NBA viewers interested in watching out-of-market games that aren't on ESPN, TNT, or other nationally televised broadcast channels will be able to do so starting next season. It will cost $6.99 per streamed game, so it's not likely to be a service for casual NBA fans.
Anyone interested in the a la carte option can stream selected games to a PC, mobile device, or purchase games to watch through your cable provider.
If you're not ready for the $200 League Pass, which provides all out-of-market games, and you don't want to pay $6.99 each, you can pay $120 for all out-of-market games for a single team.
There is no telling how popular this service will be to NBA viewers, but shows increasing flexibility to cater towards viewers - and provide an additional stream of revenue.
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