Description: Get the NBA in the palm of your hand! Updated for the 2011 season, NBA Game Time is the official app to follow the NBA wherever you are.
Game Time (FREE) features include:
– NEW! Customize to feature your favorite team
– NEW! Watch highlights from around the league
– Up to date news and info from around the league
– NEW! In-app alert capabilities
– NEW! Portrait and Landscape mode
– NEW! NBA Twitter feeds
– Play-by-play experience
– Stats, Scores, and schedules for every NBA game
Upgrade to Game Time Plus, features include:
– Contains all Game Time features
– Home and away live radio broadcasts of games
– NEW! In-progress video highlights
– Video highlights from around the league including NBA TV and TNT clips
– Full game video recaps
– NEW! Improved video layout
– More stats, League and Team news, and League Leaders
– Advertising FREE
Upgrade to watch live regular season games via NBA League Pass Mobile, features include:
-Contains all Game Time and Game Time Plus features
-Live streaming of NBA regular season games (Blackout Restrictions Apply)
-Full season archives
-Live In-Game stats overlay
*Blackout restrictions apply to local and national broadcast games
Cost: Free/ $7.99 for Game Time Plus/ $39.99 for NBA League Pass Mobile
NBA Game Time 2011-2012 is a great way to follow the NBA, but not to watch it.
With the basic edition you get scores, schedules , news and videos of highlights for the past couple days. You have to sit through an ad before you watch a highlight video.
Upgrade to Game Time Plus for $7.99 to watch live game highlights and game recaps, live radio broadcasts, ad Free, and more.
Upgrade to NBA League Pass Mobile for $39.99 to watch Live Regular Season NBA Games + all the features of Game Time Plus. You also get access to archived games. Blackouts rules apply, you can see them here. The main things to note in the black out rules are games are blacked out if they are in your local market or if they are televised nationally on cable or NBA TV. So if you’re hoping to watch games of your local team, forget about it. If you’re hoping to watch teams like the Lakers or Heat, you’re going to miss a big chunk of games, because those teams are always playing on cable networks like TNT and ESPN. The streaming picture quality of the games are not great, but watchable. I blew up the picture to give you a sense of the quality to expect. The motion is smooth but pixelated as long as you have decent data speed. I’m don’t get any buffering at 4MBPS. For the price, I’m not sure it is worth it. I would say it might be worth it if the picture quality was better.