The 2014 NBA Draft will be held on June 26th at the Barclay's Center in Brooklyn, and for those of you unable to watch on TV, we've put together this list of the best places to watch online.
Thanks to the most loaded draft class in years, there'll be lots of interest in the 2014 draft - Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker and more big names are virtual locks for future All-Star games, and a number of other intriguing prospects have the potential to join them there. The Cleveland Cavaliers own the first overall pick for the third time in four years, and they face a tough decision as they decide how they want to move their rebuilding project forward.
The official stream should be your best bet for quality and reliability, but if you aren't a cable subscriber who normally gets ESPN already, it won't do you much good.
The grandaddy of streaming sites should have a number of links to the draft lottery, but quality and reliability are not guaranteed. Don't download anything from these sites, and stream at your own risk.
TheFirstRow's #1 admirer is a great place to get similar, but sometimes different streams from the ones available on TFR. The same warnings apply, though...
This international streaming site isn't guaranteed to carry every event...but if they do, you'll be able to find detailed info about a number of different available streams (stick to the Flash ones, and once again, don't download anything).
Disclaimer: Chat Sports doesn't endorse streaming things illegally, but we aren't naive enough to pretend it doesn't happen. We think sports fans deserve to know where they can stream events without downloading all kinds of nasty viruses or trojans onto their computer, so we provide these articles - once again, don't download anything from any of these sites, and enjoy.Back to the NBA Newsfeed