The NBA Finals will take place on a CubeServer, the same one that hosted the 2015 NBA Finals, but instead of televising the NBA Finals live, fans will be able to watch on their television set and have access to the entire event on a free-to-play platform.
The 2018 NBA season will be hosted on the CubeServer.
In addition to a full slate of regular season games, the 2018 Playoffs will be available to watch via the Cube server.
The NBA will also have an on-demand streaming service for fans.
The NBA is also introducing a new premium NBA Season Pass.
Starting at $99 per year, fans can get access to all regular season and playoffs games for the next two years.
The series of games will feature a slate of NBA players from the current league, plus a few from the upcoming 2018-2019 NBA Season.
Players can also choose to watch their own games.
The CubeServer is the same Cube that hosted this year’s NBA Finals.
This means fans will get the same NBA action on the same platform.NBA owners and broadcasters will have the same content available on the platform, but fans will also be able watch on demand for the first time ever.NBA’s official Twitter account tweeted the announcement:NBA owners will be free to watch any of their favorite games on their TVs and the Cube Server, and they can watch on-Demand content for the 2018-19 season.NBA fans can expect to see their favorite players and coaches in action, along with other highlights from NBA games, including highlights from the 2017 NBA Finals and a new episode of “NBA Live 16.”
For the first two years of the new NBA season, the league will provide on-site viewing for all games, but for the final two years, the NBA will be offering on-call viewing for fans in the stadium, where the NBA is in full force.
The league is also making it easier for fans to access on-line streaming for their favorite game.NBA.com also said the network will provide live streaming to all fans for all NBA games on Cube.