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Most years LSU has strong basketball teams and the women’s team won the March Madness final in 2023. You can watch every game and you don’t need cable to do it. Read on to learn how.
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Louisiana State University’s basketball programs both possess a tremendous amount of history.
On the men’s side, Pete Maravich averaged 44 points per game during his time in Baton Rouge. Meanwhile, Sylvia Fowles and Seimone Augustus proved pivotal to the women’s team’s historic successes.
Both programs have numerous Final Four appearances to their names: four for the men, five for the women.
How can you watch the LSU Tigers burn up the hardwood? Generally, through ESPN-related outlets.
Channels to Watch LSU Tigers Basketball
ESPN owns the rights to the vast majority of LSU basketball games. This is the case for nearly all home games, both conference and non-conference, as well as away contests in SEC play.
For example, in 2022-23, these types of LSU games were shown by the SEC Network, SEC Network+, ESPN, and ESPN2 while a couple of home men’s games were featured on ESPNU.
CBS and ABC are other possibilities for these types of games although neither was the case for LSU’s teams during their respective 2022-23 campaigns.
With that said, do note that non-conference matchups that take place away from Baton Rouge are subject to different television and streaming arrangements. In 2022-23, some of these types of games for both the men’s and women’s teams were streamed by FloHoops while the LSU-Tulane women’s matchup that was played in New Orleans was available through ESPN+, and another two were streamed by YouTube.
Streaming LSU Tigers Basketball
Because of all the interest in LSU and the Southeastern Conference more generally, you have your pick of streaming services:
- Fubo (formerly FuboTV): Get 130+ live TV channels with a strong sports focus starting at $74.99/mo. (Fubo review)
- Sling TV: The Orange plan ($40.00/mo) features ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3. Add Sports Extra ($11/mo) and get SEC Network along with other channels like MLB Network, NBA TV, and NHL Network. (Sling TV review) (March Madness coverage and schedule)
- DIRECTV STREAM: Get the Choice plan ($99.99/mo) and stream all of the NCAA and much more. (DIRECTV STREAM review)
- Hulu + Live TV: Comes with 85+ live TV channels along with Disney+ and ESPN+ for $69.99/mo. (Hulu Live review)
- Vidgo: This is a great 110+-channel plan for NCAA fans for $69.99/mo. (Vidgo review)
- YouTube TV: Get 100+ channels for $72.99/mo.
Other than Vidgo (which offers a trial), all the streaming services include a cloud DVR in their base plans. And other than Sling Orange, all the services offer you streaming on multiple devices at the same time.
You can live stream on apps for most devices in use. All streaming services support Amazon Fire TV, Android Mobile, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iPhones/iPads, Roku, and web browsers. And Fubo, Sling TV, Hulu Live, and YouTube support many others.
LSU Tigers Basketball
The purple and gold have been playing basketball since 1908-09 in the case of the LSU men’s program and since 1975-76 as far as the women’s team goes.
Both squads as well as the school’s women’s volleyball and gymnastics teams play home events at 13,215-seat Pete Maravich Assembly Center. That facility opened in 1972.
LSU does not really have a heated rival in basketball although one is developing with South Carolina in women’s hoops thanks to the strength of both programs.
There is potential for one with in-state opponent Tulane, but they have not played since 2008 on the men’s side while LSU’s women’s program is not generally tested by the Green Wave. Being in different conferences does not help rivalry-wise.
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LSU Tigers Men’s Basketball
The LSU men’s basketball team had a nice five-year run under the tutelage of head coach Will Wade, making the NIT his first season and the NCAA Tournament his second, fourth, and fifth. However, he was let go by the school prior to the NCAA Tournament in 2022 in lieu of the NCAA uncovering potential violations.
Things went downhill quickly afterward as all 13 players who were due to return for the team’s 2022-23 season left instead, and the Tigers are battling to stay out of the SEC’s basement.
This season, Matt McMahon took over as head coach after having much success at Murray State the last 7 seasons.
