The 2017 NCAA Tournament will reach its conclusion this weekend with the Final Four on Saturday before the national championship game on Monday. South Carolina and Gonzaga, both playing their first ever Final Fours, will square off in the first matchup, while Oregon and North Carolina will follow. The games are being played at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, and will be televised on CBS. Here is everything you need to know about the games, and where you can watch them if you can't get to a TV.
*game time is approximate
Where to Watch
The NCAA website will air the games on their website. Heading over to NCAA.com is going to be the easiest way to stream the game live and online this year.
NCAA March Madness Live App
This one should be the go-to app, and it's on both iTunes and Google Play. You can stream every game live on the app, although you might need a TV service provider log-in for some.
Those three options are the legal and safe routes, but there is the illegally streaming route. But first, a note...
Don't download anything from any of these sites. Some have very creative pop-ups that tell you you need to download a video player to watch, or that your player is out of date. That isn't true, and none of these streams require anything other than Flash (which 99.9% of you have on your computer already).
Disclaimer: Chat Sports does not encourage the illegal streaming of games, but we’re not naive enough to pretend that it doesn’t happen. Stream at your own risk (and don’t download anything from these sites – it’s like the Wild West out there).