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Of the many basketball tournaments happening this March, the Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament has a firm foothold in fans’ hearts and minds. Hosting some of the strongest teams in the western United States, the Pac-12 Conference is home to teams such as USC, UCLA, and Arizona. If you’re devoted to watching men’s college basketball, then you don’t have to have a cable subscription. You can cut the cord and still catch all the action of the Pac-12 Tournament and cheer for your favorite team. Read on to find out how.
Here are a few of our favorite ways to stream Pac-12 Tournament:
This March 9th through 12th, Las Vegas will be hosting the infamous Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament — a four-day battle that will whittle 12 tremendous teams down to just one champion. Wednesday, March 9th will witness four games, then four quarterfinal games will commence the following day on March 10th, followed by two semifinals on March 11th, then the championship final on March 12th. Games will air on three channels: Pac-12 Network, FS1, and FOX. Here’s the the full schedule of the Pac-12 Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament:
If you’re committed to watching the entire tournament from start to finish, you’ll find yourself hopping from network to network, three different ones in fact: Pac-12 Network, FS1, and FOX. Though the majority of games are on the Pac-12 Network, you’ll need to tune in to FOX for the final championship game this Saturday. Luckily, a few different streaming services carry these networks. All you have to do now is choose which one is right for you.
Pac-12 Network: fuboTV or Sling TV
FS1: Hulu+ Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, DIRECTV STREAM, or YouTube TV
FOX: Hulu+ Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, DIRECTV STREAM, or YouTube TV
If you’re looking for a totally free option you can always catch the championship game over the air with a high-quality antenna.
Stream the Pac-12 Tournament with DIRECTV STREAM
Though it’s been known by many names over the last couple of years, DIRECTV STREAM comes packed with channels and features. With DIRECTV STREAM, you get your choice between four tiers of service and channel listings, depending on your specific network wants and needs. Like Sling and fuboTV, DIRECTV STREAM carries both FOX and FS1.
Stream the Pac-12 Tournament with Hulu
Hulu’s live TV plus on-demand option is an excellent fit for those who want the best of both worlds including live sports. Among its many channel offerings, you’ll find FS1 and FOX, two of the channels featuring Pac-12 games this year. Check out our in-depth Hulu review if you want to find out if this live TV streaming service is worth your time and money.
Stream the Pac-12 Tournament with fuboTV
You and every other sports fan will feel like you’ve floated off to heaven when you take a look at fuboTV’s sports channel lineup. Not only does this live TV streaming service feature all of the major sports like basketball (to include Pac-12 games), football, and baseball, fuboTV has national and international showings of soccer, golf, wrestling, fishing, and myriad other sports. Check out the fuboTV channel lineup to learn of all the channels you’ll get for your monthly subscription.
Stream the Pac-12 Tournament with Sling TV
One of the more affordable live TV streaming services, Sling TV isn’t lacking in the most important channels for fans of the Pac-12 or basketball in general. Take a look at the Sling TV channel list, and you’ll see Sling carries both FS1 and FOX. Not sure if this affordable live streaming service is right for you? Check out our Sling TV review to help you make your decision.
Google’s live TV streaming offering is YouTube TV, a service similar in size and scope to fuboTV and DIRECTV STREAM. Its layout closely resembles its user-content-driven sister service YouTube, but it is far more robust in terms of live TV streaming. Of its many channels, FS1 and FOX are both included.
If your primary focus is on tuning into the Pac-12 championship game on Saturday, March 12th, on FOX you can watch for free using a TV antenna and free Over-the-Air (OTA) TV. In fact, you can watch all the major networks that have their own broadcast towers, like ABC, CBS, and NBC using OTA TV.
Yes! Pac-12 streaming options work seamlessly with your favorite streaming devices and platforms. Most services like Sling TV or DIRECTV STREAM set up quickly and easily on various streaming platforms like Roku and Fire TV.
You can watch the Pac-12 on your TV or your tablet or other smart devices — no need to be limited by how far your TV Will take you. Tune in all four days to the games wherever you are.
If you’re crazy about Pac-12, you’re probably set on watching all your other favorite teams battle it out as well. Your love for the game probably doesn’t stop with the actual viewing — you may be all about watching news coverage like what you’d find on FS1, ESPN, or ESPN Plus. Of course, there’s also women’s basketball you won’t want to miss as well. The Women’s NCAA tournament can be found on ESPN networks along with other college basketball games this month.
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