Watch Kentucky vs. Gonzaga basketball: Stream without cable
Kentucky Wildcats and Gonzaga Bulldogs face off in a college basketball showdown. Watch the game live on CBS or streaming services.
College basketball fans are in for a treat as the Kentucky Wildcats and Gonzaga men's basketball teams gear up to face off in a highly anticipated non-conference contest at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky. Scheduled for Saturday, February 10 at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT, this game is set to be a thrilling showdown.
With a current overall record of 16-6, the No. 17 ranked Kentucky Wildcats are coming off a dominant 109-77 victory over Vanderbilt. Antonio Reeves delivered a standout performance, contributing 24 points, six rebounds, and two assists in the win.
On the other side, the Gonzaga men's basketball team boasts a 17-6 overall record and is fresh off a 96-64 victory against Portland. Anton Watson led the charge for Gonzaga with 20 points, five rebounds, and four assists.
The head coaches for the respective teams are John Calipari for the Kentucky Wildcats and Mark Few for the Gonzaga Bulldogs.
For those looking to catch the action live, the Kentucky Wildcats vs. Gonzaga men's basketball game will be broadcast on CBS at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT on Saturday, February 10. However, if you're considering live streaming options, services like Paramount+ and FuboTV can provide access to the game without the need for cable or satellite TV.
Paramount+ offers a cost-effective solution, with new subscribers eligible for a seven-day free trial and the option to stream CBS and the game for $11.99/month. Students can also take advantage of a 25% discount.
For those seeking a more comprehensive channel lineup, FuboTV's Pro plan offers a seven-day free trial and access to over 250 live TV channels, including CBS for the Kentucky vs. Gonzaga men's basketball game, at a rate of $79.99 per month.
With offerings from both Paramount+ and FuboTV, college basketball enthusiasts can look forward to an exciting matchup between the Wildcats and Bulldogs without the constraints of traditional cable or satellite TV. Whether you're cheering for Kentucky or Gonzaga, these streaming services provide a convenient way to catch all the action on the court.