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NBA offers free League Pass during coronavirus shutdown

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If you suddenly find yourselves with some free time

NBA: Detroit Pistons at Philadelphia 76ers Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

The last NBA games took place one week ago, and fans are jonesing for some basketball. While it’s not the same thing as seeing the regular season wind down to its regularly-scheduled conclusion, the league is offering free NBA League Pass through April 22, allowing you to watch full-length or condensed replays of this season’s games, in addition to classic games and content.

I can think of worse ways to spend times indoors in self-quarantine. You can go back and watch the Sixers’ 31 home games, where they went a league-best 29-2. It’s still weird that the NBA let Philadelphia get away with not playing any road games this season, but if all the other teams were OK with it, who am I to argue?

NBC Sports Philadelphia already replayed the season-opening win over the Celtics, which was a real hoot. You can rewatch the Sixers from their Christmas Day win over Milwaukee, beating the Lakers on the night LeBron passed Kobe on the all-time scoring list (which feels especially surreal now), or stomping the Heat by 27 points in Jimmy Butler’s initial return to Philadelphia.

Which game are you most looking forward to revisiting?