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How to Watch Oregon Basketball Online without Cable

By February 23, 2017 March 2nd, 2017 No Comments

Watch Oregon Ducks Basketball Online

The Oregon Ducks are one of the best teams in the nation and also have one of the most impressive fan bases in college basketball. You’ll be glad to hear you can now watch Oregon Ducks basketball online from multiple sources, even if you cut cable. During the year, there will be games broadcast on several channels like the PAC 12 Network, FOX, FS1, and ESPN Networks. All of these can be easily live streamed.

Also, come March Madness you’ll want access to TNT, TBS, truTV, and CBS to watch all of the NCAA Tournament games. Thankfully, these also can legally be watched live without needing to pay for cable. The below guide has all the information you’ll need, so keep reading to get ready to watch the Ducks this year.

The Top Way to Watch Oregon Ducks Basketball Online is Sling TV

Watch Oregon Ducks Basketball Online

Sling TV will easily let you watch an Oregon Ducks game live stream. You can watch on either the Sling Orange or Sling Blue starting package. Or, you can always get the Sling Orange + Sling Blue package for $40 per month. Regardless of the package, you can watch the PAC 12 Network through the Sports Extra add-on package for just $5 more per month.

Sling Orange features ESPN networks for watching games and costs $20 per month. On Sling Blue, you can watch games broadcast by FS1 or FOX, which is available in certain areas. The Blue package costs $25 per month.

Either of these packages can be used to watch TBS or TNT on Sling TV (review), which will let you watch Oregon game online during March Madness. But, to watch the truTV March Madness games you’ll need either the combined package or Sling Blue.

If you want to use Sling TV to watch Oregon Duck basketball online free you can start a 7-day free trial of the service. Also, make sure to check out the Roku streaming device deals available for new Sling TV subscribers.

DIRECTV NOW -Another Great Option to Watch Oregon Ducks Basketball Online

Watch Oregon Ducks Basketball Online

AT&T’s streaming service, DIRECTV NOW, will let you watch Oregon game online throughout the season. You can watch any games, including during March Madness, if they come on ESPN, ESPN2, TBS, TNT, FS1, or FOX in certain locations. These all are included in the $35 per month starting package on DIRECTV NOW.

This will be another way to watch an Oregon Ducks game streaming free since there’s a weeklong free trial on DIRECTV NOW as well. If you have any more questions, check out our review of the service for more information.

You Can Watch Oregon Ducks Basketball Online with CBS All Access

Watch Oregon Ducks Basketball Online

One of the additional ways to watch Oregon game online is CBS All Access. It’ll be helpful for March Madness since you can live stream everything CBS is broadcasting for a starting price of $5.99 per month. The price goes up to $9.99 per month if you want to stream games without any commercials. You can try out the service free for a week if you’re interested. There are more details on the service in our CBS All Access review.


FuboTV is A Solid Option to Watch Oregon Ducks Basketball Online

Watch Oregon Ducks Basketball Online

There’s another streaming service that offers a way to get an Oregon Ducks game live stream, fuboTV. The service will let you watch any games on FS1, regardless of your location, and FOX, in specific areas. This is a streaming service for diehard sports fans and offers more than 70 channels to stream in total. The starting price is $35 per month and you can get more information on the service in our review here.

You can get an Oregon Ducks basketball game streaming free if you start a trial on fuboTV now!


If you have any more questions, you should check out our full college basketball guide for cable cutters. Or, if you want to get ready for the NCAA Tournament, check out our March Madness guide.

Matt Pelletier

Author Matt Pelletier

Matt Pelletier reports on the streaming industry as it relates to sports media, providing coverage on how to watch live sports without cable. Disclosure: Streaming Observer is supported by readers. Articles may contain referral links. For more information, see the disclosure at the bottom of the page.

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