For the second straight season, fans cannot watch games on popular streaming platforms. It's an issue for 23 NBA teams.
Dec 26 Pacers/Bulls on NBAtv just got picked up.
Until they fix this team is better that the fans don't see it!
I guess I do not get these complaints. YouTubetv, which I prefer, and HuluTv are 60-70 dollars a month. Add HBO and that’s $15. And that’s basically the same as the DirectTvStream that I’ve switched too during the last 2 seasons. It’s pretty easy. I cancel youtubetv and sign up for directtv stream. Now, I can watch the Pacers.
So, it’s not Scott’s job to advertise that, nor Tony East’s or whomever, but why don’t the Pacers tell fan this? I get that some people are too lazy to cancel and switch, but that’s the best thing about cutting the cord, no cable people pressuring you to stay. You just click a button and then go register at the new site.
I’ve had sling, fubo, PlayStation, youtubetv and now directtv streams. I don’t get why these people want to complain when they could switch, or why the Pacers don’t actively tell fans about it when they’re asked (OR why they haven’t reached a deal with directtv stream to advertise it).
At any rate, it will work itself out after this season.
As long as any shakeup/change doesn't affect the in-game crews! Chris and Quinn do a great job!
The statement "For the rest of the season, at least 15 percent of the audience cannot watch home or road games because the channel isn’t on the network they subscribe to" is a very very low estimate, as I know that hardly anyone I know can get the games.