You know that feeling when a pivotal game is playing on your TV and the final critical minutes are approaching, and you need to step out the door or even worse you’re rushing home, trying not to miss the intense conclusion? At Rogers, we live and breathe sports, which is why we understand the sense of urgency to catch the court action in real time. With Rogers Anyplace TV, you have basketball at your fingertips; live streaming Sportsnet and NBA TV coverage on both your computer and smartphone.
The Raptors have tipped off the season, and the next Sportsnet broadcast, against the Detroit Pistons is on Wednesday December 19th in Toronto. Fans have been getting ramped up for a dramatic series of games ahead. The team has undergone some considerable changes in the off-season. Additions like Jonas Valanciunas, Kyle Lowry and Raptors rookie Terrence Ross have basketball enthusiasts eager to see how the season will unfold.
Here’s how to stay close to your hoops action:
On your computer: Rogers digital TV customers who subscribe to Sportsnet and Sportsnet ONE can click on Rogers Anyplace TV.com/sports to catch all the live b-ball action at no extra cost. Live stream additional out-of-market games on your computer via NBA TV Canada (over 100 games).
On your smartphone: From coast to coast, Rogers wireless customers with iOS, Android, Windows and BlackBerry smartphones can download the Rogers Anyplace TV Live app. You can live stream additional out of market games via Sportsnet on your phone. For $5/month, the app provides 5 hours of viewing with overage charges of $1 per additional hour. Until April 30, 2013 overage charges are waived providing unlimited viewing.
In your opinion, what’s the one sport you absolutely need to watch live?
Kaili is a regular contributor to RedBoard