Watch Duke Basketball Online: 2015-2016 Live Stream Guide & TV Schedule

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One of the nation’s truly elite college basketball teams, Duke is synonymous with ACC excellence and the NCAA Tournament. Until recently, you had to have cable in order to watch Duke basketball live stream from home – but thankfully, that’s no longer the case. Today, you can watch Duke basketball online using a variety of methods, and we’re here to show you how.

And why wouldn’t a Blue Devils fan want access to their team this time of year? Duke has won 5 national titles since 1991, and has 16 Final Four banners out of its 39 NCAA Tournament appearances. Ready to catch a Duke basketball live stream? Below, you’ll find your best options.

Watch Duke Basketball Online with Sling TV

Sling TV

Sling TV is the best option to access a Duke basketball live stream, as ESPN has rights to televise the Blue Devils and the ACC. That means the stellar play of sophomore guard Grayson Allen and freshman guard Brandon Ingram is available on Sling TV, all season long!

Sling TV is an online streaming service that is available without a cable subscription. All you need is an internet connection and you’re good to go. Sling TV channels include many of cable’s most popular channels, so there’s plenty of live sports, TV shows, and movies available – truly something for the whole family!

Sling TV’s basic package includes 20+ channels, and since ESPN and ESPN2 are included, you can watch all the games from those two channels there. You’ll also gain access to TNT, TBS and TruTV in the basic package (with TruTV available in Lifestyle Extra add-on package). The ability to watch ESPN online is great during the regular season, as ESPN airs a ton of Duke basketball games. Being able to access TNT live stream and TBS live stream will be very useful during March Madness, as those channels broadcast many live games during the tournament.

For access to the most games possible, you can add the Sling TV Sports Extra Package for an additional $5 per month – adding ESPNU, SEC Network, SEC Network+ (through WatchESPN app), ESPN Buzzer Beater, and more to thoroughly scout the opposition.

Sling TV is compatible with a variety of devices, including Chromecast, Xbox One, Amazon Fire TV, etc. as well as mobile devices and computers. If you don’t have a streaming device, you can get a free Roku 2 if you sign up for 3 months of Sling TV. The Roku will let you watch Sling TV directly on your TV, letting you watch Duke basketball online from your living room!

Ready to give it a try? Sign up today for a FREE week-long trial of Sling TV!

Watch Duke Basketball Online Via WatchESPN App

watchESPN app

Accessing ESPN’s family of networks is now available on all devices via the ESPN app (available on the iOS and Android stores). Any Duke fan with pay TV or ISP authentication from an approved provider gets free access to ESPN3 games. However, keep in mind that you can access ESPN3, but not any other ESPN channels – which makes this a mediocre method of watching Duke basketball online. Also, this free version only works on your computer or Xbox gaming console.

Catch Coach K On Antenna & DVR

antenna DVR combo

Duke makes regular-season appearances from time to time on CBS, an over-the-air station you can get for free using an OTA antenna. To get coach Mike Krzyzewski’s team on CBS this way, we recommend the Mohu Leaf 50, a high-quality antenna that will pick up OTA channels with a 50+ mile range. Also, we suggest the Tablo HD DVR, which you can use to record games and watch later on your own schedule. And the Tablo allows you to stream Wildcat games on-the-go, by connecting mobile devices to your DVR.

With an antenna and DVR combo, you can actually watch Duke basketball for free!

Watch Duke Hoops On PlayStation Vue

Playstation Vue

With Playstation Vue, Playstation fans now also have the option to access Duke basketball through their PlayStation platform, which offers TBS, TNT, and CBS live streaming in its packages. However, Vue is only available in select areas – currently, it’s only in Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas, Miami, Los Angeles, Dallas, and Philadelphia). Plans start at$49.99 a month, and it’s currently available on PS3/PS4, Chromecast, iPad and Amazon Fire TV devices.

Watch All Your Favorite Teams Online

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