It’s March Madness time, and that means you’re either hyped to see your favorite school’s team take to the hardwood, or you can’t wait until everyone stops talking about the tourney altogether.
Here are the best ways to stream the
CBS is broadcasting 21 of the 67 March Madness matchups. If you don’t have a cable subscription, though, there’s nothing to fear. You can live stream all 21 games for free via your computer, smartphone or tablet. If you’ve got a TV antenna, and I strongly suggest you pick one up, you can watch all of the CBS games for free on your TV.
You can also stream CBS’s coverage via the CBS All Access app, which is available for devices ranging from the Apple TV to the Xbox One, but costs $5.99 per month.
Turner Broadcasting’s TBS will also broadcast 21 NCAA Tournament games this year, but unlike those CBS games, you’ll need a cable or satellite subscription to live stream them. So if you haven’t talked to your parents in a while, now’s a great time to get in touch, butter them up and snag their cable login. You can download the TBS app for your Google