Posted by: Arne on December 15th, 2011The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
Today I had a look at the International League Broadband page – it’s about time to get my Basketball fix (the other is cable TV via ESPN North America, likely with ugly German commentary and only a small sampling of games, certainly not my Utah Jazz).
Considering we lost two months of the season alienating us fans, are on a compressed 66-game schedule that probably won’t allow us to see all the games anyway (in any case less than last year, I do have a family…), you’d assume the NBA wants to make good with their fans and lowers the prices.
The International League Broadband is supposed to cost a whopping $219.99 (all teams, including playoffs). Are they mad? Is this the way to win back the fans?
Looks like I might update my cable subscription instead this year.
What do you think?
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