StubHub LiveHub - The best of sports streaming to raise your stay-at-home game
Staff writer - May 07, 2020

StubHub LiveHub - The best of sports streaming to raise your stay-at-home game

Updated May 7, 2020 to include 'The Last Dance', NBA Wednesday Nights and the best of sports streaming services.
Two basketball players facing off

May, the month in which we are usually settling into the MLB season and nervously following the race to the NBA and NHL playoffs. We feel you - we too are gutted by all our favorite sporting events being canceled or postponed for the foreseeable future. However, Spring is in the air and just because you can't be there in person doesn’t mean StubHub can’t help you get your sports fix from the safety of your own home.

In an effort to continue to bring the joy of sports to fans worldwide, we at StubHub are sharing the best of streaming to help you cope with staying in bounds.


If you're still mourning the race to the NBA playoffs - here's something to brighten your day. ESPN released its eagerly awaited Michael Jordan documentary "The Last Dance" extra early. The 10-part series of the untold story of Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls' dynasty began Sunday, April 19 and is thrilling audiences around the world. The premiere averaged 6.3 million viewers, easily setting a record for the network's most watched documentary ever. Check out a sneak preview here. 



If 'The Last Dance' doesn't give you your fill of NBA, each week throughout the month of April, ESPN will televise NBA doubleheaders featuring the most iconic games and legendary performances in league history. Games will air at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. ET on ESPN or stream via the ESPN App. Check out the schedule here:



Ever wondered what would happen if 30 Major League players - one from each team - played each other in an online league on “MLB The Show?” Well, now is your chance to find out. Beginning today, 30 players will put their virtual talents to the test in the first “MLB The Show” online league. The league will consist of 29 games for each player, one against each of the other participants, and will run for approximately three weeks. The top eight players will then advance to the “postseason.” You can catch this on any of the social media accounts of MLB, the clubs or the players. 



Relive all the most incredible moments from the Masters. Check it out here:



Still bummed Final Four never happened? All is not lost! Relive all the classic NCAA tourney games from the past on CBS and CBS Sports Network. Check out the upcoming schedule of games shown on CBS and available streaming here: 


NBA 2K League

Starting last Friday, the NBA 2K League is hosting The NBA 2KL Three for All Showdown, a 3-on-3 tournament that pits top fans, influencers, and top female 2K players playing in the NBA 2K20 MyPark game, against NBA 2K league teams. The first stage is over but you can catch all the action of the second stage here: 


And here are the best streaming services for sports:


The return of baseball and Opening Day might be on pause but that doesn't mean you have to live without America's favorite pastime. MLB is opening the 2018 and 2019 archives for you to relive the greatest moments in baseball. Check it out here: 



Watch as forty of the world's best sim racers go head-to-head across a 20-week schedule. Drivers race virtual replicas of NASCAR Cup Series cars on digital replicas of NASCAR's most iconic tracks, with races taking place Tuesday nights at 9pm ET on Learn more here:



With the 2019-2020 season on hiatus, the NBA has announced that its League Pass subscription service will give anyone a chance to sign up and watch all of the past games in the current 2019-2020 season for free. Now that's an offer you can't refuse. Sign up here and relive all those great moments:



Here's a little pick-me-up for all those WNBA fans out there. The WNBA is launching a 30-day free preview of WNBA League Pass that will feature games from the '19 season, including the Mystics-Sun Finals. All you need to do is sign up for an account and use promo code WNBAFREE30.

With the 2019-2020 season indefinitely 'on ice', hockey fans can still get their fix via and relive every previous game in the current season for free. All you need to do is sign up for a free NHL account at the league’s official web site and then go to the site at the link below to stream to your heart's content.



With schedule release just around the corner (fingers crossed), it's time to shift our attention back to football once again. And what better way to do so than to avail of the NFL Game Pass that the league is offering to everyone for free. You can access full broadcast replays from the 2009 season to the 2019 season, condensed games in 45 minutes, and the all-22 coaches film. Sign up here: