NCAA Tournament’s college basketball games are going to keep you excited and busy over at least the next three weeks. During this time, as many as 63 college basketball games will be played.
This is the time of the year that is impatiently awaited by basketball fans from across the US and beyond. Everyone roots for his or her team, many a times, taking a dig at other people and their favorite teams.
The best thing about the NCAA Tournament and the forthcoming games that will cover much of the month, is the fact that all the games will be live streamed online. The fact that it will not matter much even if you don’t have a cable subscription seems a good news.
Like previous years the college basketball games will be broadcast on TNT, TBS, TruTV and CBS. You shouldn’t despair even if you haven’t got TV subscription.
All the above-mentioned television channels will be providing live coverage of the entire tournament. But if you don’t want any of them, you have still got hope. You can watch the matches on portable screens including mobile, tablet and laptop. Sling TV and DirecTV Now have announced that they will be streaming live to select channels for a monthly fee.
If you are smart, you can use their free seven-day trial. You can click here to launch a free trial for Sling TV and click here to launch one for DirecTV Now. See below for step-by-step instructions on how to sign up for each. On the other hand you can also opt for DirecTV Now’s Live a Little package, which also includes all three channels. It cost $35 per month and a college basketball fan will not think much before doling out this amount.