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How to watch the 2022 Pac-12 tournament via live stream, with a free trial

The 2022 Pac-12 tournament gets underway on Wednesday afternoon. We go over how to live stream all the action and how to watch with a free trial.

Arizona Wildcats center Christian Koloko (35) reacts after a dunk during the second half against the Stanford Cardinal at McKale Center. Chris Coduto-USA TODAY Sports

The Pac-12 conference tournament is about set to get underway. The first round will take place on Wednesday, March 9th with four opening-round matchups. The tournament continues until the championship game on Saturday, March 12th. All of the tournament games will air on the Pac-12 Network other than a quarterfinal game and a semifinal game that will air on FS1 and the championship game airing on Fox.

The entire Pac-12 Tournament will be broadcast on the Pac-12 Network and Fox platforms, with the final scheduled for March 12 on Fox. You can also live stream all Pac-12 games via the Pac-12 Now app with a cable or streaming service login. If you don’t have a cable login to access the Pac-12, let’s just say you are not alone. But you can get a free trial from FuboTV or Sling TV to stream it if you choose, and for the FS1 and Fox games your cable provider should offer you a login for or the Fox Sports app.

The Pac-12 finished with three ranked teams in the Top 25. Arizona was a force to be reckoned with all season only dropping three games in the regular season. USC and UCLA didn’t fare as well but still lost only six games. Of the 12 teams in the conference, seven of them finished with a winning record against conference opponents which sets this conference tournament up to be really exciting.

Here’s what the full tournament schedule looks like, as well as what channel each game airs on. All times ET.

Wednesday, March 9

Game 1: No. 9 Stanford 71, No. 8 Arizona State 70
Game 2: No. 12 Oregon State 72, No. 5 Oregon 86
Game 3: No. 10 Cal 59, No. 7 Washington State 66
Game 4: No. 11 Utah 70, No. 6 Washington 82

Thursday, March 10

Game 5: No. 9 Stanford 80, No. 1 Arizona 84
Game 6: No. 5 Oregon 69, No. 4 Colorado 80
Game 7: No. 7 Washington State 65, No. 2 UCLA 75
Game 8: No. 6 Washington 61, No. 3 USC 65

Friday, March 11

Game 9: No. 1 Arizona 82, No. 4 Colorado 72
Game 10: No. 2 UCLA 69, No. 3 USC 59

Saturday, March 12 Final

Game 11: No. 2 UCLA 76, No. 1 Arizona 84