Those who are hoping for some late-season magic and are contributing the most for the 2022-23 Tigers include KJ Williams (points-per-game/steals/rebounds leader), Justice Hill (assists), Adam Miller, Derek Fountain, Jalen Reed, Cam Hayes, and Trae Hannibal.
Historically, LSU has made the NCAA Tournament 24 times, advancing to the Final Four four of those, in 1953, 1981, 1986, and 2006. The team also has a recent Sweet 16 appearance, which occurred in 2019.
However, the program may be best known for Pete Maravich, who set NCAA Division I records in points scored (3,667) and points per game (44.2) while playing for the Tigers from 1967-70. Those marks still stand to this day. Incredibly, he was able to set the total points record despite not playing his freshman season, which was not allowed by the NCAA at that time.
2022-23 Men’s Basketball Schedule
- Wed Nov 9 : vs Kansas City (SECN+) W 74-63
- Sat Nov 12 : vs Arkansas State (SECN+) W 61-52
- Thu Nov 17 : vs New Orleans (SECN+) W 91-62
- Mon Nov 21 : vs Illinois State (FloHoops) W 77-61
- Tue Nov 22 : vs Akron (FloHoops) W 73-58
- Wed Nov 23 : vs Kansas State (FloHoops) L 59-61
- Sun Nov 27 : vs Wofford (SECN+) W 78-75
- Fri Dec 2 : vs UT Arlington (SECN+) W 63-59
- Sat Dec 10 : vs Wake Forest (ESPNU) W 72-70
- Tue Dec 13 : vs North Carolina Central (SECN) W 67-57
- Sat Dec 17 : vs Winthrop (SECN) W 89-81
- Wed Dec 21 : vs East Tennessee State (SECN+) W 72-68
- Wed Dec 28 : vs Arkansas (ESPN2) W 60-57
- Tue Jan 3 : vs Kentucky (ESPN) L 71-74
- Sat Jan 7 : vs Texas A&M (SECN) L 56-69
- Tue Jan 10 : vs Florida (SECN) L 56-67
- Sat Jan 14 : vs Alabama (ESPN) L 66-106
- Wed Jan 18 : vs Auburn (ESPN2) L 49-67
- Sat Jan 21 : vs Tennessee (ESPN) L 56-77
- Tue Jan 24 : vs Arkansas (ESPN2) L 40-60
- Sat Jan 28 : vs Texas Tech (ESPNU) L 68-76
- Wed Feb 1 : vs Missouri (SECN) L 77-87
- Sat Feb 4 : vs Alabama (ESPNU) L 69-79
- Wed Feb 8 : vs Mississippi State (SECN) L 53-64
- Sat Feb 11 : vs Texas A&M (SECN) L 62-74
- Tue Feb 14 : vs Georgia (SECN) L 63-65
- Sat Feb 18 : vs South Carolina (SECN) L 73-82
- Wed Feb 22 : vs Vanderbilt (SECN) W 84-77
- Sat Feb 25 : vs Ole Miss (SECN)
- Wed Mar 1 : vs Missouri (SECN)
- Sat Mar 4 : vs Florida (SECN)
- Mar 8 – Mar 12: SEC Tournament (TBA)
- Mar 14 – Apr 3: NCAA Tournament (TBA)
LSU Tigers Women’s Basketball
In a way, the LSU women’s basketball program is on the opposite trajectory as the men’s, failing to be selected to the NCAA Tournament in 2019 or 2021 but very much on the upswing now.
This improvement coincided with the appointment of legendary Baylor coach Kim Mulkey as head coach of the Tigers. In her first season in Baton Rouge, LSU went 26-6 and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament while her 2022-23 squad started its season with a 23-0 record.
Helping lead the way in 2022-23 are Angel Reese (points-per-game/steals/rebounds leader), Alexis Morris (assists), Flau’jae Johnson, LaDazhia Williams, and Jasmine Carson.
This program has five Women’s Final Four appearances to its credit. Interestingly, they came in consecutive years, from 2004-08, and the Tigers fell in the semifinal round all five times. LSU’s most significant postseason successes since then came in 2013 and 2014 with Sweet 16 appearances.
