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The NBA is back, and the best basketball players in the world are ready to lace up and hit the hardwood. One of the best streaming options for pro basketball is available with a great deal through Amazon. Starting Oct. 22, you can sign up for NBA League Pass on Prime Video Channels with a free trial week.

NBA League Pass is the go-to streaming service for hoops fans. It lets subscribers choose from every out-of-market NBA game in the league at any time, as long as it isn't blacked out locally for you.

One of the easiest ways to subscribe to the NBA League Pass is on Amazon Prime Channels. You won't need to have a cable or Live TV streaming subscription. It uses your Amazon login and billing information, so you won't need to create any new accounts or store your credit card somewhere new. Plus your NBA League Pass games will be available everywhere that you have the Amazon Prime Video app. This option is especially appealing for Fire TV devices, which will have the best integrated experience.

You will need an Amazon Prime subscription to take advantage of this slam dunk deal. Once your free trial week is over, if you aren't ready to give up on all the basketball at your fingertips you can keep NBA League Pass rolling. It will cost $29 a month, or $200 for the full season. Make sure to make your move on this deal soon because it expires on Oct. 29.

Amazon Prime Channels are a great resource for all kinds of a la carte TV subscriptions. Some of the best Prime Channel options include Premium movie channels, kids programming, and British TV. There are other great Prime Channels for sports fans too.

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NBA League Pass on Prime Channels

More NBA games then any other service.

Amazon Channels and the NBA offer a variety of plans to watch hundreds of out of market games. You can buy a single Team Pass for $18 a month, or $120 for the season. To see the most games possible, get the NBA League Pass for $29 a month, or $200 for the season.

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