A few months ago, ESPN and its partner ESPN3 launched WatchESPN on Apple TV to make it easier to watch NBA games on Apple TVs.
Today, ESPN has added some additional features to its WatchESPN apps to help stream the NBA games.
For the first time ever, Watch ESPN on your iPhone, iPad or Android device will now include live streaming from ESPN3 on iOS, Roku and Amazon FireTV devices.
To get started, tap the Sports section and then the NBA game you want to watch.
Once the stream starts, you’ll see the NBA scores and stats on your screen, plus a countdown to the next game.
If you tap the NBA button, it’ll bring up a countdown timer for your Apple Watch.
WatchESPN on your iOS device will stream live coverage of all 20 regular season NBA games, plus all playoff games.
The app will also stream some of the biggest matchups in the NBA including the Eastern Conference Finals, Finals, and Finals MVP.
On your Android device, you can stream the game from ESPN on ESPN3 for free and then watch it on ESPN2.
If your Android TV is paired with a compatible device, ESPN3 will stream the same game in both apps.
WatchESPN is available for free on Android and iOS devices.
For more information about WatchESPN, visit ESPN.com/watch.