10-29-2007 04:54:09 PM
popcorn wrote:Please tell me that pro baskrtball is on the way? NBA TV AND NBA LEAGUE PASS:
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Message Edited by scorpia on 11-10-2007 08:57 PM
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Message Edited by Pip on 11-11-2007 07:47 AM
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Message Edited by djyoung71 on 11-12-2007 08:25 AM
11-12-2007 08:41:15 AM
scorpia wrote:... I HAVE THE SPORTS PKG AND THE YES CHANNEL BLOCKED OUT THE NETS VS. CELTICS GAME? I LIVE IN HOUSTON,TX ...
MLB is different. You'll get most Yankees games on YES, like you get the Braves on TBS or the Chicago teams on WGN. MLB allows that kind of thing. But the NBA does not. There are no NBA home-team national broadcasts -- that's what League Pass is for, and it's incredibly lame that AT&T hasn't been able work out deals for it and Center Ice for this season.
11-12-2007 08:47:22 AM
Reason to hope?
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hogrunr wrote:Sorry I was referring that to your first post on this page, maybe I just read it wrong though.
Yeah, it's not very clear. By "home-team ... broadcast" I meant the kind of thing you get via League Pass if you're (correctly) blacked out on FSN or YES or whatever.
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If you currently have digital cable, you can order NBA LEAGUE PASS simply by calling your provider. If you have digital cable, but are unsure of the provider and would like to subscribe, call 888-SPORTS-iN.
If you are a DIRECTV customer call 1-800 DIRECTV.
If you are DISH Network customer call 1-800-333-DISH.
*The following digital cable providers offer NBA LEAGUE PASS: Bresnan Communications, Bright House Networks, Cablevision Systems, Comcast, Cox, Grande Communications, Independent, Liberty Cablevision of P.R., Metrocast, Mid-Continent, Pencor Services, Qwest Choice TV & Online, Service Electric, Starstream Communications, Time Warner, and Toledo-Blade
12-03-2007 11:00:42 AM
I currently have Time warner Cable, but am thinking to switching to U-verse. However, as a lover of basketball (and, living near San Antonio, the Spurs), I don't want to lose my NBA League Pass.
12-04-2007 12:02:27 PM
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so maybe AT&T doesn't meet their criteria.
Maybe the NBA makes cable providers pay a fee also for having the ability to offer it. I'm sure there is a reason.
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