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You Can Now Stream Out-of-Market NBA Games Starting at Just $0.99

Group of young people watching soccer matchThis year, the NBA rolled out several aggressive options to watch the fourth quarter of any game for a low one-time price. Now they are allowing you to watch 10 minutes of any NBA game for just $0.99.

For $0.99 you can watch any out-of-market NBA game happening. That means if you hear there is a big upset in the works you can watch it for just $0.99 instead of having to sign up for a full NBA League Pass membership.

“We’re committed to providing choices within our NBA League Pass product, and this new feature offers even more options for our passionate fans,” said Mark Johnson, SVP/GM Digital, Turner Sports in a statement. “With the launch of this 10-Minute Pass, fans can watch live NBA games on their time. We’re excited to partner with the NBA as the first major sports league to open up this live digital opportunity.”

You can also watch the third quarter for $1.99, the second quarter for $2.99, and first quarter for$4.99. This makes the NBA one of the most flexible major sports networks in the United States. Hopefully, other sports follow the NBA’s lead into cheaper streaming options.

Source: MultiChannel

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