Looking for a place to watch the Kansas Jayhawks basketball team this season? Here are some of the best places to catch them in action!
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The Kansas Jayhawks are set to take on the Duke Blue Devils in the opening round of the NCAA tournament on March 19th. If you’re looking for where to watch Kansas basketball this season, ESPN is the place to be. ESPN will televise all of Kansas’ games this season, so you can catch every minute of the action.
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Kansas basketball fans can watch every game this season on Sling TV. Sling TV is a streaming service that offers ESPN and other channels for a monthly fee. You can watch Sling TV on your computer, phone, or streaming device.
To watch Kansas basketball on Sling TV, you will need the “Sling Orange” package. This package includes ESPN and costs $25 per month. You can sign up for a 7-day free trial of Sling TV to watch Kansas basketball for free.
Once you sign up for Sling TV, you can watch Kansas basketball games live on your computer, phone, or streaming device. You can also record games to watch later with the “DVR Cloud” feature.