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  • The NBA is set to be live-streamed in VR
  • The NBA is set to be live-streamed in VR
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The NBA is set to be live-streamed in VR

Watching a sports game on your widescreen HD TV has long been the next best thing to actually attending the event. But now there’s another way to get courtside, with the NBA set to live-stream the Golden State Warriors’ first home game of the season in virtual reality.

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