Watch the 2016 NBA Playoffs on your Android Smartphone

The 2016 NBA Playoffs are already underway, and some teams are already out of the playoff hunt. With the Detroit Pistons and Memphis Grizzlies being swept in the first round, and the Houston Rockets and Dallas Mavericks winning just one game and losing to the Golden State Warriors and Oklahoma City Thunder respectively. But there are still plenty of games to watch, and you can watch them all on your smartphone. If you subscribe to Cable or Satellite TV, you can use the ESPN app to watch most of the games that are on ESPN or ABC. But if you don't pay for TV, you may want to look into Sling TV.

Now we took a look at Sling TV back when it first came out, over a year ago. They offer up a Basic package that will cost you $20 per month and grants you some networks, including ESPN, AMC, CNN, TNT, TBS, Food Network and more. But they do also offer up a Sports Add-on. This add-on gets you 9 additional sports channels for just $5 per month. With Sling TV you can watch on your smartphone, tablet, Android TV, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and many other platforms. They are available on just about every platform out there. Making for a great experience.

As an added bonus, T-Mobile is giving a discount on Sling TV, in addition to the free trial that Sling offers. And it's also part of Binge On. So you can watch the games on the go without it eating into your data cap on T-Mobile. Definitely a great thing, with the NBA playoffs going on right now. So you'll be able to watch and see if the Golden State Warriors can repeat, after breaking Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls regular season record of 72-10. Although with Steph Curry out for two weeks, that might be a bit difficult. But you'll be able to watch all of the action live on your smartphone or tablet, without needing to get a cable box from Comcast, Time Warner, or another cable provider. Definitely great to see the games available more widely now.

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