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NBA League Pass should be a Prerequisite of any Diehard Pro Basketball Fan

October 18, 2008 by AlexV 

 

NBA League Pass is a bargain at $180.00 for an entire season of 2,460 games.

NBA League Pass is a bargain at $180.00 for an entire season of 2,460 games.

 I don’t work for the NBA. I work for the SportsRoids authority of America in my spare time. But I must say that the NBA League Pass is something that diehard NBA fans should get. And I’m not talking about diehard fans of one team. I’m talking those who follow all the team’s records throughout the season, and who like to watch games because of the talent and action.

If you multiply the 82 games that each team plays each season by the 30 teams there are in the league you get a total of 2,460 games. It seems almost unbelievable! I have enjoyed watching great NBA basketball the past two years as a League Pass owner for various reasons.

The NBA likes to nationally televise the games between the contenders, but there are plenty other teams out there with start talent and superstars that aren’t being given face time. There are also a lot of young teams that have promising talent and fans cannot see them grow because they haven’t reached their potential yet and the NBA schedulers won’t “recognize” them.

I’m telling you, get NBA league pass. You get a whole lot of bang for your buck, and the games between underdogs and contenders are typically more competitive than if they met in a best of seven series. It is just a suggestion. 

 

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