How to watch NBA Playoffs on a TV in your living room

There’s a new breed of TV that lets you watch the NBA Playoffs without actually leaving your home.

The new Samsung TV Plus, a $199.99 smart TV with Dolby Atmos, has built-in support for NBA TV and the NBA All-Star Game.

The device includes a built-out DVR that lets users record games, a TV remote, and a “screen” for watching the broadcast.

The Samsung TV Now app lets you play back the games, and it has a built in DVR and remote control.

Samsung says it can also record the All-Stars game on the device.

“We have been working with the NBA to bring the NBA into the living room,” says Samsung VP of television marketing Michael Ainsworth.

“For years, we’ve wanted to make it easier for fans to watch the games and for us to stream the games.”

Ainswick says that Samsung is working on a version of Samsung TV that doesn’t support the NBA all-star game, which was announced back in February.

We’ve reached out to Samsung for comment.

For fans, Samsung has partnered with NBA.com, the NBA TV app, and the League Pass subscription service to stream NBA content for the last few years.

This year, Samsung will be offering NBA.tv Premium, a subscription service that allows you to watch games on demand for $14.99 a month.

Samsung’s other NBA-focused devices include the Samsung S7, which runs Android 7.1 Nougat, a version that Samsung has been pushing with a focus on battery life and streaming.

The S7+ has a 1080p display with Dolbit Surround sound, a 5.5-inch display with 4K resolution, and 4G LTE.

For the Samsung TV, Samsung’s goal is to deliver a TV experience that’s more immersive, with an edge that’s hard to ignore.

It also has a few smart features like a builtin app that lets Samsung users customize their TV with customized themes and apps, and more.