Google announced today that live NBA and MLB games are now available for streaming through just released NBA Game Time and MLB.TV apps for Android TV. That means that new Nexus Player owners, Google’s new Android TV set-top box product that just started shipping, will now have access to the official NBA and MLB streaming services:

Our friends at the National Basketball Association have just released the NBA Game Time app on Google Play. In the United States, you can now follow your favorite teams and catch every pick, roll, dunk and long-range three, live with an NBA League Pass. While you’re at it, grab the Android apps for your other devices so you can cheer on your team from your couch, on your tablet in bed, and on your phone unScreen Shot 2014-11-05 at 12.14.08 PMder your desk at work.

The device officially went up for preorder late last month, and we published our full review of Google’s now shipping Nexus Player Android TV set-top box earlier this week.

The new NBA Game Time and MLB.TV apps for Android TV are available on Google Play now and require the usual subscription services.

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