How to Watch NBA Basketball on Your Computer
By Derek King
The National Basketball Association broadcasts a few high-profile games on national television per week. Local teams are also displayed on regional television stations multiple times per week during the season. Fans of other teams (and the NBA in general) may want to watch more basketball games during the week. Fortunately, the NBA provides the League Pass service. For a fee, people can watch all of their favorite NBA team's games during the entire regular season. Computer owners can even access the League Pass service, so games can be broadcast on PC.
Access the National Basketball Association's official website. Using your web browser, open the NBA's website (see Resources for link).
Refer to the top of the web page. A header with several links will be situated at the top of the page. Locate the link entitled "League Pass," on the far right section of the header. Move over "League Pass" with your mouse. Scroll down and select the "League Pass Broadband" link.
Select between the two available plans. The "Choice" plan allows you to choose up to seven teams to watch throughout the regular season. The "Premium" plan allows you to watch all 30 teams throughout the regular season. Click the "Buy Now" icon that's located within the plan's description window to select it.
Create an All NBA Access account. In the spaces provided, enter information such as your first and last name, email address and date of birth. Select "Create Account" at the bottom of the screen to advance the Season Pass process.
Finalize the League Pass. Enter the billing information of your credit card using the spaces provided. Read the NBA League Pass Broadband Subscriber Agreement located directly underneath the billing information. Click the "I accept" checkbox at the bottom of the screen and select "Place Order." You will have purchased an NBA League Pass to watch NBA games on your computer legally.
Derek King is an undergraduate student attending the University of Austin. King was editor-in-chief of his high school newspaper for four years. In addition to online instructional articles, he also creates content for the music and entertainment blog GetFreshKid.com.