The NBA Pistons are the pride of Detroit. The Palace of Auburn Hills is on fire each time the Pistons play. Residents of Detroit know that the red, blue, navy and white mean Detroit pride. The team has claimed multiple championships as well as division and conference titles over the years. Legendary player Isiah Thomas brought the team big success in the 1980s and 1990s.

Detroit fans prefer to join their fellow Pisons fans at The Palace to see each game. When that can’t happen, fans have found new ways to watch their favorite team. And they don’t have to get bogged down with cables and cable contracts, anymore. Instead, the internet brings the Pistons right to you with streaming technology. These new ways to see the Pistons are legal, and they help you see all the Pistons have to offer without the big cost or hassles of cable. This guide shows you how:

Watch Pistons Game Tonight on Sling TV

This cutting-edge service uses an internet connection to let you watch the best cable channels on your terms. You select from two basic service options and then choose the add-on channels you want the most. This results in a collection of channels that you choose, at a price you decide.

The entry level gives you more than twenty of the most popular channels that are otherwise available on cable. If you select the Orange package, it’s $20 per month, but Detroit Pistons fans might want to consider the Blue entry level package, too.

Depending on the package, Detroit residents can get Fox Sports Detroit as part of their entry-level service. And Fox Sports Detroit has airs every Pistons game, all year long. Talk about top coverage at a low price. The Blue package carries Fox Sports Detroit, and this package is $25 per month. If you prefer the Orange package, it comes with ESPN and TNT, so this is still a good option for sports fans, depending on what you want to see the most.

Great channels come in the base packages, including TBS, the Disney Channel, TNT and HGTV. If your package includes ESPN, you get ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN3, and you can watch these channels right on the WatchESPN App. With TNT, you get the NBA All Star game. Sling TV partners with ESPN to give you access to your ESPN channels right on the WatchESPN App. You don’t even need a second login.

If you want even more access, Sling TV give you the option to add on extra packages. Add as few or as many as you like. They’re conveniently grouped by genre. This organization system gives the consumer control over what they ultimately pay for television. Critics rate Sling TV highly for its smart channel packages and its a la carte pricing. There’s an offer of a free trial for new users, and also bonus offers for discounts or a free Roku if you sign up for a term of service of not less than three months.

Watch Pistons Game Live on DirecTV Now, PlayStation Vue and Hulu Plus

DirecTV Now, Hulu and Playstation Vue are streaming services that uses internet technology to broadcast live TV, perfect for cord cutters. For Playstation Vue customers you’ll need a Roku, Playstation 3 or Playstation 4 console, though, or one of a few other compatible devices to stream live content.

PlayStation Vue sets itself apart from Sling TV by putting many more channels in the base package. The entry level of service can give you as many as fifty channels each month, if that’s what you select. Be prepared to pay as much as $40 per month for entry-level service.

The way PlayStation Vue brings you the Pistons is with sports stations TNT and ESPN. Between these two channels alone, PlayStation Vue lets you watch more than 100 NBA games in a season. This is a great way to watch the playoffs. Sling TV is better for travelers, though, because PlayStation Vue is still developing compatibility and permissions for using the service away from the primary device.

NBA League Pass

You can also get the Pistons without streaming using NBA League Pass. This is something to consider if you want the most NBA games possible, and from teams all over the country. Scout rivals and make sure you see the teams at the top of the standings with this option.

With NBA League Pass, every single game is at your disposal. That’s more than 40 games you an watch in any given week. There are on-demand services, so you can get caught up on any games that you miss. This service doesn’t let you watch the games live during the playoffs, but they upload them shortly after the games end. In addition, they have a bunch of classic games for nostalgia’s sake.

You need to be aware of a big problem with this service, though. That problem is that you can’t use the service to watch the Detroit Pistons if you live in the Detroit area. There are service agreements that cause blackouts where the local teams play. If you’re a Detroit fan in East Michigan, this probably isn’t the best option for you.

NBA League Pass for all teams sets you back $199.99 for an entire year of games. Choose to follow only one team for an entire year for $119.99 per season. Keep in mind the blackout restriction if you’re considering this option.

Watch NBA Games Free Using an Over the Air (OTA) Antenna

The big broadcast networks want to make sure they get in on the Pistons action, too. You can get any Pistons games that air over broadcast television, right on your television. You need a television antenna to pick up these games, and you should make sure that the antenna is strong enough to pick up the games you want to watch.

ABC is one broadcast network that commits to airing NBA games each week. Use ABC’s programming guides to find games in your area. If you can’t watch the games when they air, there’s an option called DVR that lets you use a recording device to watch the game later. Different DVRs offer different features and user interfaces.

NBA League Pass International

If you use NBA League Pass International, there are no blackouts. This option is very similar to NBA League Pass, but it’s for people who live outside of the United States. The cost is on par with what you pay for the domestic service. You can get NBA League Pass in a large variety of countries around the world, including Australia and Ireland.

While the Detroit Pistons are on their way to winning another title, you can be on the way to winning with television streaming services. Cable is sitting on the sidelines while modern technologies bring you lower prices and better service. Beat the buzzer and get in on the action today.