They shoot but you score. Staying entertained while quarantined at home can be tough, but now with free trials to NBA League Pass and NFL Game Pass available, sports fans can start streaming past games, documentaries, and more using an app on your phone or tablet. You can watch using your computer too, and even some smart TVs and streaming devices can access the content.
Featuring live games in HD that you can watch on tons of devices, NBA League Pass is the ultimate way for basketball enthusiasts to ensure they can watch the latest games no matter where they are. Unfortunately you won't be able to watch any live games this season as they've all been postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus outbreak, though there's plenty of content that's been previously made available to watch. The service is regularly $28.99 monthly, or $169 per year, but right now you can click on a game you'd like to watch and then select 'Watch Free Preview' to get a free account and gain access to the service without paying a cent.
NBA League Pass has an app that you can access on tons of devices, from smart TVs to iOS and Android smartphones to tablets, the Amazon Fire TV Stick, Roku devices, gaming consoles, and more. That means you'll be able to watch anywhere you go. It even has apps on VR platforms like Oculus Rift and Google Daydream.
Meanwhile, to score free access to NFL Game Pass, you'll want to head to its homepage and click the blue 'Complimentary Access' button. That guides you to sign in or create a free account so you can begin watching.
With NFL Game Pass, you can watch condensed games in just 45 minutes, check out live audio feeds while you're on the go, and access the NFL Originals archive featuring previous seasons of shows like Hard Knocks, A Football Life, and Mic'd Up. Best of all, it's all available on the NFL Game Pass app which can be downloaded to a myriad of devices like smart TVs, tablets, and smartphones.
Free access to NBA League Pass is available through April 22, while NFL Game Pass is keeping access open through May 31 of this year.
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