You can watch ‘NBA League Pass’ for free until April 22, here’s how to get access

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Now that the NBA has suspended their season after their own players have tested positive for COVID-19, the league has a lot on their plate regarding the healthy of the NBA family, the season, teams as well as trying to figure out ways to continue engaging with their fanbase.

In a brilliant move by the NBA, the pro basketball organization just announced that they’ve allowing everyone a “free preview” to NBA League Pass. This free trial is good for over a month until April 22, 2020.

You can read their statement and learn how to access the free trial via the NBA’s official announcement below:

The evolving situation around the coronavirus has been challenging for everyone, and we hope that you are taking appropriate precautions to ensure that you and your family stay safe and healthy. We encourage you to visit for additional information on how to protect yourself and your family during this unprecedented time. Limiting social interactions is a critical way to minimize the spread of this virus, but staying home for long periods of time can be difficult. With the 2019-20 NBA season on hiatus, the NBA and Turner Sports are providing all fans with a free preview of NBA League Pass, the league’s premium subscription-based product, until April 22. This complimentary offering will provide you with access to full length and condensed replays of all games from the 2019-20 season, as well as an expansive archive of classic games and content.

How to Access NBA League Pass Free Trial

You can redeem the NBA League Pass free offer by signing into your (or registering for an) NBA account through You can also sign in/register through the NBA App that’s available on the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Android phones and tablet devices, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and other supported devices. You can also use your mobile device and steam it to your tv via ChromeCast. Phew.

NBA League Pass pricing usually costs between somewhere between $60 and $125, but since there’s no games, this is a smart move to keep fans occupied and engaged with the NBA as well as a nice distraction from all the Coronavirus news.


  • Do I have to cancel the NBA League Pass or does it just expire on April 22?

  • That’s a great question, if you placed your credit card in during registration and this is a “free trial” that sounds like it will be switched to a paid version. That said, I don’t think you’ll have a problem cancelling even if you miss considering that the NBA wants to keep fans at (almost) any cost

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