2022-23 Women’s Basketball Schedule
- Thu Oct 27 : vs Mississippi College(EXH) (SECN+) W 88-35
- Thu Nov 3 : vs Langston(EXH) (SECN+) W 121-46
- Mon Nov 7 : vs Bellarmine (SECN+) W 125-50
- Fri Nov 11 : vs Mississippi Valley State (SECN+) W 111-41
- Sun Nov 13 : vs Western Carolina (SECN) W 107-34
- Wed Nov 16 : vs Houston Christian (SECN+) W 101-47
- Sun Nov 20 : vs Northwestern State (SECN+) W 100-45
- Thu Nov 24 : vs George Mason (FloSports) W 80-52
- Sat Nov 26 : vs UAB (FloSports) W 99-64
- Tue Nov 29 : vs Southeastern Louisiana (SECN+) W 63-55
- Sun Dec 4 : vs Tulane (ESPN+) W 85-72
- Sun Dec 11: vs New Orleans (CANCELED)
- Wed Dec 14 : vs Lamar (SECN+) W 88-42
- Sat Dec 17 : vs Montana State (OSU Live Video) W 91-52
- Sun Dec 18 : vs Oregon State (OSU Live Video) W 87-55
- Thu Dec 29 : vs Arkansas (ESPN2) W 69-45
- Sun Jan 1 : vs Vanderbilt (SECN+) W 88-63
- Thu Jan 5 : vs Texas A&M (SECN) W 74-34
- Sun Jan 8 : vs Kentucky (SECN+) W 67-48
- Thu Jan 12 : vs Missouri (SECN) W 77-57
- Sun Jan 15 : vs Auburn (SECN+) W 84-54
- Thu Jan 19 : vs Arkansas (SECN) W 79-76
- Mon Jan 23 : vs Alabama (SECN) W 89-51
- Mon Jan 30 : vs Tennessee (ESPN2) W 76-68
- Thu Feb 2 : vs Georgia (SECN+) W 82-77 (OT)
- Sun Feb 5 : vs Texas A&M (ESPN2) W 72-66
- Sun Feb 12 : vs South Carolina (ESPN) L 64-88
- Thu Feb 16 : vs Ole Miss (SECN) W 69-60
- Sun Feb 19 : vs Florida (SECN) W 90-79
- Thu Feb 23 : vs Vanderbilt (SECN+) W 82-63
- Sun Feb 26 : vs Mississippi State (SECN)
- Fri Mar 3 : vs (TBD) SEC Tournament (SECN)
- Mar 15 – Apr 2: NCAA Tournament
Those looking to watch the LSU Tigers play generally need to gain access to ESPN, ESPN2, and the SEC Network in order to be set for the majority of the team’s games. Also keep in mind that CBS, TBS, TNT, or truTV will be necessary for NCAA Men’s Tournament games played by the Tigers, but that is likely not occurring in 2023.
We recommend Fubo for Tigers fans. Fubo allows you to try out its service with a free trial.
Watch Other College Basketball Teams
We have individual guides for many NCAA basketball teams:
- Alabama Crimson Tide
- Arizona Wildcats
- Auburn Tigers
- Baylor Bears
- Clemson Tigers
- College of Charleston Cougars
- Dayton Flyers
- Duke Blue Devils
- Florida Atlantic Owls
- Florida State Seminoles
- Gonzaga Bulldogs
- Houston Cougars
- Iowa State Cyclones
- Kansas Jayhawks
- Kansas State Wildcats
- Kentucky Wildcats
- Louisville Cardinals
- LSU Tigers
- Marquette Golden Eagles
- Maryland Terrapins
- Miami Hurricanes
- Ohio State Buckeyes
- Oregon Ducks
- Providence Friars
- Purdue Boilermakers
- Rutgers Scarlet Knights
- San Diego State Aztecs
- Seton Hall Pirates
- South Carolina Gamecocks
- Stanford Cardinal
- Tennessee Volunteers
- Texas Longhorns
- UCLA Bruins
- UConn Huskies
- Villanova Wildcats
- Virginia Cavaliers
- West Virginia Mountaineers
- Xavier Musketeers
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