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Los Angeles Clippers Launch ‘ClipperVision’ with Alternate Broadcasts for Season

“We’re trying to think about: How do we transform the experience our fans can have watching the game?” said Clippers owner Steve Ballmer. 

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The wave of alternate broadcasts continues for the start of the NBA season thanks to the latest announcement from the Los Angeles Clippers.

The team announced a new direct-to-consumer streaming platform that will offer fans six ways to watch the team’s games.

Among the service’s options is a “BallerVision” feed with live commentary from Clippers legends like Jamal Crawford, Baron Davis, and Paul Pierce. Also available is the “CourtVision” stream with graphics for real-time shot probability and statistics. Korean and Spanish-language-broadcast feeds will also be offered to those wishing to subscribe.

“We’re trying to think about: How do we transform the experience our fans can have watching the game?” said Clippers owner Steve Ballmer

The service will cost $199.99 for 74 games this season. It will also offer video-on-demand and be available to out-of-market and international Clippers fans via NBA League Pass.

Barrett Media Writers