Cable TV was the old way of watching Louisville basketball games. The new ways of streaming live Cardinal games are through online streaming services like Sling TV, DirecTV Now, Hulu, Playstation Vue and/or Youtube Unplugged.
These Live TV services have different packages, but they are similar in terms of the sports channels they broadcast. Many of Louisville’s basketball games are going to be streamed live on the ESPN Network so any service you sign up to must have ESPN.
Watch Louisville Games on Sling TV Even for Free
This is the ultimate and most reliable live TV service on the market. With a channel list similar to that cable television, Sling TV is one of the best kept secret for watching sports without cable.
The cost for Sling TV will run you around $20 per month for the entry level package, while an extra $5 will get additional sports channels like ESPNU, beIN SPORTS, SEC Network, PAC 12 Network , NBA TV and more.
Enjoying Louisville Basketball live stream at the comfort of your own home without cable is made possible because of Sling TV, and a host of other services.
If you are a T-Mobile customer, Sling TV has sweetened the deal, as you can get Sling TV for $14 per month including a free 7-day trial.
You can also enjoy th channels like TNT, TBS and the WatchESPN App on any device including the Apple TV, iPhone and iPad.
Stream ACC Games on Play Station Vue
This is another premium platform that can allow you to watch Louisville basketball online without cable television. You stream games on the iOS devices, on the tablets, Smartphones, and TVs.
Vue is a little bit more expensive than that of Sling TV, It is going to cost you around $30 for the entry level plan. Vue has some unique channels that other services don’t have, plus they allow 5 simultaneous streams.
Direct TV Now, Youtube Unplugged & Hulu Plus
These three platforms have different packages, but all carry popular sport channels like ABC, ESPN, ESPNU, FOX Sports and TNT. DirecTV Now is much more dominant than the others simply because they are owned by mega tech company, AT&T. DirecTV Now has about four different price plans, but the introductory package should be more than enough as it starts at $35 for 100 channels.
Youtube unplugged and Hulu hasn’t quite yet released their TV paclages, but like DirecTV Now carries a host of sports channels that mirrors cable television. Whether you decide to sign up with DirecTV Now or Sling TV, you will be paying significantly less than cable TV.