Anonymous
Last year

Best device for streaming NBA

I used to use my Apple TV to stream my NBA league pass but it is no longer supported. I was going to get a new generation Apple TV that does work but want to see if there is anything better on the market. What do you all use to stream NBA through your TV?

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Ben  
Last year

Got the new Apple TV product, rate it. No probs with NBA TV at all.

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Isaac  
Last year

I don't stream NBA, but the current generation of Apple TV is great. Got two and highly recommend them.

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NBL Fan  
Last year

If looking for something cheaper then I'm sure you could get a Chromecast and cast from your phone to the TV.

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Craig  
Last year

chromecast isn't bad (from phone to TV) I do this sometimes when I cant be bothered watching it in the living room. I just change the mobile preferred view to either of the teams commentary and think its better after that.

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