Dish’s Sling TV recently revealed that it has more than 2.2 million subscribers, putting it firmly in the lead over all other standalone online TV streaming services. Many of those 2.2 million subscribers will be very happy to find out today that Sling TV now offers NBA League Pass. The press release mentions Sling TV as the first live streaming service to integrate NBA League Pass, thus allowing its subscribers to add the pass to their plan.

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The NBA League Pass on Sling TV will provide subscribers with access to live, out-of-market games within the Sling TV app so they won’t have to change apps or inputs to watch those games.

The games that are included in this pass are in addition to those available on NBA TV, ESPN3, ABC, TNT, local regional sports and broadcast networks. Those who purchase the NBA League Pass will also get linear access to NBA TV.

Subscribers can add the league NBA League Pass to their plans for $29 per month. Those who are interested in just one team will be able to add the Team Pass in the coming weeks for $18 per month. It will offer access to live regular season games, full game replays and audio broadcasts for one out-of-market team of their choice.

Sling TV subscribers can sign up for this starting today at sling.com

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