How to Watch The Pac-12 Tournament

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How to Watch The Pac-12 Tournament


This is March! With the regular season winding down in the men’s college basketball season, that means it’s just about time for March Madness. March Madness begins with the conference tournaments, and the Pac-12 Tournament rarely disappoints. If you’re wondering how to watch the Pac-12 Tournament, we got you covered!

All 12 schools in the conference will participate in the Pac-12 Tournament which takes place at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Conference winning percentage decides the seedings for the tournament. Ties will be settled by pre-determined tiebreakers set by the conference.

Last year’s Pac-12 Tournament winner was the Arizona Wildcats. Arizona will be one of the favorites again this season along with UCLA.

How to Watch The Pac-12 Tournament – Schedule

First Round – Wednesday, March 8th – Pac-12 Network

  • Game 1 (12:00 pm PT) – No. 8 Seed vs No. 9 Seed
  • Game 2 (2:30 pm PT) – No. 5 Seed vs No. 12 Seed
  • Game 3 (6:00 pm PT) – No. 7 Seed vs No. 10 Seed
  • Game 4 (8:30 pm PT) – No. 6 Seed vs No. 11 Seed

Quarterfinals – Thursday, March 9th – Pac-12 Network/ESPN

  • Game 5 (12:00 pm PT) – No. 1 Seed vs Game 1 Winner
  • Game 6 (2:30 pm PT) – No. 4 Seed vs Game 2 Winner
  • Game 7 (6:00 pm PT) – No. 2 Seed vs Game 3 Winner
  • Game 8 (8:30 pm PT) – No. 3 Seed vs Game 4 Winner

Semifinals – Friday, March 10th – Pac-12 Network/ESPN

  • Game 9 (6:00 pm PT) – Game 5 Winner vs Game 6 Winner
  • Game 10 (8:30 pm PT) – Game 7 Winner vs Game 8 Winner

Championship – Saturday, March 11th – ESPN

  • Game 11 (7:30 pm PT) – Game 9 Winner vs Game 10 Winner

How to Stream The Pac-12 Tournament

You can stream the Pac-12 Tournament using just about any streaming service. Most games will be available on ESPN+. You can also watch with FuboTV.

Author: Matt Rooney

Matt is from the Chicagoland area and has been working in Chicago sports since 2015 with stops at WGN Radio, the Chicago Blackhawks, Stadium, and NBC Sports Chicago prior to landing at Betsperts. Matt covers just about everything for Betsperts and Bleacher Nation but focuses on the NHL and college football.