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Final Four live streams: How to watch 2021 NCAA semifinal, title games for free without cable



March Madness live streams: How to watch 2021 NCAA Tournament games for free without cable

The 2021 NCAA Tournament has progressed to the Final Four. Gonzaga, Baylor, Houston, and Cinderella UCLA will be squaring off in the Final Four and national title game to decide the 2021 NCAA champion.

These games will surely be exciting to watch, especially with Gonzaga just two wins away from potentially pulling off the first undefeated season since the 32-0 Indiana Hoosiers in 1976. Cord-cutters will want to get in on the action, and luckily, there are plenty of ways for them to experience the end of March Madness without a TV.

The Final Four and national title game will be broadcast on CBS this year. There are numerous site-specific and streaming-only options for cable-cutters to utilize that carry CBS. Many of them don’t require a TV subscription and come with free trials.

Below is a complete breakdown of live streaming options for the 2021 Final Four games:

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March Madness Final Four live streams 2021

The 2021 NCAA Tournament is large enough that multiple networks have to broadcast the games in the early rounds through the Elite Eight. However, the Final Four and national title games are carried exclusively on one network. This year, CBS will be broadcasting all the games this year.

As a result, when looking at streaming services to watch the Final Four games on, the question is simple. Do they carry CBS? Almost every option does, so there will be plenty of options of how to watch the final March Madness games.

Below are the streaming options for the Final Four in 2021:

How to watch the 2021 Final Four for free without cable

College basketball fans with cable subscriptions will be able to watch the game on CBS and they will also be able to stream it free via NCAA March Madness live with a cable subscription.

There are also multiple streaming sites that carry CBS and come with free trials upon sign up. Notably, Paramount+, fuboTV, Hulu Plus Live TV and YouTube TV all offer free trials, so they can be used to watch the final three games of the college basketball season.

Can I watch the Final Four on YouTube TV?

Yes. YouTube TV includes CBS in its package, so the Final Four will be available on the site. There is a two-week free trial upon signup for YouTube TV.

Can I watch the Final Four on Hulu?

Yes. Hulu Plus Live TV includes CBS in its package. There is a one-week free trial upon signup for a Hulu live TV package.

Can I watch the Final Four on AT&T TV Now?

Yes. AT&T TV Now includes CBS. However, there is no free trial for AT&T TV Now.

Can I watch the Final Four on fuboTV?

Yes. FuboTV includes CBS in its listings. FuboTV offers a seven-day free trial upon signup.

Can I watch the Final Four on Sling TV?

No. Sling TV does not include CBS in either of its packages, so the Final Four won’t be available via that service.

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Anthony Edwards has no idea who Alex Rodriguez, potential Timberwolves owner, is



Anthony Edwards has no idea who Alex Rodriguez, potential Timberwolves owner, is

Anthony Edwards, meet Alex Rodriguez: Your potential future boss. Oh, and only one of the most singularly talented, charismatic and controversial MLB players this millennium.

As Rodriguez and e-commerce billionaire Marc Lore continue to finalize a deal with current Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor to take over the Minnesota franchise, reporters began asking current players their thoughts on their potential new boss.

But Edwards, the rookie out of Georgia, has no idea who Rodriguez is, as this exceptionally funny video showcases:

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Hey, at least he’s honest. And the explanation that he simply doesn’t watch baseball — as if only MLB fans know Rodriguez — is pure comedy. It’s not as if Edwards doesn’t understand the sport of baseball, either. In the video below, he describes how he was talented enough as a multi-athlete star to play in MLB had he decided to take that career route:

To be fair, Edwards, 19, wasn’t even born yet when Rodriguez began his MLB career in 1994 with the Seattle Mariners. And he was just 15 years old when Rodriguez hung up the cleats for the final time after the 2016 season.

Still, you’d think he would have at least heard of someone who was a 14-time All-Star selection, three-time AL MVP, two-time Gold Glove Award winner and 10-time Silver Slugger Award winner, among other accolades. And that’s to say nothing of his controversial PED use, which cost Rodriguez the entirety of the 2014 season due to suspension.

Look at it this way: If Rodriguez ends up gaining ownership of the Timberwolves, Edwards will have plenty of future opportunities to learn more about his new boss.

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Aaron Rodgers has perfect response for ‘Jeopardy!’ contestants who whiff on Packers question



Aaron Rodgers has perfect response for 'Jeopardy!' contestants who whiff on Packers question

Who are the Green Bay Packers?

Only one of the most historic franchises in the history of the NFL, owner of 13 championships and four Super Bowl victories and the current team of “Jeopardy!” guest host Aaron Rodgers. Oh, and a question on Tuesday’s episode.

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Unfortunately, all three contestants whiffed on the question after Rodgers’ introduction: “In the 1960s, these Midwesterners earned five NFL championship trophies.” Rodgers, of course, referred to Vince Lombardi’s Packers, who won titles in 1961, ’62, ’65, ’66 and ’67 — the latter two Super Bowl victories.

To make matters worse, one of the contestants then managed to correctly guess the Boston Celtics as the team to win the NBA title every year from 1959-66.

At the very least, it afforded viewers the opportunity to watch Rodgers show off his comedic chops. He clearly has picked up a few tricks from his discount double check and State Farm ad appearances. It certainly will do nothing to curb his enthusiasm for hosting the show full-time — while also serving as quarterback for the Packers.

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Jake Paul accused of sexual assault by TikTok star



Jake Paul accused of sexual assault by TikTok star

YouTube personality-turned-boxer Jake Paul has been accused of sexual assault.

Paul’s accuser, Jasmine Paradise, posted a 20-minute YouTube video on Friday in which she claimed Paul sexually assaulted her at his Team 10 house in Los Angeles. Paradise is a TikTok star with more than 525,000 followers.

In the video, Paradise focused on events she said occurred in June and July 2019; she said she met Paul at his home in July of that year after visiting his house several times with friends starting in June. In the video, Paradise said she and Paul had several awkward encounters at first, but that one night he pulled her into a corner of his studio area and began kissing her. She said she “was fine with that. I did think he was cute.”

Afterward, however, Paradise said Paul took her into his room and began to show frustration at her reluctance to have sex with him. She said he forced her to have oral sex after she told him “No” several times.

“Sex is very special and very important to me,” Paradise said in the video. “But I haven’t had sex with that many people. Normally, everybody respects me when I don’t want to do sexual things, so I thought that it was fine if I went in his room. I thought it would be fine to kiss him, because I thought he would stop if I didn’t want to do anything else.

“He didn’t ask for consent or anything. He knew I didn’t want to do anything with him because he said, ‘If nothing is gonna happen, what’s the point?’ Then he shoves himself in me.

“That’s not okay. On no level at all is that okay.”

Paradise also posted several text conversations between her and Paul, as well as photos and videos of her at his Team 10 house, as proof of her allegations in the video.

Daniel E. Gardenswartz, Paul’s lawyer, said his client “categorically denied” Paradise’s claims in a statement (via the New York Post).

“Our client is aware of the recent allegation against him. While others have already begun to debunk the claim alleged against him, our client categorically denies the allegation and has every intention of aggressively disproving it and pursuing legal action against those responsible for the defamation of his character.”

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