NBA League Pass To Offer Single-Game Pay-Per-View, Team Passes

Cord cutters are in for a treat.

The NBA announced Wednesday it will provide fans with the chance to buy any out-of-market games — as long as they aren’t nationally televised — for $6.99 this season.

Fans can stream the games on computers, tablets and mobile devices, according to ESPN. However, it’s not known which distributors will offer the games on television.

That isn’t the only new feature the NBA is offering through its League Pass next season, though. Out-of-market fans can also buy a team pass, which allows them to watch all of their favorite squad’s games for $119.99.

If you want to stick with the traditional League Pass instead, you can still do so for $199.99. But, as ESPN noted, NBA commissioner Adam Silver recently said “most people don’t want to consume that many games.”

So if you are one of those people, you’re in luck with these two new ways to watch NBA games.

Thumbnail photo via Brad Penner/USA TODAY Sports Images

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