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NBA All-Star 2017 is today, and you’ll have one of four options to watch it on television, stream-on-demand or on your smartphone. The game starts in just under three hours tonight at 7:30 p.m. ET on TNT. The games have all been streamed at no charge to fans. If you don’t have an NBA TV subscription, but still want to watch, you might want to grab a DVR and tune in. ESPN has the first two games of the night, and will be offering live streaming of the fourth one.
More than 100 million Americans watch NBA games every season on TV or satellite, which means there’s a large demographic out there who’ve never seen them. The NBATool service allows you to watch the games on demand and on mobile devices, as well as on your TV, computer, tablet or iOS or Android app for more accurate results. Now, without going into all of history’s most obscure history, NBA All-Star 2017 officially belongs to the 2018 edition without an official starting line-up. The 2017 All-Stars were announced on Tuesday, but don’t expect a full roster this year.