NBA Brings Exclusive, Streaming Coverage to Android Handsets
Those NBA fans left wanting more from the Game Time app released a few weeks ago will be happy to learn about their next title, Close Up: NBA Eastern Conference Finals. Available immediately, the app offers exclusive content and services to T-Mobile G1 owners.
While you’re watching LeBron and the Cavs roll through the playoffs on your 65″ HD TV, pull out your G1 and get unique, live camera angles and other on-court action.
Three different “Cam” features to help bring fans even closer to the action include:
- Player Cam – Shots of players on the bench and on the court.
- Arena Cam – Wide shots of the court from cameras positioned above the court and outside the arena.
- Host Cam â€“ Coverage featuring the online host, on-air announcers, and reporters.
Coming soon from the NBA:Â “The Flick,” a 3-point challenge game that features 30 NBA superstars and realistic graphics. The game will utilize a touch-screen “flick” action to shoot the basketball and score.
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