Kentucky – North Carolina Live Stream: How to Watch Online for Free

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Roy Williams leads North Carolina against Kentucky in the nightcap (Getty)

Saturday afternoon at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, the CBS Sports Classic will take place with two games involving four powerhouse college basketball programs. In the second game of the doubleheader No. 6 Kentucky faces No. 7 North Carolina, with the Tar Heels welcoming back starting point guard Joel Berry II. Looking for a way to watch the games online? Here’s how you can do that.

Where to Watch No. 6 Kentucky vs. No. 7 North Carolina

Via Computer

For both games of the CBS Sports Classic, CBS will be streaming the action at You can access the page by clicking here, and there is no need to log in with a cable service provider in order to watch the game.

Via Mobile Device or Tablet

For those looking to watch the game via mobile device or tablet, the CBS Sports app will be streaming the action live.

To download the CBS Sports app for an Android device, click here.

To download the CBS Sports app for an Apple device, click here.

To download the CBS Sports app for a Windows device, click here.

No. 6 Kentucky vs. No. 7 North Carolina Preview

North Carolina made the announcement that their fans were hoping for Friday evening, with point guard Joel Berry II being declared available for Saturday’s game after missing the last two with a sprained ankle. Berry leads an experienced attack that has both talent and depth on the perimeter and in the post, with Justin Jackson and big men Isaiah Hicks and Kennedy Meeks among the veterans. North Carolina’s looking to return to the Final Four for a second consecutive season, as they fell short to Villanova in the national title game in April.

Kentucky is once again young but extremely talented, with John Calipari’s roster featuring the best recruiting class in college basketball. Guards De’Aaron Fox and Malik Monk and forward Bam Adebayo are the headliners, with sophomore guard Isaiah Briscoe and senior forward Derek Willis also being key contributors. As of Friday night the game was getting even odds, with it not even being on the books until North Carolina announced that Berry will play.