The Boston Celtics and Miami Heat are back on the TNT cable channel Friday night for Game 2 in their Eastern Conference Finals series. Miami is looking to win again on the road and take a commanding 2-0 lead back home when this game starts at 8:30 pm ET / 5:30 pm PT.
You can watch the Heat and Celtics Game 2 online free without cable on TNT by taking advantage of a live streaming service free trial from a variety of devices include Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire Sticks and Fire TV, mobile phones, and more.
Watch with NBA League Pass via Amazon Prime
Amazon Prime members can take advantage of an NBA League Pass 7-day free trial period to watch the Heat and Celtics Game 2 via Prime Video channels, though some local blackouts may apply. It’s a no-brainer if you haven’t take advantage of the trial yet.
After the 7-day free trial is up you can decide if you want to keep NBA League Pass or cancel before the trial expires
If you don’t have Amazon Prime yet, sign-up for a 30-day Prime free trial or a six-month free trial if you’re a student, then take advantage of the 7-day NBA League Pass free trial and the series will be at your fingertips or voice by saying “Alexa, play Heat and Celtics on NBA League Pass.”
DirecTV Stream Free Trial
DirecTV Stream is a loaded live streaming service offering different tier channel offerings at different price points. TNT is included in the base “Entertainment package” as well as all higher tiers.
Best of all there’s now no annual contract and a free trial to enjoy.
Since many more 2023 NBA Playoffs games will be televised on TNT, it makes a lot of sense to signup for the trial and get all the games they televise over the next week in the trial.
Hulu + Live TV
One way to watch Game 2 between the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics of the 2023 NBA Playoffs online without cable is with Hulu + Live TV. Hulu’s Live TV channel selection includes TNT, TBS, and other channels that will televise games.
With Hulu + Live TV you’ll get 50 hours of cloud DVR storage to keep your favorite programming around for repeat viewing. That’s in addition to Hulu’s vast library of accessible content and originals.