The Oregon Ducks have been one of the best surprises of the 2015-2016 college basketball season. They have put together an impressive year with great wins over ranked teams and currently sit atop the Pac-12 Conference. At the moment, they are also ranked in the Top 10 in the country for the first time this season.
If they can close the season out well, the Oregon Ducks will be looking at a high seed in the March Madness tournament. If you are a fan and interesting in watching an Oregon basketball live stream or watching online, you have plenty of options. Read our full guide below for all the information you’ll need.
Watch Oregon Basketball Online by Subscribing to Sling TV
Sling TV has become one of the most popular alternatives to a cable subscription. This is largely because its basic channel package includes over 20 channels and makes it easy for sports fans to watch games live. For Ducks fans, Sling TV will be the best option to watch Oregon basketball live stream the rest of the season and it only costs $20 per month.
The initial subscription for Sling TV provides live streaming access to channels like TNT, TBS, truTV, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3 (By signing into WatchESPN with your Sling TV login). As you can see in our March Madness streaming guide, Sling TV will be huge in watching the tournament live. TNT, TBS, and truTV broadcast more than half of the March Madness games last season including the Final Four. Access to ESPN’s family of networks will be huge in watching the conference tournaments as well, since many will be broadcast across the networks channels.
You can get access to even more ESPN channels with the Sports Extra package on Sling TV. For just $5 more per month you can watch channels like ESPNU, ESPNews, ESPN Goal Line, and the SEC Network.
Plus, you can watch Oregon basketball online free if you sign up for Sling TV’s free 7-day trial. Even with the free trial, all of the Sling TV features are included and you can watch on your phone, tablet, computer, or TV through devices like Roku or Chromecast. Check out our full Sling TV review to learn more.
In addition, Sling TV has one more offer and I think this one is kind of a no-brainer if you are subscribing to Sling TV. When you sign up for three months of Sling TV you get either a free Roku 2 and 50% off a Roku 3. The Roku 2 is where the deal is the best, since according to sites like CNET it is just as fast as the newer version, but cheaper. In fact, the Roku 2 retails for $69.99, so the deal gives you $10 off a Roku 2 plus three months of Sling TV to go with it.
Live Stream ESPN3 on WatchESPN Through your Internet Provider
ESPN3 will be another channel to broadcast some Oregon basketball games live stream. You can watch ESPN3 through the WatchESPN website or on your XBOX with an XBOX Live Gold Membership if you internet provider is approved by ESPN. The list of approved internet providers can be found here. Only ESPN3 is available on WatchESPN and the viewing options are limited, but it is still an easy way to watch Oregon basketball online free.
Combine an OTA DVR and Antenna to Catch Every Second of Oregon Basketball
One way to still watch live TV or even Oregon basketball live stream without cable is by using an antenna. The antenna receives the over-the-air broadcasts from channels like FOX, NBC, CBS, and ABC. The ability to watch CBS, means that you’ll be able to watch plenty of college basketball and even March Madness games live. If you are looking for an antenna, we highly recommend the Mohu Leaf 50 since it has an impressive 50-mile range and is incredibly easy to set up.
If you want to improve on just the antenna you can also get an over-the-air DVR, like the Tablo. This gives you all the traditional features of DVRs (record, rewind, pause, etc…) for the TV you can access with the antenna. In addition, the Tablo even lets you connect your TV to your phone, tablet, or computer. You can easily watch Oregon basketball live stream anywhere you can connect to the internet if the game is on CBS.
PlayStation Vue- A Possible Option to Live Stream Oregon Basketball
Sony has a streaming service, similar to Sling TV, called PlayStation Vue. You can live stream cable TV channels and it will allow you to watch Oregon basketball online if you subscribe. Channels included that will be helpful in watching college basketball in general are FOX, FS1, TBS, TNT, ESPN, and ESPN2. All of these channels are included in the introductory package on PlayStation Vue, which now costs $39.99 per month. Overall, there are over 60 channels in the package that can be live streamed on your phone, tablet, computer, or TV with Amazon Fire TV or Chromecast.
Even though PlayStation Vue is great to watch Oregon basketball live stream on multiple channels the real setback is availability. Currently, PlayStation Vue is only available in seven select cities – San Francisco, New York City, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, and Miami. If you are in of these areas then definitely check out our review on PlayStation Vue to learn more and figure out if you want to use it to watch Oregon basketball online.
If you want to learn even more about all these options and more, check out our full guide on watching college basketball online.