From Forbes.com: "Beginning next season, the league, along with its media partner, Turner Sports, plans to put digital rights for live games into the hands of its 30 teams, according to Commissioner David Stern." It's too early to know what this actually means, but in theory it could allow displaced Pistons fans to (legitimately) watch games online at Pistons.com for less money than it'd cost to purchase the NBA's current online League Pass package, which runs about $90. Stay tuned.
Watching games online might be easier next year
By Matt Watson