A college basketball championship game is a national spectacle that is often seen as a way to bring fans closer to their favorite teams.
For a team that is not playing the entire schedule, however, the game can be an overwhelming experience for fans.
Here’s how you can watch the game on television, on the internet, and on mobile devices.
NCAA Tournament schedule Watch the NCAA Tournament on CBS Sports.com on Thursday.
The NCAA Tournament is a regular season tournament with the winners advancing to the College Basketball Playoffs, which are the tournament’s top two seeds.
The first round of the NCAA Championship begins on Monday, June 6 with the first game between the top two teams from each conference.
The second round will begin on Saturday, June 13 with the final game between two of the top three teams from the conference.
NCAA Championship Game Watch the NBA Playoffs on NBA TV.
Watch the NFL Playoffs on CBS or NBC Sports Live Extra.
Watch NCAA Tournament games on ESPN.
Watch NBA playoff games on WatchESPN.
Watch NFL playoffs on NFL.com.
NCAA Basketball schedule Watch NCAA Basketball on CBS, CBS Sports Network, CBSSportsNetwork.com, or on mobile.
Watch all NCAA Basketball games on ABC, CBS, NBC, and ESPN.
The 2017 NCAA Tournament will be held on the court of Charlotte Bobcats basketball.
The tournament features 16 teams in a tournament that consists of four quarters and a quarterfinal game.
The top two finishers from each of the four regions of the tournament advance to the NCAA championship game.
ESPN will televise the NCAA tournament games.
CBS will televizethe Final Four and the NCAA Tourney semifinals and the Final Four championship game, while NBC will televiseto the NCAA Women’s Basketball tournament.
The Final Four is the final four of the men’s college basketball tournament and is also the first women’s tournament of the event.
Watch college basketball on ESPN or CBSSports Network or watch the NCAA Men will be played on CBS and NBC Sportslive Extra.
ESPN and CBS will have live coverage of the 2017 NBA Playoffs, while ABC, NBC Sports and ESPN will have the Final Five and NCAA Tournament semifinals.