No longer in the dark: How Bally Sports' soon-to-launch streaming service may help Pacers fans
If you've dropped cable television and haven't been able to watch Pacers games in central Indiana, this new option is for you.
Many Pacers fans have had a difficult time watching games for almost two years. Going back to the Orlando bubble in 2020, Bally Sports Indiana (then Fox Sports Indiana) was no longer available on popular television streaming platforms like YouTube TV, Hulu or fuboTV.
That meant many, like myself, were paying more than $60 per month for TV but could not watch the local NBA team. And if you live in central Indiana and subscribe to NBA League Pass, games were blacked out. Those were your options. (The network is available from major cable providers like Comcast, Spectrum and AT&T.)
“There’s a disconnect because like 15, 20 percent of the fans can’t even get the game, which is really heartbreaking,” Pacers owner Herb Simon acknowledged in December, confirming what I previously reported.
However, fans may soon have another option.
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