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How are blackouts determined for NBA LEAGUE PASS?

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Blackouts take place when a game is televised locally in your area via a regional sports network or an over-the-air station.  If a game is blacked out on NBA LEAGUE PASS in your local area, you should tune to your local station to see the game.

Games will also be blacked out when they are appearing on national television.  This applies to games being televised on ABC, ESPN, TNT, and NBA TV.  You may view these games simply by switching to the designated channel.

Blackout restrictions apply to all NBA games that are offered on NBA LEAGUE PASS. Such blackout restrictions are designed to protect the television rights holders in the competing teams' respective home markets. Blackouts are not based on arena sellouts. Learn more at directv.com/blackouts

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