NBA Game Time App Tips Off with Push Friendly Live Coverage
Published on 28 Oct 2013
While Tony Parker’s clutch shot during Game 1 and the entirety of Game 6 during the NBA Finals offered edge-of-the-seat moments, the entertainment factor was amplified by the highs and lows that led up to the championship game. That’s why, with tip-off for the 2013-2014 NBA season approaching, there’s no better time than now to download the NBA Game Time app.
The new NBA Game Time app offers free unlimited live coverage of every NBA game, including Twitter streams and stats, scores and schedules for every game. You can customize the app to feature your favorite team, and get news and highlights from around the league. The app utilized push notifications in a variety of unique and innovative ways:
- Excitement Notifications – get notified when games get exciting at crunch time (chosen by the game or team)
- Customizable Threshold Notifications – when a player or team you are interested in passes a threshold in a specific game.
- Game Notifications - including game start, quarter end, half time, game end, excitement and video recap
Game Time Plus—which requires a $9.99 in-app upgrade unless a current Sprint subscriber—allows users access to home and away game live radio broadcasts, video highlights, and more.
Upgrade to NBA League Pass Mobile and get all these features plus live streaming of all NBA regular-season games (blackout restrictions apply), listen to your hometown announcer, Full season archives, live in-game stats overlay and video chrome to switch from game-to-game. Additionally, Sprint customers receive an exclusive 20% discount if they purchase the upgrade.
As the Pacers, Heat, and Lakers play host to the Magic, Bulls and Clippers, respectively, all eyes will be on the start of the 2013-2014 NBA season on October 29. For everyone unable to catch the game live, this app is your best bet to stay in the loop on all things NBA and be alerted to key moments within games or player highlights, all while on the go.