for those of you wondering how league pass works, this was my experience. i don't know if things have changed since last year, so keep that in mind.
when i was living in new jersey, it was difficult to catch any jazz games at all, so league pass seemed like a logical choice. i still had a blackberry, so i didn't get the mobile option, but i think it was free if you were paying for the cable (TV) and broadband (computer) services. i was able to watch multiple broadcasts of games not in the greater NYC market--in other words, as long as i wasn't trying to watch the knicks or nets, i could get the home and away broadcasts of other games. there were many (if not most) nights where i could choose between the FOX/ROOT broadcast being called by boler and harpring, or the opposing team's play-callers.
the only time i couldn't watch the jazz on league pass in newark was when a local or national station was airing the games. if the jazz were playing the knicks (in NY or in UT) and the game was televised on YES or ESPN, there was no jazz game on league pass on my TV or my computer. similarly, if the jazz were playing miami and the game was on TNT, there was no league pass broadcast.
unquestionably, the biggest drawback of league pass is the local blackout. if i was visiting family in utah, jazz games were unavailable on league pass, period. while you could suffer through missing the 7-12 nationally televised jazz games (likely via streaming the games illegally or going to the bar) and watch the rest of the season on league pass, there would be no reason to have cable at all for some of us.