Every wonder how to stream college basketball live
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) was founded by Theodore Roosevelt in 1906 and today regulates athletes from 1,281 institutions,representing more than 460,000 student athletes who compete in 24 different sports.
If you are a basketball fan chances are you have an interest in at least one of them. These games can be extremely exciting since players are playing short season and for a chance to be recognized – so every game has high stakes. This is great basketball!
Where to Watch NCAA Basketball Online For Free
If you wish to stream any of these basketball games live, you have a number of different options. ESPN.com covers NCAA basketball and has real time college basketball scores and also airs some games.
If you visit NCAA.com/march-madness-live/watch, you can watch live streams of these games. This website also has other interesting things like game recaps, classic game replays, latest highlights and more. You can also download the NCAA March Madness Live app at the Google Play store or the iTunes store.
This app was until recently the go to app for many people who wanted to watch live streams of these games, but this app is now demanding you input your cable provider info. The issue with this is that a lot of us don’t use cable anymore. Also, this app is going to be sending you a lot of push notifications.
Some other popular options include sling.com – ‘Sling Television’ probably offers the most options , but it runs at around $45 per month. PlayStation Vue is another option, running at about the same monthly fee. Slightly cheaper is hulu.com. A very popular option is Fubo.tv which is a more affordable option, running at around $19.99 per month. Then there is YouTube TV – which a a great service, but not available in all areas. It runs at around $35 per month.
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