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How to Watch Duke Blue Devils Live March Madness 2024

NCAA Basketball: NCAA Tournament Second Round-Duke vs James Madison
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This post was written in partnership with Sling TV.

The Duke Blue Devils are back to show that they can hold their own without Coach K. Friday, the Sweet 16 begins and the Blue Devils take on the Houston Cougars on CBS. This March Madness, you have plenty of options to watch the Blue Devils take the court, and live TV streaming services make it possible. Here’s how to keep up with No. 4 Duke basketball this tournament season.

Where can you Stream Duke Blue Devils March Madness Games?

All March Madness games will be broadcast on TBS, TNT, TruTV, and CBS live this year. Below are some of the top options to catch all the action.

ChannelSling TVDIRECTV
Hulu + Live TVYouTube TVMaxFuboParamount Plus

Watch the Duke Blue Devils on Sling TV (Our preferred service)

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
Orange & Blue$5546+No

Of all streaming platforms, Sling TV offers the best value. With affordable plans to choose from that give you much more than TBS, TNT, and TruTV, you’ll be happy long after the Blue Devils tournament run is over. Don’t miss out on half off your first month with any package you select.

Watch the Duke Blue Devils on DIRECTV STREAM

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial

DIRECTV STREAM is one of the top options for sports-loving cord-cutters, but it’s definitely not the cheapest choice if you want to max out your coverage. Good news is that with any package, you’ll have full coverage of every March Madness game this season.

Watch the Duke Blue Devils on Hulu + Live TV

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
Live TV Only$75.9990+No
Hulu + Live TV$76.9990+No
Hulu (No Ads) + Live TV$89.9990+No

If you want to be sure you can keep up with Duke basketball during March Madness, Hulu + Live TV has you covered. You don’t need any upgrades or add-ons, and you’ll get plenty of extra entertainment thrown in with the Disney Bundle.

Watch the Duke Blue Devils on YouTube TV

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
Base Plan$72.99110+Yes

YouTube TV is a great option for Blue Devils fans who want a more balanced, cable-like streaming plan. The basic plan includes every game on the four major networks, plus plenty of extra entertainment and sports and loads of customization options.

Watch the Duke Blue Devils on Max

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
With Ads$9.99 B/R SportsNo
Ad-Free$15.99B/R SportsNo
Ultimate Ad-Free$19.99B/R SportsNo

Max is throwing in their B/R Sports add-on which will give subscribers access to TNT, TBS, and TruTV. Look to Paramount Plus to round out your coverage with CBS so you won’t need to stress about any games the rest of March.

Watch the Duke Blue Devils on Fubo

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
Pro$79.99 169+Yes

Unfortunately, Fubo doesn’t have the full streaming coverage of March Madness channels like it sometimes does. Only boasting CBS on their channel list, you’ll need a service like Sling TV to fill in the remainder of coverage you’ll need.

Watch the Duke Blue Devils on Paramount Plus

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
Essential$5.99 20+Yes
With SHOWTIME$11.9920+Yes

Paramount Plus gives you the ability to stream every game that the Blue Devils are broadcasted on CBS. Without TBS, TNT, or TruTV look towards Sling TV or Max to pair with and round out your coverage for this years tournament.


How can I watch the Duke Blue Devils?

Duke basketball games air on various networks throughout the season, including ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, and ACC Network. While you can watch ABC on an over-the-air antenna, you’ll need a cable or streaming subscription to watch the other channels.

What sport is Duke University known for?

Duke is known for excellence across many sports, but its men’s basketball team is its flagship athletic program. The Blue Devils have won five NCAA Division I basketball championships.

Which city is Duke University in?

Duke University is located in Durham, North Carolina.

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