Basketball Is Streaming Starting At 3
College basketball season tips off today and if you’re streaming you’ve got a chance to see a lot of games. ESPN is really flexing it this year with games across its whole family of networks but notably ESPN Plus and ESPN 3. The Internet based options have games going all day. In fact there is not an hour without a basketball game streaming starting at 3. While the most anticipated games of the day like a top-10 matchup between Duke and Kentucky will be on the standard ESPN, ESPN Plus will be the home of matchups from all over the map featuring the kinds of teams that bust your bracket in March. If you have never heard of ESPN plus it is an Internet-based sports service from, obviously, ESPN.
It offers lots of top-of-the-line sports like Major League Baseball and NHL hockey but with sports like college basketball and college football it’s for the home of small conferences who have put their media rights on the streamer for lack of another national option.
The cool thing is that for alumni of colleges that aren’t Carolina or Michigan it means you have a chance to see them on TV.
If you want to check out college basketball’s opening festival on ESPN Plus you can sign up for a free preview and check it out. ESPN class also features the full 30 for 30 documentary series. It’s a great way for a long time sports fans to just relive the greatest stories that make up sports and fandom.
For the biggest matchups of the day though you will have to have either a standard pay-tv service or jump in with one of the paid streaming live TV services such as sling TV, Hulu with live TV, fubo TV or YouTube TV. And just so you know not all of the big matchups are on ESPN that. You can also tune into the Big Ten Network and FS1.