NBA GameCourt is an Out-of-Market Sports Package distributed by most cable & satellite providers in North America. The package allows it's subscribers to see up to 40 out-of-market NBA games a week using local stations & regional sports networks


NBA GameCourt is available with these cable & satellite providers:

  • United States:
    • DirecTV
    • DISH Network
    • iN Demand Team
      • Cablevision (iO)
      • Comcast
      • COX Communications
      • Time Warner Cable
      • Adams Cable
      • Blue Ridge Communications
      • RCN
      • Verizon FiOS
  • Canada:
    • Cogeco Cable
    • EastLink Cable
    • Rogers Cable

Blackout restrictionsEdit

If a local team is playing & the game is televised in the home market, the associated feed on NBA GameCourt is blacked out

Additional featuresEdit

Most providers who offer subscriptions to NBA GameCourt also include The NBA Network & a simulcast feed that they can watch if they have a computer connected to the Internet with a broadband connection. It's also given to select cable subs

WNBA GameCourtEdit

From 1999-2001, NBA GameCourt had a companion service called WNBA GameCourt which showed out-of-market games of the WNBA. The WNBA has discontinued this service & as of today, all national broadcasts are on SC, SC-2 or The NBA Network

External linksEdit

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