The year is 2023, and every Las Vegas sports fan is probably wondering where to catch their favorite team. That’s why we wanted to bring you this guide. Join Vegas411 as we break down your options.
It’s time for Las Vegas’ first championship team to do battle again. Several storylines are unfolding, including an investigation and the addition of Candance Parker. There’s also Becky Hammon, who might not be the Aces’ coach much longer.
It’s just a lot to unpack. For those wondering how to watch the action, the first game will be broadcast live on ESPN. The rest of the schedule will vary by location. Check it out here.
The NASCAR Cup Series season is in full swing, and there is a lot of action to catch before the finale at Phoenix in November. Las Vegas native Kyle Busch has already captured two victories this season, guaranteeing him a spot in the postseason. There is also Noah Gragson, another Vegas native who is at the dawn of his career and has much to prove.
Fortunately for fans wanting to get in on the high-stakes racing, NASCAR offers a variety of ways to do so. The first part of the season is still being broadcast by Fox until June and will be on NBC until the finale in November. Fans can also catch the action on the Motor Racing Network and NASCAR Scanner.
If you’d rather stream, look into Sling TV, Fubo TV, The Peacock Network, and Hulu Live TV. Check out the complete list here.
Time is running out to catch the 2023 Las Vegas Golden Knights and watch them possibly with the championship.
While the Golden Knights fan base is obviously hyped for the opportunity to win it all, there are still quite a few things standing in their way. The only question is, will you be watching? Check out a full list of places to catch the remaining action here.
The Las Vegas Raiders will be a team to watch in 2023, and there are many reasons behind that. The first is the acquisition of former San Francisco 49ers’ quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. This marks the first season in Las Vegas without Derek Carr under center, and it will be interesting to see.
Fans can watch the Raiders on a variety of platforms across the web, giving every fan a chance to catch this must-see season. Find the full list here. You can of course also find the Raiders on NFL Network, Redzone, and Sunday Ticket.
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