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    is my biggest worry. Ill have access to Watch ESPN, local stuff (ABC, CBS, FOX) so I think most football games will be covered. Basketball is a bigger concern, I watched quite a few games this year on one of the foxsports channels on DTV. Has anyone else cut the cord? If so, how big a hit did your sports watching take, or how did you overcome it?
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    Yea I empathize with you on this feeling.

    Sports is what stops me from cutting the cord. Its easy to get the rest of the tv you'd want to watch, but random games just aren't available in reasonable quality.
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    The quality of sports broadcasts simply isn't up to par for me to even think about getting rid of Cable. I can watch anything else online but not a live sporting event unless its absolutely necessary.

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