The NBA Finals is almost over and the closer it gets to the end, the more heated up the anticipation. With Game 6 being a potential end to the series, fans should not miss the opportunity to catch the game live.

The number one source to watch the NBA Finals Game 6 between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers is through WatchESPN. Anyone from the United States can access the site.

For those who can’t access WatchESPN, Sling TV may be the next available choice. According to Gotta Be Mobile, the outlet is a live streaming service that includes channels such as ESPN, HBO and more. Regularly it costs $20 (AU $27.07) a month, however, one is allowed a seven-day free trial. If your only concern is to watch the NBA Finals Game 6, then you can check out the service with no strings attached.

Sling TV is available for iPhones, iPads, Android devices, Windows, Mac, Xbox One, Roku, Nexus Player and Amazon Fire TV. If you have any of these devices, you can check the service as early as now in time for the sixth Warriors vs Cavaliers game.

For those in the Asian region, Philippine-based ABS-CBN Sports is also providing a live stream of the game so you can check it out.

As per the possibilities of the upcoming game, anything can indeed happen. Golden State Warriors could have sealed their back-to-back championship title at Game 5, but the Cavs were determined to keep the series going and force another shot at grabbing GSW’s reign.

According to Bleacher Report, Draymond Green‘s absence at Game 5 had a major impact on the Warriors’ performance. Still, though Green is back for Game 6, Andrew Bogut’s injury could spell out another problem for the Warriors. The site states that although Bogut is not at par with Green’s versatility, he is still an “above-average rim protector.”

Hence, Bleacher Report projects that Bogut’s possible absence could be an opportunity for the Cavs to force the NBA Finals to a game 7. Still, with Green back around, the website also deduces that it will be easier for the Warriors to secure their second straight win.

Whose side are you on for this year’s NBA Finals? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!