I experimented a lot with this last night accessing the NBA All Access site using the Chrome browser and the player will actually come up. Unfortunately part of the screen was not displayed, but I was able to see it using pinch-zoom (or Ctrl-Up/Down). That exposed the rest of the screen, and most importantly the maximize button. Unfortunately, when I tried to maximize a live game, it would never load and play. On the other hand, when I did the same with an archived game it worked great - and I could even use the mosaic mode. I love the fact that we can hide the scores, but the inability to use FF or REW, let alone 30-second skip is annoying. I did find I can skip about a minute ahead if I click with the touchpad just to the right of the current play marker. Still, that's pretty fussy. I could play live games if I left the player in the initial medium mode, and even adjust things a bit by closing the scores and zooming the window, but since I couldn't pan down, I couldn't get it to fill the screen exactly. The video quality was pretty good give or take a few hiccups - but it was a lot better than last year when they clearly couldn't handle the load from the fans trying out the free period. In other words, the Google Tv could really use a new NBA app. There actually is one now, but for whatever reason it doesn't play LP video.