Sling TV to Offer Free Preview of NBA League Pass Through October 26
If you haven’t tried Sling TV before, you can get your first month of Sling Orange, which includes ESPN, TNT, and ESPN3 (for NBA on ABC games) for for just $10 for your first month. You can also also add their Sports Extra Pack, which adds NBA TV for just $11 a month.
After the free preview, you can choose between Team Pass ($17.99 a month) or League Pass ($28.99 a month), which offer either a single or every NBA team. While NBA League Pass doesn’t normally offer games that are on ESPN and TNT, you would still be able to stream those as part of your Sling Orange plan.
What’s The Difference Between NBA League Pass Plans?
Team Pass includes live and on-demand HD telecasts of a single team, while League Pass includes every team. With all plans, you can choose the home and away feed.
After the game, you will have access to full-length and 10-min condensed replays. For those games that are blacked out, you will get on-demand access 3 days after the broadcast.
For fans of the NBA, the various League Pass services offer the opportunity to follow one team or the entire league with every game (blackout restrictions apply). Prices and features vary greatly, depending on what you’d like to watch.
Subscriptions include Home and Away broadcasts, Mobile View, plus additional languages and camera angles. You’ll also get in-stream advanced statistics so you can check the box score and get live stats on players and teams without ever leaving the stream.
The NBA offers three plans: “Team Pass” (US$17.99) provides great options if you only want to follow a single team.
“League Pass” (US$28.99) lets you see every game across the entire league.
The “League Pass Premium” (US$39.99) plan provides the option to watch on 2 devices without commercials.
NBA League Pass is also available as an Amazon Prime Video channel.