The Golden State Warriors and the Oklahoma City Thunder will meet for game one of the NBA's Western Conference Finals on Monday evening.
Beginning at 9 p.m. ET, the teams will square off at the Oracle Arena in Oakland for the best-of-seven series that determines who will go on to face either the Toronto Raptors or the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals.
Steph Curry returned from injury in the previous round to lift the single-season wins record-holding Warriors over the Portland Trail Blazers in five games, and will look to continue his team's mammoth run at their second consecutive championship. Meanwhile, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook led the Thunder to a huge upset 4-2 series victory over the heavily favorited San Antonio Spurs.
For those with cable television, all of the games in this series will air on TNT. But for those without a television, the options for legal live-streaming are much more limited.
Due to national broadcast restrictions, live video will not be available for subscribers of NBA League Pass, though the service will offer free audio streaming of every game.
TNT, however, will also broadcast the game online here, but it requires authentification of a cable subscription for streaming access.