2021/22 NBA League Pass: price and how to watch games
The NBA tips off on October 19 as the Milwaukee Bucks host the Brooklyn Nets. You can watch that game and every other game this season with NBA League Pass.
The new NBA season is upon us and basketball fans around the world are gearing up to watch their favorite teams embark on the reinstalled 82 game regular season. There is no better option for the die hard NBA fan that wants unlimited access to every game throughout the regular season and playoff than NBA League Pass.
The season will tip off on October 19, with a rematch of the Eastern Conference semifinals as the defending champion Milwaukee Bucks host the Brooklyn Nets. The Los Angeles Lakers and the Golden State Warriors are in the late slot on opening night to get the regular season started off with a bang.
There are a few different options for the avid hoops fan to choose from. The most basic package gives you access to eight games a month. The Eight Game Choice is the least expensive, and costs just $67.99 for the season or $11.99 a month.
There is also the option to just watch your favorite team night in and night out. This pass is called the Team Pass, and costs the same as the The Eight Game Choice. While you will be able to follow your squad throughout the whole season, there are no other games available with this pass.
The League Pass option will give you unlimited access to every game, every night of the regular season. Every game will be streamed live in HD, and some select games will be available in alternate language. Home and away team broadcast feeds will also be available, and abbreviated replays of every game will also be provided to those who pay the $16.99 a month or $149.99 up front.
League Pass Premium will give you all the benefits of the regular League Pass option, but will allow you to stream games on two different devices. This option is the most expensive, costing $20.99 a month, or $189.99 annually.
Once you subscribe to the NBA League Pass app you can stream the games on over 650 devices, including Fire TV, compatible Smart TVs, tablets and phones. All of the games will be available via subscription through the Prime Video app, and online at Amazon.com.
The unlimited League Pass option will have you court side from the opening tip off of the season until the Larry O’Brien trophy presentation come mid June.