The NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament kicked-off on March 13 and basketball fans in America and around the world will be treated to a month of ‘March Madness‘ as they get to see the brightest prospects in basketball battle it out in a single-elimination tournament.
These games will be telecast on TV but not everyone will be able to sit in front of their televisions and follow all of the NCAA games. That’s why basketball fans can take advantage of the numerous streaming options available so they can follow NCAA games while on the go. Turner Sports has put together NCAA March Madness Live as a result of a partnership between the NCAA and CBS.
Multiple Ways For You To Watch The NCAA
Turner Sports will be live streaming 68 NCAA games via its website and as many as 16 different platforms. Some of these platforms that will offer live streaming of March Madness include Xbox One, Apple TV, Google Daydream, Amazon Fire TV, Roku players and mobile web. CBS will be telecast 21 games which will be available on the web, tables and mobile platforms. Viewers will not be required to sign in with their cable or satellite logins.
Some games will also be live streamed by TNT and TBS websites and apps along with truTV’s digital platforms. The final four games will require users to login with their satellite TV or cable subscription password. The NCAA Final Four National Semifinals will air on TBS on March 31 and the National Championship will be shown on April 2.
Top Teams And Players To Watch During The NCAA Tournament
The NCAA will showcase the best young talent in the country and superstars will emerge as the tournament progresses. Those who do not pay a lot of attention to the NCAA will do well to keep their eyes open on the following teams as they are expected to make it to the final rounds.
When it comes to top NCAA teams, fans should watch out for the Kentucky Wildcats, Michigan Wolverines, Gonzaga Bulldogs, Cincinnati Bearcats, Arizona Wildcats, Providence Friars, Tennessee Volunteers and the Murray State Racers.
When it comes to top NCAA players, fans should keep a close watch on top prospects such as Deandre Aytonv (Arizona), Jalen Brunson (Villanova), Devonte Graham (Kansas), Trae Young (Oklahoma), Marvin Bagley (Duke), Miles Bridges (Michigan State) and Jevon Carter (West Virgina).