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Schedule for the Pac-12 Tournament 2019: How to Watch NCAA Basketball Games Without Cables



  Oregon vs. Washington

Although Oregon (in green) beat Washington on March 9, the Huskies (white) retain first place in the Pac-12 tournament.


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College basketball fans and jockeys from California to Colorado have a tournament just for them, and they're the perfect preparation for the big March Madness tournament starting later this month. It's the 2019 Pac-12 tournament.

The Pac-12 conference is home to 2019 NCAA tournament fixtures in Washington and Arizona, the first two seeds of the conference. And despite the fact that Washington lost to Oregon on March 9, it has kept number one. The Huskies and the Sun Devils are scheduled to play together on Thursday with Utah and Oregon State.

Before this happens, the lowest ranked teams, starting 5-12, will compete on Wednesday, March 13th. The Pac-12 tournament ends on Saturday, March 16, leading to the Mazewrinkle Selection Sunday March 17.

So how can you spice up your braces and watch all the Pac-12 action this year? The matches in the preliminary round will take place in the dedicated Pac-12 network, while one of the semi-finals and the championship will be broadcast on ESPN. Thanks to Live TV Streaming Services Sling TV you can watch even if you do not have a cable subscription. Here is how.

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When will the Pac-12 Tournament Games take place?

With 12 teams in the Pac-12, the NCAA denies three laps to go to the championship. (All times PT.)

March 13: First Round

Game 1: No. 8 USC vs.. No. 9 Arizona at 12 o'clock. on Pac-12 Network
Game 2: No. 5 Colorado vs. # 12 Cal at 2:30 pm on Pac-12 Network
Game # 3: # 7 UCLA Vs. No. 10 Stanford at 6:00. on Pac-12 Network
Game 4: No. 6 Oregon Vs. # 11 Washington State at 20:30. on Pac-12 Network

March 14th: Quarterfinals

Game 5: No. 1 Washington Vs. Game 1 winner at 12 o'clock. on Pac-12 Network
Game 6: No. 4 Oregon State Vs. Match 2 Winners at 2:30 pm on Pac-12 Network
Game 7: No. 2 Arizona State Vs. Match 3 winners at 6 o'clock. on Pac-12 Network
Game 8: # 3 Utah Vs. Match 4 Winners at 20:30 on Pac-12 Network

March 15: Semifinals

Game 9: Winners of Game 5 vs. Winners of Game 6 – 6 pm on Pac-12 Network
Game 10: Winner of Game 7 vs.. Winner of Game 8 – 20:30 on ESPN

March 16: Championship

Game 11 at 19:30. on ESPN

How can I watch the games live?

Many cable and satellite services run Pac-12 Network and ESPN, but if you do not have a cable, you can use a TV streaming service to watch live.

Unfortunately, most streaming TV services, including DirecTV Now, YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, and PlayStation Vue, do not have a Pac-12 network. This means that you can stream without cable through Sling TV and Fubo TV – and Fubo TV does not have ESPN.

Here are some pointers to live TV streaming services:

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Sling TV Orange (from $ 25)

Sling TV costs $ 25 a month for Sling Orange, including ESPN, and there's a special offer now giving you the first three months for $ 15. To get the Pac-12 network, you need the Sports Extra package, which gives you an additional $ 5 per month.

Note that you can also get Sports Extra with Sling TV Blue, but this package does not include ESPN.


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Fubu TV ($ 45)

Fubo costs $ 45 per month and includes the Pac-12 network, but no ESPN.


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