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Old 10-14-2013, 11:11 PM   #1
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Default Blackout rules with NBA broadband

I'm seriously considering the deal. It's 5 teams for $129.99. The set back with this is you don't get the watch every game. There's blackout rules where you can't really watch games when it's broadcast in your local area.

I just want to know. I live in Manhattan, NY, will I be able to watch the Nets games??? This is the deciding factor. Anyone knows please let me know. Thanks.

I already know i can't watch Knicks games.
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Old 10-14-2013, 11:16 PM   #2
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there was a thread on this yesterday. its 90 bucks for a whole year, every game, no black outs. the only gamble is that you dont know if the nba will try to shut it down or not.

i had league pass last year, all teams. the quality of the games on my roku werent always the greatest. so this might be the better choice. not to mentions for 40 bucks less, youre getting every team, as opposed to 5.
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there was a thread on this yesterday. its 90 bucks for a whole year, every game, no black outs. the only gamble is that you dont know if the nba will try to shut it down or not.

i had league pass last year, all teams. the quality of the games on my roku werent always the greatest. so this might be the better choice. not to mentions for 40 bucks less, youre getting every team, as opposed to 5.
if you do use it can you check out my referral link?
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