as follows, according to the official NBA site. So far, we are at game 5 for the Conference Semifinals for all eight teams. To keep up to date, go to the NBA Playoffs site to track how your favorite NBA team is doing.
For the West, the Los Angeles Clippers are at 3 games, with the Houston Rockets at just 1. The Golden State Warriors and Memphis Grizzlies each have two games. For the East, the Atlanta Hawks and Washington Wizards also have two games each. There is another two-way tie for games for the Chicago Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers.
For those interested in more NBA Playoff action, here is how and when to watch the games online. Go to the NBA Stream site for this action, and be sure to check to see if you are in the right time zone:
Bulls vs. Cavaliers on Tuesday, May 12, 2015, Time 19:00
Clippers vs. Rockets on Tuesday, May 12, 2015, Time 21:30.
Wizards vs. Hawks on Wednesday, May 13, 2015, Time 20:00.
Grizzlies vs. Warriors on Wednesday, May 13, 2015, Time 22:30.
Cavaliers vs. Bulls on Thursday, May 14, 2015, Time 20:00.
Rockets vs. Clippers on Thursday, May 14, 2015, Time 22:30.
As for some of these games, it could be the last for the season. If the Clippers manage to bust the Rockets tonight, then so long, Houston, and the May 14th game will not be on. At this year and at this point, it appears to be anyone's game on the other six teams that are still in the Conference Semifinals.
For those who are interested in watching these games on television, here are the stations they will play on according to the National TV Schedule on the NBA Site. Any Tuesday or Wednesday game will be on the NBA on TNT. For Thursday and Friday, check on ESPN. For Sunday and Monday, it is back to NBA on TNT again. As for radio times, check your area.
Those that want even more action on their phone, tablet, or computer might want to check out TNT Overtime, a way to watch enhanced coverage of the NB on TNT Live. This service allows the viewer to watch on a phone or tablet, vote for a favorite NBA player to watch live, watch live from multiple camera angles, and follow social buzz on the games and players.