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ACC men’s basketball is in full swing, with matches taking place from now until the 71st annual ACC tournament in early March (and of course the March Madness NCAA men’s basketball tournament, for the teams lucky enough to make the cut).
Whether you’re currently in school or are an alum looking to continue supporting your college’s team, there are plenty of opportunities to watch the games live — especially if you aren’t able to travel to watch games in-person.
Clear your schedule this weekend, as Friday (Nov. 17) will see a slew of ACC teams in the mix, Duke going up against Bucknell at 6 p.m. ET, NC State playing Charleston Southern at 7 p.m. ET, Wake Forest facing Towson at 7 p.m. ET, Pitt playing Jacksonville at 7 p.m. ET, Florida State facing in-state rival Florida at 7 p.m. ET, and North Carolina up against U.C. Riverside at 8 p.m. ET.
If that isn’t enough college basketball for you, then you can also catch the Massachusetts match-up of Boston College vs. Harvard on Saturday (Nov. 18) at 5 p.m. ET, while Sunday (Nov. 19) sees Clemson playing Boise State at 1 p.m. ET, Louisville facing Texas at 3:30 p.m. ET, and Virginia Tech versus Wottford at 5 p.m. ET.
Keep reading to learn how to take advantage of Sling TV’s affordable streaming options to watch ACC men’s college basketball.
How to Watch ACC Men’s Basketball on Sling TV
ACC men’s basketball can be viewed on the ACC Network or through ESPN channels. If you have cable, then you can view the games for no additional cost — just check with your cable provider’s channel guide to find the exact channel.
The Orange plan includes ESPN as well as 31 additional channels, so you can watch the ACC men’s basketball games and more. Plus, you’ll have access to DVR storage to watch or rewatch matches later on. The Blue plan includes 40 channels (not including ESPN) and if you want the most content offerings, then you can combine the two plans for just $27.50 (regularly $55) for the first month and get all the channels, DVR storage and the ability to stream on more than one device.
Sling TV is also flexible, meaning there’s no annual contract and you can cancel at any time as well as personalize your plan to fit your needs.
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