If you have seen NBA games on TBS over the past few years, you might have noticed that NBA Youngboy TMZ has been airing during the breaks. If you aren't familiar with the show, it's an NBA show where the players answer questions submitted by fans in the audience and the host asks a question to one of the players about his team. The goal is to make the show as interactive as possible with fans who are able to show up for home games at least once a year, so they can have more fun than the team itself.
With the increase of TBS's programming, other sports have had the same opportunity to get in on the action. NFL Monday Night Football started airing at the same time, which allowed fans to be more involved in the game by answering questions during breaks. Baseball fans also got into the action, especially during the All-Star break. With NBA Youngboy TMZ, there's even more opportunity to get in on the action and interact with your favorite players, instead of watching the game from home or watching on television.
As you might guess, TBS's programming is very interactive. When the host asks a question, there are three different segments that fans can participate in, ranging from asking their own questions to showing support for their favorite team. This is a huge hit with fans who are interested in seeing what happens to their favorite players during the game.
The good news is that while watching the show, fans can keep up with any updates on any player or team by reading their twitter or blog. This gives them an idea of what's going on during their favorite teams' games as well as providing the ability to communicate with others during breaks.
Being able to share ideas with other fans about their favorite NBA teams, is another way that this show has helped fans connect to the game. One of the most popular segments on NBA Youngboy TMZ is a poll that asks fans about their favorite player. Fans can answer from different categories like favorite team, favorite player or players that the team needs to acquire. As a result, there's a chance for fans to see where other fans have come from and get information about what other fans are looking for.
Being part of the NBA is a great way to share stories, learn about players and get involved in a fan-driven television show that's perfect for the whole family. As long as you can watch TBS during breaks and stay within the parameters of the show, you'll be able to see more than you probably ever thought possible from this show.