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By Michael Scott-WoodsA big chunk of this year’s NBA action was broadcast live on ESPN2, with many fans tuning in to see their favorite teams in action.
For many, that meant going to an arena in the hopes of seeing their favorite team in action on television.
With the NBA finals set to start this week, the broadcast schedule of the games has changed dramatically.
As of Wednesday, the league announced that it will be allowing the NBA to televise its championship games live, allowing fans to watch in real time.
The NBA’s new streaming service, which is now available for the iPhone, iPad, and Android, allows fans to stream the games directly on their devices, with ESPN streaming being available to stream to multiple devices simultaneously.
With this new service, ESPN has now officially made its first major foray into live streaming.
While it will only be available to select users on mobile devices, it should provide fans with a more immersive experience for viewing the games in person.
The first season of the NBA’s live streaming service will be available in the US and Canada on July 30.
This means that fans can tune in to watch the games live at the best possible times.
There are no guarantees, however, that the NBA will make the live streaming available for all the NBA games, or that it’ll even be able to stream them live at all.
With a number of factors in play, it’s unclear if the NBA is even ready to make live streaming a viable option for the league.
The company has reportedly not been able to secure rights to stream games on a live basis in the past, and it’s possible that the live stream will not be available for everyone.
For example, the NBA has yet to secure a deal with ESPN for a live stream of its playoff games.
In addition, while ESPN has confirmed that they will stream the NBA playoffs, it has not revealed any details on the exact format that will be used to stream live games.
While ESPN could be providing the game scores and highlights for the games, the company has yet, to confirm if they will be showing the game highlights on their own webcast.
This means that we won’t know for sure if the live streams will be up to snuff until after the games are over.
It’s not as if ESPN will be the only broadcaster to stream its games, either.
TNT, the sports network that currently airs the games on ESPN, will also be providing live stream footage of the series.
This comes after the NBA, in an attempt to streamline its broadcast schedule, had a number changes to the games that it would be broadcasting live.
While many of these changes were designed to stream stream the finals live, it is unclear how this will be different from the NBA.