16 Apr '11, 5am

Fans here prepare to juggle work and following play-offs: For lawyer Steven Leow, 34, work will take a backseat

Fans here prepare to juggle work and following play-offs: For lawyer Steven Leow, 34, work will take a backseat

THE gruelling six-month National Basketball Association (NBA) regular season may have just ended, but the games that really matter to fans in Singapore are only just beginning. -- PHOTO: REUTERS THE gruelling six-month National Basketball Association (NBA) regular season may have just ended, but the games that really matter to fans in Singapore are only just beginning. The NBA play-offs kick off tomorrow but with most matches starting between 7am and 9am Singapore time, fans here have to do some juggling between work and following their teams on the Internet, the medium of choice. For lawyer Steven Leow, 34, work will take a backseat whenever the defending champions Los Angeles Lakers play. He said: 'I'll still be working, but there will be a small pop-up window on my computer showing the game.' He spent $180 on the NBA league pass, which allows him to watch all the games ...

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