The Best Collection of Free NBA and Basketball Apps

Basketball enthusiasts who like to trash talk other fans and keep up-to-date information about the present scenario in basketball, then this sure is the list for a basketball fan. This lucky shot list has got all the names that should fit your choices for apps related to National Basketball Association aka., NBA.

1.Basketball NBA Live Scores

This official sounding unofficial app on Google Play Store, in neatly labeled time-schedule of all playoffs, keeps the fans updated about all from the world of NBA. It is free, contains ads, alarms can be set for games and is a suitable option- it downloads the schedule, in case one’s internet connection is not working.

2. Feedly

Feedly has emanated from being a basketball blog. This free app on the Play Store lets you access multiple blogs and other to-dos with Basketball. More prominent coverage websites and live channels like ESPN, Yahoo Sports and many other insightful blogs as well, can be accessed from Feedly.

3. Reddit

Well, Reddit users are all fans- some fans of secret cults, some of the food, and someone reading this would want to search for Basketball communities on Reddit. Look for r/NBA, r/CollegeBasketball, r/Basketball, and all info will be there- news, discussions, ratings, rumors, which makes it feel like the community of basketball fans.

4. NBA and NBA VR

NBA VR, it’s experiencing the fusion of new age tech with sports. Viewers can pair this with Google Daydream and enjoy highlights, interviews, and more. And the NBA App keeps you updated with rumors, trades, schedules, all the news, and more. If one is financially sufficient, then a paid subscription for live stream of various playoffs can be bought.

5. TuneIn Radio

Listening to radio while sipping your cocktail is an ultimate gateway for sunny Sundays. TuneIn Radio lets you stream the radio sound of all local and state AM and FM channels. The local station comes in the free version, however, if you want to listen to NBA action, suppose when you’re driving, then a subscription for around ten bucks can be bought to watch it for a month.

6. Twitter

Twitter squeezes the official version of people and celebrities. All the right people- NBA players, The Blogger Pirate, the Church of Christ members of NBA- will be sharing views on Twitter. It is free, and fans can see what’s up with everybody and maybe tweet to their favorite NBA players, who knows one may land onto a conversation between Snoop Dogg and LeBron over your tweet.

Billy Mark is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Billy has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as

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