Timberwolves vs Clippers live stream: Can you watch the NBA game for free?

The top two ranked teams in the Western Conference will square off in Los Angeles tonight as the Minnesota Timberwolves (36-16) visit the Los Angeles Clippers (35-16) in a game that many think could be a preview for the Western Conference finals. James Harden was right when he said that once the Clippers find a rhythm, the rest of the league needs to be on their toes. That is indeed true. LA is 5-2 in their last seven games and looks poised to take down the number one ranked Timberwolves when they come to town tonight.

Tip-off is late on the east coast tonight, around 10:30pm ET. It will be televised regionally, but if you’re one of the many basketball fans looking to watch the game live, here’s all the information you need to do just that.

The best way to watch Timberwolves vs Clippers live stream

Sling TV

With Sling TV allowing you to customize your live streaming experience to your liking and affordably priced, many sports fans are turning to what they have to offer. Anyone who has ever joined Sling TV loves it 50% off their first month deal, so your base payment is just $20 to start. Sling TV offers two streaming packages to its customers: Sling TV Orange and Sling TV Blue. For sports fans, be sure to check out Orange for all the sports channels included with the package. You can customize the channels you want when you sign up, so you’re not bothered by the idea of ​​paying for something you don’t want.

Is there a free Timberwolves vs Clippers live stream?

NBA League Tickets on YouTube TV.
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Whenever a game is broadcast in a local or regional market, it is quite difficult to get a legal live stream for free. That’s where NBA League Pass comes into play. While they don’t offer a free trial, meaning you still can’t get the live stream for free, they do offer a one-time payment deal of $50 via YouTube TV which helps you access all the out-of-market action you want.



Watch Timberwolves vs Clippers live stream from abroad with VPN

NordVPN app in the App Store on Apple TV.
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The best way to watch US-based live broadcasts is through a virtual private network. What a VPN does is protect your identity and data from online hackers. The one we recommend most to customers is NordVPN. It is reliable for its unlimited bandwidth and cost-effective at $12 per month with a 30-day money-back guarantee. You can access NordVPN in 60 countries outside the US on over 5000 servers. It’s also compatible with Mac, Windows, and Android, to name a few.

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