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According to the guide, today's Laker game with the Grizzlies in available on Channel 95. I went to channel 95 and it tells me the game is not available in my area. I do get it on my Fox Sports Channel, and oddly enough the same feed is being shown on the NBA League Pass channel 755. Any ideas why I can't get the HD feed? Does anyone living outside the Southern California area able to view the HD feed?

Just trying to make sense of it all because it's been hit or miss with the HD feeds of my local fox sports affiliates.

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There have not been any NBA league pass games in HD in my area.

However, I don't get my RSN (FSN Bay Area- GS Warriors) or those games in HD either. :mad:

NBA League Pass seems to be doing some misleading advertsing, as their schedule will show NBA games in HD, but they are really ESPN or TNT games that you would already get.:confused:
 

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jimbo09 said:
There have not been any NBA league pass games in HD in my area.

However, I don't get my RSN (FSN Bay Area- GS Warriors) or those games in HD either. :mad:

NBA League Pass seems to be doing some misleading advertsing, as their schedule will show NBA games in HD, but they are really ESPN or TNT games that you would already get.:confused:
The Laker game on Friday night against Detroit was available in HD on Channel 95. I was at that game, but I recorded it on my HR20 and it was the HD Feed of the Fox Sports West broadcast. But the game was also available on ESPN. I have had no problems watching the Los Angeles Kings games in HD, as well as the USC Football game this Saturday night both of which are broadcast by Fox Sports West. The NBA seems to be the one I am having the inconsistency with.

I have also been able to see a few out of market NBA games in HD with NBA League pass on channel 95.
 
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