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Catch LeBron vs. Giannis LIVE! Stream the 2024 NBA All-Star Game (Cable Not Required)

Your favorite NBA stars are under one roof as Indianapolis hosts the 2024 NBA All-Star Game on TNT.

You can watch the 2024 NBA All-Star Game on TNT this Sunday, February 18. While TNT is available through most TV providers, the event will also stream on Max’s B/R Sports Add-On for as low as $9.99 a month.

This year’s game marks the NBA’s 73rd all-star showcase, highlighting some of the season’s top players. But it’s not the only marquee NBA event taking place in February. NBA All-Star Weekend comes packed with activities centered around all things basketball.

Keep scrolling for a complete rundown of the NBA All-Star Game—including the 2024 NBA All-Star Weekend schedule. Sports logo featuring animated athlete with raised hands.

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What channel has the 2024 NBA All-Star Game?

The 2024 NBA All-Star Game will air on TNT, TBS, and B/R Sports on Max in the U.S. truTV will also present an alternate broadcast featuring Taylor Rooks, Draymond Green, Charles Barkley, and Jamal Crawford.

You’ll need a cable, satellite, or live TV streaming service subscription to get TNT Sports channels. We highlight several popular providers that carry TNT in our Best All-Star Game TV plans section below.

Pro tip: U.S. and Canada-based viewers using NBA League Pass won’t be able to watch the All-Star Game live through the service. Instead, you’ll need a separate TV plan to access TNT—or TSN if you’re in Canada.

NBA All-Star Weekend schedule

This season, NBA All-Star Weekend runs from Friday, February 16, to Sunday, February 18, 2024. While the NBA All-Star Game will air on TNT, other NBA All-Star Weekend events will appear on ESPN and NBA TV.

Event Date Time (ET) Location Channels
Rising Stars Practice Friday, February 16 11:00 a.m. Gainbridge Fieldhouse NBA TV
Basketball Hall of Fame News Conference Friday, February 16 5:30 p.m. NBA TV
NBA All-Star Celebrity Game Friday, February 16 7:00 p.m. Lucas Oil Stadium ESPN
NBA Rising Stars Game Friday, February 16 9:00 p.m. Gainbridge Fieldhouse TNT, truTV
NBA All-Star Practice Saturday, February 17 11:00 a.m. Gainbridge Fieldhouse NBA TV
NBA HBCU Classic Saturday, February 17 2:00 p.m. Gainbridge Fieldhouse TNT, NBA TV, ESPN2
Commissioner Adam Silver News Conference Saturday, February 17 7:00 p.m. NBA TV
All-Star Saturday Night Saturday, February 17 8:00 p.m. Lucas Oil Stadium TNT, truTV*
NBA Legends Awards Sunday, February 18 11:30 a.m. NBA TV
NBA G League Next Up Game Sunday, February 18 1:30 p.m. Indiana Convention Center, YouTube
NBA All-Star Game Sunday, February 18 8:00 p.m. Gainbridge Fieldhouse TNT, TBS, truTV*

Data effective as of post date.


Best NBA All-Star Game TV plans

If you already have a cable, satellite, or live TV streaming service, your TV plan may already include TNT. But for those without an existing TV subscription, we recommend signing up for Sling TV to get every All-Star Weekend channel.

Starting at $40 a month, Sling TV offers the best value for watching the NBA, and that’s no different for the NBA All-Star Game. It’s an inexpensive live TV streaming service, and TNT is included in every plan. You can also get ESPN channels if you choose the Sling Orange plan ($40 a month) or the Sling Orange + Blue plan ($55 a month). There’s also the Sports Extra add-on for $11 a month, which gets you NBA TV alongside several college conference networks.

Max’s B/R Sports Add-On is an excellent alternative if you’re not willing to commit to a full-blown TV plan for a single game. All Max plans (starting at $9.99 a month) include the add-on at no extra cost for a limited time. Otherwise, we outline some free viewing options further down.

Which TV providers show the NBA All-Star Game?

Most providers offer TNT, NBA TV, and ESPN for hoop-to-hoop NBA All-Star Weekend coverage. The main exceptions are Fubo and Vidgo, which don’t carry any TNT Sports channels.

The table below illustrates which popular TV providers carry the three channels.

Provider Price TNT NBA TV ESPN Details
Cox $61.00–$152.00/mo.
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DIRECTV $69.99–$159.99/mo. View plans

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DIRECTV STREAM $69.99–$159.99/mo. View plans

DISH $84.99–$114.99/mo. View plans

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Fubo $32.99–$99.99/mo. View plans

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Hulu + Live TV $76.99–$89.99/mo. View plans

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Optimum $35.00–$125.00/mo. View plans

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Philo $28.00/mo. View plans

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Sling TV $40.00–$55.00/mo. View plans

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Spectrum $39.99–$74.99/mo. View plans

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Verizon Fios $85.00–$129.00/mo. View plans

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Vidgo $69.99–$99.99/mo. View plans

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Xfinity $20.00–$80.00/mo.
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YouTube TV $72.99/mo. View plans

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How to watch the NBA All-Star Game for free

Sadly, there’s no way to access TNT to watch the NBA All-Star Game without signing up for a TV plan. But some live TV streaming services offer free trials, so you can get the NBA All-Star Game and other All-Star Weekend coverage without paying a monthly fee. Usually, DIRECTV STREAM and YouTube TV provide free trials that you can take advantage of.

If you go this route, just remember to cancel your subscription before the end of your trial period to avoid paying for the next month. Also, most free trials only apply to new subscribers. If you signed up for the service before, you’d need to use a different email address and payment method.

What is the NBA All-Star Game?

The NBA All-Star Game is an annual exhibition game that began in 1951. While its format has changed over the years, the game’s original intent remains the same: to see the league’s best players compete against each other regardless of team affiliation.

Like in MLB and the NHL, All-Star Game rosters are decided based on a voting process. Fans, media members, current players, and current head coaches vote for players in specific positions. Ultimately, 12 players from each conference are selected.

The player with the most votes from each conference becomes the team captain. Then, the other 11 players from each conference enter the NBA All-Star Draft, where the two captains select their teammates. It’s a lot like playing basketball during recess, but only if your team had a combined net worth in the billions.

While the game doesn’t impact player statistics, money is donated to the chosen charity of each team based on which team leads each quarter and which team wins the game.

How to watch the NBA All-Star Game FAQ

Where is the 2024 NBA All-Star Game?

The 2024 NBA All-Star Game will occur at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana, on Sunday, February 18. Hosted by the Indiana Pacers, it’s the second All-Star Game to happen in Indianapolis after the Hoosier Dome held the 1985 edition.

Where can I watch the NBA All-Star Game online?

You can stream the NBA All-Star Game on TNT by signing into TNT’s website or app with an existing TV provider login. You can also stream the game through Max or a live TV streaming service like Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV.

How can I watch the NBA All-Star Game for free?

One of the only ways to watch the NBA All-Star Game for free is to sign up for a free trial of a live TV streaming service that offers TNT. DIRECTV STREAM and YouTube TV currently offer free trials that’ll get you TNT.

Is the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game on TV?

Yes, ESPN will air the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game at 7:00 p.m. ET on Friday, February 16. Stephen A. Smith and Shannon Sharpe will coach the celebrity teams—featuring a mix of athletes, actors, musicians, and TV personalities.


In this article, our basketball experts researched the best ways to watch the NBA All-Star Game and other NBA All-Star Weekend events. Because the All-Star Game is only available on pay television networks, we primarily compared services based on price and availability.

Check out our How We Rank page to learn more about our methods.

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