Warriors vs. Spurs Live Stream: How to Watch Game 4 Without Cable


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Steph Curry and Kevin Durant can send their Warriors to the NBA Finals for a third straight season with a win tonight over San Antonio. (Getty)

Looking for a live stream of Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals between the Golden State Warriors and San Antonio Spurs on Monday? There are a couple different ways to watch, even if you don’t have a cable subscription.

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The game is scheduled to start at 9:00 p.m. ET and will be broadcast nationally on ESPN. The Warriors have won their first 11 games of this postseason in relatively easy fashion — including the first three of this series. And while the the Spurs are expected to be without their MVP-candidate Kawhi Leonard for a third straight game, one can’t expect a Gregg Popovich-coached Spurs team to go down without a fight.

If you can’t get to a television, here’s a full rundown of all your streaming options for desktop and other streaming devices:

Warriors vs. Spurs Game 4 Live Stream


The easiest way to watch the game is via WatchESPN.com. If you choose the option that says “Golden State Warriors vs. San Antonio Spurs (Western Conference Finals, Game 4)” on ESPN 3, you only have to be logged into your internet provider — rather than a pay TV provider — to watch a live stream.

You can click here for frequently asked questions and more information about WatchESPN.

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Mobile & Streaming Devices

Viewers looking to watch the game on their mobile or streaming devices can do so via the ESPN app, which is free to download at the following places:

App Store

Google Play store

Amazon App store

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Windows Store


Xbox One

As is the case with desktop, it isn’t necessary to log in to a cable or TV provider to watch the stream.

Kawhi Leonard Injury News & Updates

San Antonio Spurs superstar Kawhi Leonard was forced from Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals with a sprained left ankle after landing on the foot of Golden State’s Zaza Pachulia.

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