Basketball Live Stream

Basketball Live Stream

Basketball Live Stream

 

If you love team sports, you love basketball. It's as simple as that. The intensity and high emotions that accompany each game make basketball unique. Unfortunately, because of the pandemic, we can't support our favorite teams in the arenas.

 

Nevertheless, there are still plenty of great ways to watch live basketball. And frankly, the best way is streaming. Unfortunately, live streams tend to be unreliable or low-quality. Often, finding the right site takes ages, and by the time you finally turn on your stream, the game is halfway through.

 

If you find it annoying and want to watch basketball or any other sport online, without any disruptions, you've come to the right place. On Joker Live Stream, we perfectly understand how the sports stream industry works.

 

Using our site, you'll be able to watch any sporting event you want, anytime, anywhere, and on any device you like. All you have to do is set up an account, choose the subscription option that suits you best, and enjoy reliable, top-quality streams.

 

We cover everything from the NFL, NHL, and NBA, to the Champions League and Formula One World Championship. What's more, our app works on any device you use, including gaming consoles.

 

With Joker Live Stream, streaming sports has never been easier. Set up an account and check out yourself. The world of sports is here for the taking. All you need to do is embrace it.

 

How to Live Stream Basketball

 

Streaming basketball via our site is incredibly easy. Once you set up your account and pick the right subscription, you simply have to click the toolbar's right category and choose the game you want to watch.

 

Once you select the event, you'll see the list of available streams. Click on any link you like, and enjoy the live basketball broadcast. All in high definition and from a reliable source. You can even share your thoughts on the game with the rest of the Joker community.

 

Our chat allows you to connect with thousands of other users who've chosen Joker Live Streams as their source of sports streaming.

 

Competitions to Watch

 

Joker Live Stream's wide variety of competitions allows you to quickly and comfortably switch between the events you want to watch. When it comes to basketball, obviously, the most popular league worldwide is the NBA. But many other competitions deserve your attention.

 

Our site gives you instant access to every popular basketball event. We've got streams for the NBA, ACB, The Euro League, BSL, and many others. But what are the must-watch competitions? More on that below.

 

NBA

 

The National Basketball Association (NBA) is the most famous basketball league in the world. Every year, millions of fans in the US alone watch the fierce fight between 30 teams, who compete against each other for the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy.

 

But the NBA is much more than just an American basketball league. It's the whole franchise with annual global revenue of 8.76 billion dollars (2019). The NBA is considered the essence of the sport, and it's welcomed the best players throughout its history.

 

Amongst the most famous names are LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Magic Johnson, Charles Barkley, Shaquille O'Neal, or the great Michael Jordan.

 

ACB

 

The Liga ACB, also known as Liga Endesa, is the Spanish basketball league, which at the same time, is probably the best basketball national league in Europe. Eighteen teams compete for the championship, whereas two last face the relegation to the lower division called LEB Oro.

 

The most decorated club in Barcelona with 15 titles, followed closely by Real Madrid, won the competition 13 times. The list of most famous players of all time includes such names as Albert Herreros, Brian Jackson, Felipe Reyes, or Jordi Villacampa.

 

The EuroLeague

 

The EuroLeague is the most famous basketball competition in the Old Continent. Like football's Champions League, the tournament is played by the best teams of particular European leagues. Every year, it attracts millions of viewers and has the highest average indoor sports attendance outside the USA.

 

The unquestionable kings of the competition are Real Madrid. The Spanish team has lifted the trophy ten times, whereas the second on the list, CSKA Moscow, has eight titles. The EuroLeague is the closest thing to the NBA in terms of competition's level.

 

NBA Facts and Stats

 

The NBA is not just the basketball league. It is basketball. Without the American competition, the sport would've never gained the number of die-hard fans it has now. In fact, the NBA is the third richest professional sports league after the NFL and NBL, and each game attracts millions of viewers worldwide.

 

Currently, the NBA consists of 30 teams. Twenty-nine from the USA and one from Canada. They're divided into two conferences - Eastern and Western, which are split into three separate divisions.

 

The regular season usually starts in October, during which each team plays 82 games. The regular season ends in April, and the top eight teams of each conference face each other in the playoffs. On the contrary to the regular season, NBA playoffs are held in a tournament fashion.

 

The season culminates in June, with the Conference winners facing each other in a best-of-seven series.

 

NBA Interesting Statistics

 

1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is the all time leading scoring leader, with a total of 38,387 points scored.

 

2. Shaquile O'Neal scored only one three-point shot throughout his entire NBA career.

 

3. The LA Lakers and the Boston Celtics have won the most NBA championship in history, with 17 titles each. They're followed by the Chicago Bulls and the Golden State Warriors with six championships.

 

4. The shortest player in the NBA's history is Muggsy Bogues (5'3'' ), whereas the tallest is Manute Boll (7'7''). What's interesting, both gentlemen played together in one team. In the season 86/87, they represented Washington Bullets.

 

5. The 2020/21 NBA season was the longest in the league's history. It lasted 355 days, starting October 22, 2019, and ending October 12, 2020. All because of the coronavirus pandemic, which forced the league to suspend the season for four months.