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NBA to Sell Single-Game Streams for $6.99

Sorry, out-of-market games only.

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If you're a die-hard NBA fan, the league just made it a lot easier to catch your favorite teams' out-of-market games. NBA League Pass, the service that gets you all out-of-market games, has unveiled new pricing tiers that include single-game and single-team passes.

According to the official League Pass website, you can purchase a single out-of-market game for just $6.99—not much more than a Starbucks latte. It's a huge savings if you're not interested in buying the League Pass in its entirety, which comes in at $199.

You can purchase a single out-of-market game for a little more than the cost of a Starbucks latte.

The new pricing scheme also includes a $119 Team Pass, which will give you all out-of-market games for your favorite team. Unfortunately, League Pass notes that it won't give you any in-market or nationally televised games, due to blackout rules.

The service is available on your computer, iOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku, Xbox, and more. However, it's unclear whether single-game purchases will be offered through cable and satellite providers.

According to the service, providers technically use a different version of the service, called NBA League Pass TV. When you purchase NBA League Pass Digital, it does not include access to League Pass TV. But if you purchase League Pass TV, you will receive access to League Pass Digital. At this point, all fans can do is hope cable and satellite providers adopt the same pricing tiers—or switch to the digital version.

NBA League Pass will be available for purchase starting September 8th.