If you have a Windows Phone 7 device, and you are a sports fan, then it is likely that you are aware of the app named NFL Pro ‘12. That app brought everything related to NFL on your Windows Phone. If you loved NFL Pro, then here is the good news. The developers of that app have released a pretty similar app for basketball fans, titled NBA Pro ‘12. Now that the season is finally underway after the lockdown, this app will be all you need while you are watching your favorites team fight it out on the courts.
If you want to make predictions in the fantasy section of the app, and compete against other users, you will need to create a profile in NBA Pro ‘12. Doing so isn’t too much of a trouble, as you don’t even need to enter an email ID or create a new password. Just pick the team you support, and select a nick. You will need this profile to leave comments anywhere in the app. You can use NBA Pro ‘12 to get live scores from all the ongoing, or finished, fixtures. Tapping on any entry will take you to that match’s ESPN page, where you can get just about any data regarding it.
The app brings current standings for all regions, and if you want to view particulars about any team, just head to the dedicated section of that team’s region, and from there, you can go to the team’s home page. Each team has its own Roster, where all the information regarding the players and upcoming fixtures can be viewed. News are gathered from a variety of sources, and you can even view player profiles. Sometimes, the Roster has some pretty great video clips of player interviews, or match highlights. The Fantasy section of NBA Pro ‘12 is quite simply laid out, and you just have to choose the winning team for each fixture, working your way all the way to the final, thereby predicting who is going to be the champion. On each fantasy match-up, users can leave their comments, so that the environment gets more entertaining.
Although overall the app is amazing, and NBA fans are sure to love it, a few users have complained of crashing issues, specially when trying to open a team’s Roster. However, there is nothing to lose by giving NBA Pro ‘12 a try, as the app is absolutely free (ad-supported).