Networks and Channels Streaming the Magic in 2017

The Orlando Magic is a famous, well known American, professional, all-star basketball team based out of the city of Orlando, Florida.  The Orlando Magic competes in the NBA, the highest level of pro basketball, as a part of the league’s Eastern Conference Southeast Division along with Atlanta, Washington, Miami, and Charlotte.  The franchise was first established in 1989 as an expansion franchise, so the team is still to this day pretty young.  Certain notable NBA stars as Shaquille O’Neal, Penny Hardaway, Patrick Ewing, Grant Hill, Tracy McGrady, Steve Francis, Dwight Howard, Vince Carter, and Rashard Lewis have all played for the team throughout its young history, boosting the team up and giving it much better statistics than young teams generally speaking have.  Another notable thing about this team is that the Orlando Magic has also played in the NBA playoffs for more than half of its entire existence (14 playoff appearances in only 27 years), and twice went to the NBA Finals, in 1995 and in 2009.  The Orlando Magic has continued to surprise us, and they’ve built a strong following as a result.

Streaming
Service
# of Magic Games Monthly Cost Free Trial HD Stream Cable Required iOS App Android App
ALL Magic Games Live! No Standalone App Option Yes, with Sling/DTVN Yes Not with Sling/DTVN  No No
sling_television ALL Magic Games Live! Starting @ $20 Watch 7 Days Free Yes No Yes Yes
espn-streaming-nfl ESPN 1 & 2
Various Featured Games
No Standalone App Option Yes, with Sling/DTVN Yes Yes Yes Yes
DTV-Now ALL Magic Games Live! Starting @ $35 Watch 7 Days Free Yes No Yes Yes
Various Featured Games Free,
Restricted
Yes, with Sling/DTVN Yes Antenna Yes Yes
Various Featured Games No Standalone App Option Yes, with Sling/DTVN Yes Yes Yes Yes
Various Featured Games No Standalone App Option Yes, with Sling/DTVN Yes Yes No No

Watching the Orlando Magic on Local, Cable Television

The Orlando Magic is partnered with both Sun Sports and FOX Sports Florida for the exclusive regional television rights to the team.  What does this mean for local fans?  It means that without a doubt Sun Sports and FOX Sports Florida are the best networks by far for watching the Orlando Magic play.  As an added bonus of watching the games on the official, local networks, one also gets to see the live action commentary, the sideline analysis, and the sideline and on the court interviewing too, not to mention pre game predictions and post-game recaps too.

Using Sling TV and DIRECTV NOW as Alternatives to Cable TV for Magic Games

For those who do not want to buy a pricey cable subscription just to watch the Orlando Magic play their games, there are online, streaming alternatives like Sling TV and DIRECTV NOW.  These sites offer HD quality, real time streaming of almost all NBA teams and games.  These sites are more affordable than cable too, with twenty dollars a month for Sling TV and thirty-five dollars a month for cable.

Sling starts at just $20 per month while DIRECTV NOW’s smallest package is $35 and both include ALL Magic games. Give one of them a try today:

Sling (7 Days Free) DIRECTV NOW (7 Days Free)
 Try Sling TV Try DIRECTV NOW

Watching Primetime, Showcase & Playoff Magic Games Online

Want to catch the primetime, showcase, and playoff games for the Orlando Magic?  They are on ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, TNT and NBA TV.