You can now download a video app to watch every NBA All Star Game, the league announced Wednesday.
The NBA All Stars app will provide fans with access to live video coverage of all 50 games from the NBA AllStar Game in Toronto, and the NBA Finals in Los Angeles, plus a live recap of all 20 games of the regular season.
The app also provides access to a video archive of all NBA Allstar Game games, and provides NBA players with live and archived stats and interviews from the 2017-18 regular season, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the 2017 NBA Finals.
The team app will include information about upcoming games, the schedule, the official app icon and a countdown clock for the game.
The app is available on Apple and Android smartphones, as of Wednesday.
The NBA app was launched in 2016, with the launch of the NBA TV app this year.
The announcement comes as a result of a partnership between the NBA and Microsoft.
The two companies launched the NBA app and NBA Live 17, respectively, in January.NBA All Star games are broadcast nationally on ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 and Fox Sports 1.