Are you a big-time NBA fan who finds him or herself in front of a computer screen more often than a television? Do you want to watch each of your favorite team’s games despite being across the country? Well, the Slanch Report has DONE IT AGAIN! Thanks to the folks over at the NBA we have a FREE SUBSCRIPTION ($100 value) to the NBA League Pass Broadband package where you can watch ALL out-of-market games in realtime HD-quality graphics from your computer! Pretty awesome right!

There’s only one way to win: In the comments below submit your claim (100 words or less) as to why YOU are a bigger NBA fan than everyone else and deserve this prize the most. Creative trash talk and personal insults are ALWAYS welcome. Make sure you include a VALID EMAIL ADDRESS WITH YOUR ENTRY and all entries must be received by NOON December 21st.

We also have some EXCELLENT prizes available for the second and third-place winners (as determined by ME) and guess what, it’s all FREE for you, all you have to do is submit your comment below.

Joining our Facebook Fan Page (if you haven’t already)  is always highly recommended as well and will certainly help your chances.

And for more information on NBA’s League Pass and their Mobile version, check out these links.

30 Responses to “WIN A FREE SUBSCRIPTION TO NBA League Pass!!!”

  1. December 14, 2009 at 4:03 pm

    I have played fantasy basketball since a little kid. I literally have tracked every statistic of every player in the NBA (fantasy-wise) for as long as I can remember. Getting the NBA league pass will enable me to watch the games and see the stats LIVE rather than having to search everything on the computer! How could there be a bigger NBA fan than someone who tracks stats as a compulsive hobby!?!


  2. 2 Isaac Santner
    December 14, 2009 at 4:24 pm

    Four years ago, I began to watch the NBA. Specifically, The Nets and the Knicks. During this time, I had very little to do during the week. I would come home every night, and turn on the game. Me and my twin brother would watch every single Nets and Knicks game, until we finally graduated High School and went to college. Now, the only team on TV every night is the Boston Celtics. I am a New York fan. This is why I need League Pass. If I have to watch Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce glare angrily at me while they slap each others butts and pound their chests simultaneously, I will quite possibly kill myself. I know you are a Celtics fan, so imagine if the only games you could watch were the Nets getting beaten 18 times in a row. I am begging you, please let me escape this godforsaken shit-hole they call Worcester, and let me be happy again.

    • December 21, 2009 at 12:26 pm

      This was a solid effort until you suggested that the only games I could watch were Nets games and you complained about having to watch the Celtics. Considering I live in NYC and AM forced to watch Nets and Knicks games I don’t have much sympathy, at least you get to see quality basketball!

  3. December 14, 2009 at 4:32 pm

    I am a bigger NBA fan than any of these other jabronis because I have been a Hawks fan since I was a wee little tyke with Dominique making us look good. I also had to endure all the shitty Billy Knight drafts (we drafted Shelden Williams #5…need I say more) and watch Chris Paul and Deron Williams look absolutely incredible after we passed on them while our team lacked only a playmaking point guard to be a force to be reckoned with.

    And now that I’m in school in Los Angeles, I never get to watch my Hawks play, so I NEED League Pass, but can’t afford it into the budget since everything out here in LA is expensive as a motherf’r (and I hear those don’t come cheap).

  4. 5 Gabe
    December 14, 2009 at 7:06 pm

    The amount I love basketball has started seriously affecting my life. I do not love basketball. I am deeply deeply obsessed with basketball. I literally have dreams about murdering Anderson Varejao with my bare hands. I have literally cried about not being able to dunk. I spend far more time reading about basketball every day than I do on homework for an entire week. If you give me this league pass, I will finally be happy. I will be able to move past the horrible shit in my life like the Puny, terrible New York Giants, the disgusting, whelps of a team called the New jersey Nets who i have so much love for, and continue my extreme hate for Lebron James to the max. Honestly Slanch, I care more about Basketball than my college education and all of my family pets combined. I am not trying to put down the above posters. But They have no idea the pain and anguish that is in my heart every night when I must choose either to watch two minute game recaps of games I actually want to watch or the Celtics demolish Every team i have come to love.

    If you believe in true love, True Pain, or the bonds of friendship and brotherhood you will give me this league pass. I love you like my own brother.


  5. December 15, 2009 at 4:59 pm

    Thought it only could be 100 words or less?? Cheaters!

