Stream NBA Games with NBA League Pass

February 10, 2020


What’s the deal with streaming NBA games online in Canada?

How do I know what games are available?

We’re here to answer these questions and make life a little easier by providing everything you need to know about NBA League Pass, the exclusive digital destination for the most NBA games.

NBA League Pass in Canada is for anyone looking to watch a team that is not the Toronto Raptors. This is because all Raptors games are nationally broadcast on Canadian television.

NOTE: If you’re looking to stream Raptors games, Sportsnet NOW is home to over 40 regular season games. Click here for more information.

This means that if you are a fan of the Phoenix Suns, for example, that NBA League Pass is the product that offers you the most Suns games (minus the games they play on TV in Canada), as the majority of them don’t make it onto television. This same is true for all remaining teams in the NBA. All told, there are over 600 games available to watch throughout the NBA regular season, regardless of where you live in Canada.

Aside from live games, NBA League Pass also offers you the ability to customize your viewing experience:

Personalized Broadcasts

NBA League Pass allows you to choose home or away broadcast options, plus national feeds, such as ESPN or ABC.

Interactive Stats

Want to know which player has the most points in the game you’re watching? What else is going on around the league that night? Check out the interactive stats and graphics feed to get deeper into the game

Condensed Format

Missed the game live? Every game available in your pass has access to on-demand replays, plus the ability to watch games in condensed formats, if you don’t have time to watch every minute.

Still not sure if the product works for you? Try it on a 7-day trial before committing to any kind of pass.

What is NBA League Pass? NBA League Pass is a streaming product, priced at $26.99 for a selection of three games, $89.99 for individual team passes or $139.99 for a season pass. Users can try it out for a 7-day trial before making a purchase.

It is currently available on desktop or laptop through your web browser, Android phones and tablets, iPhones and iPads, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, PlayStation, Xbox One and Roku, all through the NBA app.