Best pubs for NBA

We get it. Being an NBA fan in Australia is hard. How are we supposed to watch our team when they're playing at 10:30 on a Tuesday morning and you've got back to back meetings. How are you supposed to contain yourself in a quiet office when Kawahi Lenoard hits a four bounce corner three over a leaping 7'2" Joel Embiid to knock your team out of the playoffs? (I certainly did not. For the record - that was [email protected]#t) What we also know is that the best way to watch is with fellow fans, and for that, we've got you covered. Here you'll find the very best pubs to watch the biggest games with the best atmosphere. 

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It can be easy to forget at times, just how unbelievable NBA athletes are. Close to seven feet tall, strong, fast and can jump out of the gym, watching the ball really is a spectacle. Whether you're a new bandwagon Lakers fan or have been following along since Wilt's 100 point game, nothing beats the excitement of a walk-off buzzer-beater (Dame time). Bring on the superstar matchups, the one-on-one battles, and the rising rookies. Give us the super team vs the underdogs, the biggest personalities, and the best plays. 

College Lawn Hotel

College Lawn Hotel

Bourke Street Imperial

Bourke Street Imperial

One of the oldest and best sports pubs in Melbourne, the Imperial has you covered for the NBA. With loads of big screens over three levels of pub, you'll be able to see the game from any angle. For the ultimate viewing experience, head to the rooftop and watch the game on the jumbo-tron
Browns Plains Hotel

Browns Plains Hotel

South Brisbane's premier pub for watching the NBA. The BP has all the action on massive 102 inch screens, so you won't miss a single block, dunk or foul.
Kicks

Kicks

If you're in the CBD and want to catch a game of ball, this is your place. These guys have some of the best quality screens we've seen and they play with sound on.