  6. 7 Gabe
    December 15, 2009 at 6:53 pm

    Sometime a game has got to go to overtime. slanch knows this.

  7. 8 Bo
    December 15, 2009 at 7:33 pm

    I love basketball so much that I missed celebrating my mothers’ birthday last year because it was during the playoffs.
    I love basketball so much that if there’s a game on Friday nights, I won’t go out and party, I’ll just sit in my bed and weep because I wish I were at the game.
    I love basketball so much that my mother tells me that back in the day, every time Jordan would dunk, I would literally break something made out of glass because I was trying to dunk it into the trashcan. That’s why you should choose me.

  8. 9 Bo
    December 15, 2009 at 7:36 pm

    Also, maybe you should hold a contest to win a Hooked on Phonics for Gabe, Isaac, and “Shotgun”, because how are they going to be up to date on scores of games IF THEY CANT EVEN READ THE RULES FOR THE CONTEST?!
    P.S. Gabe Santner played highschool basketball and I have personally stuffed him 3 times, in one day.

  9. 11 Gabe
    December 15, 2009 at 7:36 pm

    Bo is lying. I taught him everything he knows about Basketball. I dunk His mom into my trashcan sized Dick!

  10. 12 Gabe
    December 15, 2009 at 10:14 pm

    Bo is uglier than Zach Randolph.

  11. 13 Bo
    December 15, 2009 at 10:39 pm

    Gabe sucks at basketball more than luke walton, and that dude sucks at basketball.

  12. 14 Gabe
    December 16, 2009 at 11:34 am

    Bo has a puny cock.

  13. 17 eheaton
    December 16, 2009 at 2:56 pm

    I can name every single starting player on every nba team and their college team. ask me any one. i dare you. i need nba league pass so that i don’t have to listen to fucking jim basquil on espn.com narrate the hilights the day after.

  14. 19 SoxDoc
    December 16, 2009 at 4:44 pm

    One time I met Dominique Wilkins and Eric Montross after a Celtics game. I have a picture to prove it.

    • December 16, 2009 at 11:28 pm

      Want a cookie or something? There just human beings chief.

      • 21 SoxDoc
        December 17, 2009 at 1:27 pm

        Haha … I know that. I didn’t even care and was actually sort of forced to take a picture with them by the people I was with. I was more concerned with the post-game buffet and the sports memorabilia raffle (during which I won an autographed photo of John Bucyk holding up the Stanley Cup).

        I honetsly don’t care about basketball … wake me up when you get baseball contests.

  15. 22 Gabe
    December 16, 2009 at 5:17 pm

    I also can name every starting player on every team. I also can tell you approximately how many points they average.

  16. 23 eheaton
    December 16, 2009 at 5:54 pm

    i can also give the name of their children (when applicable) and mother’s maiden name

  17. 24 Bo
    December 16, 2009 at 6:07 pm

    Players that I am like: MJ, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Magic Johnson, Shaq, Wilt Chamberlin, Bill Russell. People say that my style of play reminds them of Kevin Durant, because of my freakish arm-span and the fact that I’m young.

    Players that Gabe is like: Marty Conlon (almost spelled like colon), Paul Shirley, Joe Wolf (In hair style), Greg Kite, John Koncak.

    Did I mention that that one guys name was spelled like Colon?

  18. 25 Gabe
    December 16, 2009 at 7:49 pm

    Players that Bo is like: Vujacic, Shawn Bradley, Adam Morrison.

    And Bo cries more than adam morrison.

    This is Bo’s favorite player

    This is a video of Bo himself.

  19. 26 eheaton
    December 17, 2009 at 12:53 am

    adam morrison is diabetic and has made it in the pros. i am also diabetic, and consider him one of my heros. anyone insensitive enough to insult him is not fit to have nba league pass.

  20. 27 the roomate
    December 17, 2009 at 11:56 am

    I don’t care much for/about basketball. Therefore, you should give this to me so I can sell it to one of the other desperate commentors on this thread for $20, which I pledge to use for apartment-improvement projects.

  21. 28 shatraw
    December 17, 2009 at 1:40 pm

    basketball fans all look like the cast of “men of a certain age” on TNT.

  22. 30 Bo
    December 20, 2009 at 10:35 pm

    I show emotion when I watch basketball.

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