You can still watch Bally Sports New Orleans without the long-term commitment of cable TV.
But streaming New Orleans Pelicans and Texas Rangers games isn’t as easy as it used to be a few years ago. DIRECTV STREAM is the only option for watching Pelicans games without a cable or satellite provider.
The Choice plan, which carries 90+ channels, is $89.99 per month. DIRECTV STREAM still has one advantage over paying for DISH or Spectrum. You can subscribe month to month and cancel whenever you want.
You can sign up for a free 5-day trial without any obligations.
So if you’re looking to cut the cord, but still watch Texas Rangers games, you should consider whether its pros outweigh its cons. Subscribers can get three months of HBO Max, Cinemax, Showtime and EPIX for free before the regular rate kicks in.
What’s on Bally Sports New Orleans?
Bally Sports New Orleans is only available throughout Louisiana, East Texas, South Alabama, the Florida Panhandle and most of southern Mississippi.
Bally Sports New Orleans carries regular season games from the NBA’s New Orleans Pelicans. But the network also televises Major League Baseball games featuring the Texas Rangers.
Some games from the Dallas Stars, the NHL team, also appear on Bally Sports New Orleans and Bally Sports Southwest.
Stream Bally Sports New Orleans live on Roku, Fire TV Stick
DIRECTV STREAM works on Roku, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV devices, Apple TV, Samsung Smart TVs, smartphones and tablets.
Subscriptions run month to month so you can cancel whenever you want. You can look over the different channel lineups before deciding whether to sign up.
Why can’t I stream Bally Sports New Orleans on Hulu or YouTube TV?
There was a time when regional Bally Sports channels – under the FOX Sports brand – were available on a number of live TV streaming services. That included Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV, fuboTV and YouTube TV.
These streaming services have yet to strike a long-term agreement with Sinclair Broadcast Group since the company took ownership of 21 regional Fox Sports networks in 2019.
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