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Verizon has begun showing live out-of-market NBA games via NBA League Pass on its Go90 mobile video service.

Registered users can buy a half-season package for $50, to cover the rest of the NBA season. Verizon is also offering registered users up to five games on the service for no cost, whether or not they watched games in the free preview.

Verizon and the NBA came to a multi-year content and marketing partnership in the autumn that covered providing games as well as exclusive series, and made Verizon the official wireless provider of the league and affiliates.

Big Red continues to add sports programming to the mobile-first service: last week, it said that it was adding Fight Sports to its channel line-up. Owned by CSI Sports, the network offers live boxing and MMA events, championship bouts, news, tournaments, lifestyle, reality and documentary programming, and other fight-related original programming.