NBA League Pass Free Preview
Posted on: October 25, 2012
NBA League Pass Free Preview

NBA League Pass is a Slam Dunk for Pro Basketball Fans, However They Choose to Watch

The NBA League Pass Action Starts with a Free Preview for Bright House Networks Customers from Oct. 30 through Nov. 6

NBA fans are excited about the return to a full 82-game season in 2012-2013, after labor issues resulted in a shortened 2011-2012 season. Thanks to NBA LEAGUE PASS, NBA hoops fans will get to see up to 40 games a week during the 2012-2013 season—many of them in High Definition.

NBA LEAGUE PASS launches the 2012-13 season with an eight-day free preview. Bright House Networks will offer the free preview from Oct. 30 through Nov. 6, 2012 in Digital format on NBA League Pass. The channel numbers are provided by service area below:

Central Florida: Standard Digital 501-510 and HD 1801-1809

Indianapolis: Standard Digital 876-885, and HD 887-889 and 913-917

Detroit: Standard Digital 702-711 and HD 731-739

Bakersfield: Standard Digital 181-189 and HD 1190-1198

Birmingham: Standard Digital 401-405 and HD 1650-1658

Tampa: Standard Digital 521-530 and HD 1801-1809

NBA LEAGUE PASS is a digital subscription basketball programming package of NBA regular season games that are played outside the local viewing area. The basketball games included in NBA LEAGUE PASS are in addition to those available on ABC, TNT, NBA TV, ESPN and ESPN2 and regional sports networks Sun Sports Florida and FOX Sports Florida—which is carrying 81 of the 82 Orlando Magic regular season games this season in Digital on Bright House Networks channel 50 and in High Definition on Bright House Networks channel 1149.

As an NBA LEAGUE PASS subscriber, you will see up to 40 games each week from outside your local viewing area throughout the regular season. Fans can keep up with the sport’s major happenings and developments around the league, such as the new-look L.A. Lakers with former Magic player Dwight Howard, or the Miami Heat hoping for a repeat of their 2012 NBA championship.

Which NBA teams do you think will emerge as the league leaders in the 2012-2013 season?

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