How To Watch The North Carolina vs UCLA Live Stream
Live from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, No. 8 North Carolina and No. 4 UCLA collide in the Sweet 16!
Last night was a true barrage of bracket busters as two No. 1 seeds — Gonzaga and Arizona — were bounced from the tourney.
The race to the Final Four is wide open as two historic programs, the North Carolina Tar Heels and UCLA Bruins, meet in the Sweet 16.
The Tar Heels demolished Marquette and upset No. 1 Baylor in the second round to advance, while UCLA survived an opening round matchup with Akron and defeated Saint Mary’s in Round 2 to find themselves two wins away from the Final Four.
Who will advance to the Elite Eight? We’re about to find out.
From start time to North Carolina basketball live stream information, here’s how to watch UCLA vs North Carolina live online.
WHAT TIME IS THE NORTH CAROLINA/UCLA GAME ON TONIGHT:
Tonight’s matchup begins at 9:39 p.m. ET on CBS, Paramount+, and March Madness Live.
HOW TO WATCH NORTH CAROLINA VS UCLA LIVE:
NORTH CAROLINA BASKETBALL LIVE STREAM INFO:
Basketball fans can watch tonight’s North Carolina/UCLA game live on the CBS website or CBS app (with a valid cable login).
You can also watch the game live with an active subscription to Paramount+’s Premium Plan, which is ad-free and includes a CBS live stream. Paramount+ is currently offering a free trial as well as a 25% student discount for eligible subscribers. You can also bundle Paramount+ with Showtime and save up to 28%.
WHERE TO WATCH UCLA VS NORTH CAROLINA LIVE WITHOUT CABLE:
You can watch tonight’s game live with an active subscription to a variety of services that offer March Madness channel bundles:
- YouTube TV: The service offers TBS, TNT, truTV, and CBS. YouTube TV is available for $54.99/month for the first three months ($64.99/month after) and offers a free trial for eligible subscribers.
- Hulu + Live TV: The service offers TBS, TNT, truTV, and CBS. Hulu + Live TV is available for $69.99/month and also includes ESPN+, Hulu, and Disney+.
- DIRECTV STREAM: The service offers TBS, TNT, truTV, and CBS in its Entertainment Package, which is currently available for $59.99/month for the first three months ($69.99/month after).
You can also stream the North Carolina game with an active subscription to fuboTV, which offers a CBS live stream