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3 Sporting Events You Can’t Miss Live This Weekend

Don't Miss These 3 Live Events With Slingbox

Oklahoma City Thunder v San Antonio Spurs - Game One
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The weekend is finally here! However, that may not mean rest and relaxation for everyone. If you’re going to be working this weekend or stuck at your nephew’s T-Ball tournament, make sure you don’t miss any of the sports action live with Slingbox. Put simply, there are three major events this weekend that you won’t want to watch on DVR.

3. NBA Eastern Conference Finals Game 6

Indiana Pacers v Miami Heat - Game 3
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3. NBA Eastern Conference Finals Game 6

Indiana Pacers v Miami Heat - Game 3
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After winning Game 1 and then losing three in a row to the Miami Heat, the Indiana Pacers rode Paul George to a Game 5 victory and saved their season. After the worst playoff game of his career statistically, everyone will be watching to see how LeBron James responds at home in Game 6. If you’re not in front of the TV at game time, make sure you don’t miss a minute of the action with Slingbox.

2. NHL Western Conference Finals Game 6

Chicago Blackhawks v St. Louis Blues - Game Two
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2. NHL Western Conference Finals Game 6

Chicago Blackhawks v St. Louis Blues - Game Two
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When the Chicago Blackhawks lost three games in a row to the Los Angeles Kings after winning Game 1, everyone said the same thing: “If there’s any team that can come back from a 3-1 deficit, it’s the Hawks. Well, Chicago forced Game 6 after a thrilling double-overtime win in Game 5 and you absolutely cannot miss this game live if you’re a sports fan.

1. NBA Western Conference Finals Game 6

San Antonio Spurs v Oklahoma City Thunder - Game Four
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1. NBA Western Conference Finals Game 6

San Antonio Spurs v Oklahoma City Thunder - Game Four
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After four blowout wins — the first two by the Spurs and the next two by the Thunder — Game 5 was yet another big win by the home team as the Spurs took a 3-2 series advantage. Now with a spot in the Finals on the line and their backs against a wall, the Thunder will have to bring their A-Game in what could be their last game of the season. Kevin Durant will be firing on all cylinders to keep his team alive and you won’t want to miss it.