SnotapWI’s Tips For Streaming The Bucks At Work
Milwaukee Bucks are getting ready to tip-off in less than 30 minutes. For some of you, this is a true bummer. You’re at the office working or working in a place that doesn’t do work from home. How do you watch the team you love so much? Radio doesn’t make easy unless you have an actual radio that is allowed to be used (Useful for a job site). So how do you stream the game at work? Here are different tips and tricks that I’ve learned throughout my years of wanting to watch sports as a compliment to my day-to-day work.
- If your office WiFi is slow, don’t put the game on your computer or your phone’s WiFi – This is the biggest tip I could offer you. If your office’s WiFi kicks ass and not too many people use it, you’re in the clear. If it’s shotty and used by a ton of people, it’s useless. Also, they could block streaming services as well.
- TNT has a garbage app – Do not bother trying to stream things off TNT’s app. They play one game during the week on TNT and the other on ESPN and NBATV. ESPN is great for streaming but that game is on at five so unless you’re second shift, this game will be viewable. Don’t try to use TNT today as an option.
- Get a friend who has YouTubeTV – I have YouTubeTV and made the switch a while ago from cable. Their phone app is fucking fantastic. They have all the channels you need, it comes in clear and very easy to watch. Borrow it from a friend or you could download it for five days free.
- Bring a tablet to work – Another good idea is to bring a tablet. That way you can save on your phone’s battery and not have your phone be out of commission for the entire day. Tablet with YouTubeTV on it will make you feel like you’re at home even though in the office.
- There are radio apps available – If watching is too distracting, you could use the TuneIn or SiriusXM app for free. TuneIn is free for 30 days, and Sirius you can usually get a sweetheart deal. Sirus’ app is on TNT’s level so proceed with caution, but from my one time using TuneIn, it’s pretty good.
Hope that helps, Bucks fans!