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The first round of the NBA Playoffs is behind us, and the 2022 Western Conference Playoffs are heating up. The first seed Phoenix Suns outlasted a scrappy Pelicans team to advance to the semi-finals out West where they will face the fourth seeded Dallas Mavericks. In praising the offensive prowess of the heavily favored Suns, Mavericks head coach Jason Kidd threw some shade at the starting center of his team’s first round opponent, the Utah Jazz. The NBA Playoffs are great because the 7 game series format brings out maximum competition. As they say, familiarity breeds contempt and there is little doubt that this Phoenix vs. Dallas series will be worth watching.
The good news for cord cutters is that all of the games will air on national TV on either ESPN or TNT.
Mavs vs. Suns TV schedule, start times, and streaming info
In the easy to follow table below, we have outlined the dates, start times, channels, and relevant live TV streaming providers for each game of the 2022 Mavs vs. Suns series.
The most important channels
All of the action for Dallas vs. Phoenix playoff series will air on ESPN or TNT.
|DIRECTV STREAM||Fubo||Hulu + Live TV||Sling Orange||YouTube TV|
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Live streaming Mavs vs. Suns 2022: our top picks
Hulu + Live TV is a great choice for this live streaming this series. Not only does the platform carry ESPN and TNT, Hulu + Live TV also has ABC for watching the NBA Finals.
With the Hulu + Live TV ESPN+ bundle, sports fans will get access to MMA, over 500 college football games a season, NFL, and out-of-market MLB and NHL.
Although it doesn’t come with as many “bells and whistles,” Sling TV Orange is a great budget pick for streaming the Mavs vs. Suns series. The platform carries ESPN and TNT, and although you can’t watch ABC on Sling without an air antenna, there is a workaround through ESPN3.
Using Sling TV credentials, NBA fans can login to the watch ESPN app to watch the ABC broadcast of the NBA Finals, which is simulcast on ESPN3.
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