On March 9th, the Big 12 Conference Tournament will begin. The best teams in the conference look to improve their March Madness seeds and other teams look to sneak into the tournament as a Cinderella story by winning the conference tournament. Last season, the two best teams in the conference Kansas and Iowa State faced off in the tournament championship with the Iowa State Cyclones prevailing. Both teams ultimately were upset by 14 seeds during the March Madness tournament last year. Want to catch a Big 12 Tournament live stream?
It will certainly be an exciting Big 12 Tournament this season. The top six teams in the Big 12 are currently ranked in the AP Top 25. Kansas and Oklahoma are both in the hunt at the moment to secure a one seed in the March Madness tournament. If you are interested in watching the Big 12 tournament live stream without cable, you are in luck. Sling TV will be your go to service, because it includes the ESPN family of networks and will broadcast the entirety of the Big 12 Tournament streaming. Keep reading to learn more.
Watch a Big 12 Tournament Live Stream with Sling TV
Subscription streaming service Sling TV separate itself from other cable alternatives by allowing subscribers to easily watch their favorite TV shows and live sporting events without a cable package. Sling TV will be your best option to watch the Big 12 Tournament streaming, since it includes several ESPN channels in its subscription.
The starting package features more than 20 channels normally only accessed by having a cable package. TBS, TNT, AMC, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3 (Accessed on WatchESPN with your Sling TV login) are all available to subscribers via a live stream. During March, you can easily watch Big 12 Tournament online and afterwards you can live stream March Madness games as well. The best part is this whole package only costs $20 per month.
If you would like to include even more channels you may pay an extra $5 per month for an add-on package. In particular, the Sports Extra package will likely be helpful to catch even more of the Big 12 Tournament streaming, since it includes channels like ESPN Goal Line, ESPNU, ESPNews, and others. Check the Big 12 Tournament schedule in order to see when and on what channel each game will be airing.
Sling TV can be watched on the majority of popular devices including tablets, computers, phones, Roku, and Chromecast. If you want to learn even more about Sling TV check out our full review here. Or, if you want to try Sling TV and even watch Big 12 Tournament online free you can sign up for the free 7-day trial.
Right now, Sling TV is running an awesome limited-time offer. When you subscribe to three months of Sling TV you get the choice of a free Roku 2 or half-off a Roku 3. To put this into perspective, Sling TV for three months cost you $60 and the Roku 2 retails at $69.99. No matter how you look at that it is a great deal considering you are basically getting the Roku 2 for $10 off and Sling TV as an added bonus for three months. Sling TV is certainly the best way to watch a Big 12 Tournament live stream if you don’t have cable.
Watch or Listen to Live Big 12 Sports with College Sports Live
CBS’s College Sports Live has partnerships with more than 100 colleges in the United States. The partnership allows CBS to broadcast over 18,000 college sporting events live each year. The events are broadcast either via live audio and/or video streams on the College Sports Live website. Several teams in the Big 12 are included in the partnered schools and broadcast their games on College Sports Live (review). So, you’ll be able to watch select Big 12 tournament live stream, but selection is limited.
The majority of the basketball games are live audio streams, but you can check the schedule to be sure. Plus, College Sports Live broadcasts tons of other college sports like soccer, lacrosse, baseball, track and field, and football. A subscription is either $99.95 a year or $9.95 per month.
Big 12 Tournament Schedule
All games played in Kansas City, MO
All games on ESPN Networks available on Sling TV
Opening Round: March 9 (ESPNU)
Game 1: No. 9 vs. No. 8, 7:00 p.m. ET
Game 2: No. 10 vs. No. 7, 9:30 p.m. ET
Quarterfinals: March 10
Game 3: Winner Game 1 vs. No. 1, 12:30 p.m. ET (ESPN2)
Game 4: No. 5 vs. No. 4, 3:00 p.m. ET (ESPN2)
Game 5: Winner Game 2 vs. No. 2, 7:00 p.m. ET (ESPNU)
Game 6: No. 6 vs. No. 3, 9:30 p.m. ET (ESPNU)
Semifinals: March 11 (ESPN/ESPN2)
Game 7: Winner Game 3 vs. Winner Game 4, 7:00 p.m. ET
Game 8: Winner Game 5 vs. Winner Game 6, 9:30 p.m. ET
Championship: March 12 (ESPN)
Game 9: Winner Game 7 vs. Winner Game 8, 6:00 p.m. ET
Learn More on Watching College Basketball without Cable
If you are interested in watching college basketball the rest of the regular season check out our main guide to learn how to watch college basketball online. March Madness will be coming directly after the Big 12 Tournament and we covered how to watch the entire tournament without cable in our March Madness streaming guide.
Read more about the Big 12 Tournament at the official Big 12 Conference website.