The whole of this year’s NBA finals was available to watch free via the NBA’s app for Apple devices, but only for those with Apple Watch, Samsung Gear, or Android phones.
That’s not to say you couldn’t watch it on the go, of course, but it was only available in the US and Canada, where it’s currently the most popular app.
The app itself is pretty basic at the moment, but the way it manages to capture the entire event is really neat.
All of the clips are organized in one playlist, and you can even watch them on your iPhone or iPad.
The only downside is that the app isn’t quite as easy to use as some of the other apps we’ve reviewed, but that’s nothing compared to the other major apps out there.
What’s even more impressive is that it’s available in over 200 languages, including several dialects of Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese.
You can also watch the entire NBA Finals on demand, which includes the Finals itself.
We’re sure the company has plans for more apps to add, but if you’ve got an Apple Watch or a Samsung Gear on your wrist, this is a really good way to watch.
What we think: There’s something really cool about the way the NBA Finals was organized in the app.
You have a playlist of clips, which you can then select and scroll through for any reason you like.
It’s also pretty easy to customize the app to suit your tastes, with more than 100 different clips for each game.
This is an incredible way to find clips for different sports, whether it’s for the Olympics or the World Series.
If you’re looking for a sports app that’s also useful for watching a basketball game on the fly, look no further than the NBA app.
What else to know: The NBA Finals is available for Apple Watch only, and it only supports one language at the time of this writing.
However, there are still plenty of other apps for watching the entire tournament, including MLB.tv, NHL.tv and the NBA Mobile app.
It should be noted that the NBA apps are in beta, so it’s possible they could be updated or replaced with later versions of the app if the NBA keeps pushing forward with its streaming plans.
For now, though, this sounds like a really nice addition to any Watch owner’s library.