League pass (lower price), archives, and more content


The NBA announces the launch of its brand new application with the objective of an all-in-one solution for fans, including the integration of League Pass and NBA TV.

« The launch of our new NBA app and digital platform is an important step in building and strengthening our direct-to-consumer service offering, » said Chris Benyarko, NBA Executive Vice President, Direct-to-Consumer. We’re excited to deliver a reimagined product that will enhance and personalize the way NBA fans engage with the league every day. »

The NBA announces exclusive content from every NBA game and videos in vertical format to facilitate sharing on social networks. Plus, unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to players and teams, new series and shows keeping existing ones, and free access to the NBA archives.

The league’s subscription offerings – NBA League Pass and NBA TV – will be integrated into the NBA App, allowing live game viewing, highlights, scores, stats and standings, all at one place. For NBA League Pass subscribers, the NBA promises live streams will deliver better video quality, lower streaming latency, and an optimized user experience for consuming live NBA content.

League Pass prices have been lowered for France: for a limited time, the standard package is now available for 17.99 euros per month (119.99 euros for the full season) and the premium package for 23, 99 euros per month (149.99 euros for the full season). Subscribers will automatically receive the NBA TV direct offer as part of the new package.

Here are the details :

Live programming and social media content:

  • Gameday Experience – Fans will be immersed in game day content throughout the day and, for the first time, will have live access to all NBA pre and post game press conferences and « media days » of each major event. Additionally, members NBA ID will have access to the teams’ pre-match broadcasts for the matches of the NBA League Pass.
  • Lifestyle – Series of content in social media format covering lifestyle, culture, fashion, music and more around basketball. Also off the pitch, with NBA Kicks, NBA Fits, Jersey Drop, Ride Along, Celebrity Row and NBA Ink.
  • Crunch Time – A free weekly show that takes fans live to crucial moments in every game and provides real-time updates and analysis, produced by NBA-TV and animated by Jared Greenberg.
  • NBABet stream – A weekly stream produced by NBA-TV with the sports betting expert Tim Doyleand a panel of contributors to provide the latest sports betting information during live match broadcasts.
  • NBA League Pass Live Programming – In addition to the programming of NBA-TV 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and live matches, subscribers to the NBA League Pass will have access to expanded options for personalized viewing experiences through a wide variety of alternative options, including additional camera angles, sports betting-focused news, driven by influencers and analytics, and foreign language translations with commentary in three languages ​​(Spanish, Portuguese and Korean).  » NBA HooperVision returns for its second season featuring former NBA players and hosts, nate robinson and Quentin Richardson

External contributors:

  • Direct access to teams – Behind-the-scenes stories shared by NBA teams
  • Partner Content – Content produced by popular basketball and sports creators including Turner Sportswith content from the hosts of “Inside the NBA”, Grant Hill and Greg Anthonyas well as FanDuel, DraftKings, ActionNetwork, Bleacher Report and more.
  • Influencers – Content created by popular influencers, including Ben Taylor, Jesser, Kris London, Lethal Shooter, Devin Williams, Tristan Jass and others, focusing on NBA fashion, lifestyle and culture on and off the court.

Exclusive original programming:

  • Gold-Blooded – A new seven-part documentary series telling the story of the Golden State Warriors’ journey to the 2022 NBA Championship. Presented by Andre Iguodalathe series features never-before-seen footage and new interviews with the team’s executives and players, including Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green. The first episode is available today on the NBA App.
  • Pass the Rock – Fans will get an exclusive look at the next generation of league stars and their lives on and off the pitch throughout the 2022-23 season. The multi-part series is set to begin in late November.
  • Inside the App – An exclusive weekly TNT “Inside the NBA” team show that will highlight the hottest storylines and the latest current events in the league.
  • NBA Real Training Camp – with the philadelphia 76ers (October 29) and the Dallas Mavericks (October 30) – A special program produced by NBA-TV during the opening week of the season, with an exclusive look at team training and interviews with players, coaches and sporting directors.

NBA Vault:

  • Archived Games – Fans will have access to archival footage from the NBA Vault, including 500 of the best classic games in NBA history. All NBA Finals games since the 2000s will also be available, and more Finals and historic games will be shown throughout the season.
  • Archived Games – Open access documentaries and series from the NBA Entertainment archives will be available on demand, including “Dream Team”, “The Doctor”, “Wilt 100”, “The Association”, “Unscripted”, “Inside Stuff” and many others.

An opening to the international:

  • NBA’s International GamesNBA App will be the favorite destination for fans to follow the NBA Japan Games 2022 Presented by Rakuten & Nissan (Golden State Warriors vs Washington Wizards on Friday, September 30 at 12:00 p.m. CET and Sunday, October 2 at 7:00 a.m. CET) and the NBA Abu Dhabi Games 2022 (Milwaukee Bucks vs Atlanta Hawks on Thursday, October 6 at noon ET and Saturday, October 8 at noon ET).
  • Hoop Cities – An eight-part documentary series, produced by the NBA’s Europe and Middle East team, that explores local culture, history and basketball communities in major European cities. Launch on NBA League Pass on September 29 with the first three episodes: Belgrade (Serbia), Bologna (Italy) and Paris (France), the other five episodes will be broadcast weekly, notably in Kaunas (Lithuania) on October 6, in Cologne and Leverkusen (Germany) on October 13, in Seville (Spain) on October 20, in Istanbul (Turkey) on October 27 and in Thessaloniki (Greece) on November 3.

Additional content sets and other enhanced features on the NBA App will be announced throughout the season.



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