Just in time for the playoffs, NBA Game Time Lite has been updated to add support for your NBA League Pass that will allow you to watch games live from your Windows Phone.
Should you not have a League Pass, NBA Game Time Lite will still bring you all the scores, highlights, schedules and standings for the 2011-2012 NBA Season. The app is nicely laid out with scores and schedules of today's games greeting you as you launch the app. Swiping to the right of the today's games listing, you can view video highlights, standings, and the "more" page that has settings, league pass sign in, links to the NBA store and more.
From list of today's games, tap on a game and you'll be able to check out the game's box score, play by play details, team stats, player stats, and a game preview. If the game is available through the League Pass, you'll have a button bar at the bottom of the box score page to launch the video. Plus the game will be highlighed on the today's game page.
There is also game alerts available through the alert button control at the bottom of the individual game screens and you can surf the calendar by tapping the little calendar button at the bottom of NBA Game Time Lite's main page.
NBA Game Time Lite is a free app for your Windows Phone and the NBA League Pass starts at $16.99. You find NBA Game Time Lite here (opens in new tab) at the Windows Phone Marketplace and information on the League Pass here at NBA.com (opens in new tab).
Thanks, Jonathan and Abisael, for the tip!
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George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.
This is the kind of stuff that will keep Windows Phone relevant. Hope we get the ESPN Watch app one day too.
Sweet! I know many people that would want this
League pass is only $16.99? The cable companies charge $149.99 for it.
Anyways good to see someone care about the platform, MLBs app is a disaster, It's more expensive then the Android one, and it doesn't even provide video streaming of the games.
Now let's all send polite emails thanking them for releasing an app with video streaming and ask if they can't make it available world wide.
let's use this email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Boo not available in Canada
Does this have live tiles?
You can't install it in Germany too...
C'mon, you accept German customers for the league pass, then let us use the app too :/
Let the Dutch people watch too man, my brother has bought the league pass but we cant watch it on our phones!!!
They don't even have basketball teams there. Why would you even want to? You must just be trolling
Everytime i try to login to league pass it says servers are unavailable
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