In September, the NBA announced that as part of their out-of-market streaming service NBA League Pass, fans would be able to buy just parts of NBA games.
Starting in December, they added the ability to buy out-of-market broadcasts at the end of the first quarter ($4.99), first half ($2.99), and third quarter ($1.99). This week they rolled out the 10-Minute Pass, which allows you to stream 10 minutes of any out-of-market game for just $0.99.
During your 10 Minute Pass, you don’t need to stick to a single telecast, as you can switch to any game currently on the air. Fans can purchase the games through B/R Live, NBA App, or NBA.com.
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You can read our full guide comparing different cord-cutting services like PlayStation Vue, fuboTV, Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV, DIRECTV NOW, Sling TV, B/R Live, and NBA League Pass.
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