Kind of cool. I have my choice of 8 live streaming sports events to watch
on my desktop this Friday evening, while I am puttering around online. I decided on the Sony Ericcson ATP Tennis semi-finals being broadcast live from Miami. Right now, Juan Monaco is holding his own against Novak Djokovic.
Djokovic a little off his game. Whoa! Monaco is hot! A tie-breaker is being played in the 2nd set . . . It’s a fun and exciting game as I compose this article. I checked the stations on my satellite provider, and the game is not viewable on tv.
You can enjoy free live sports streamed to your PC, if you are a customer of one of the ISPs listed here: ISPs Who Stream LIve Sports Via ESPN3
The ESPN3 player broadcast the Australian Open this past January 2012, and now it is broadcasting college sports, including basketball, baseball, and women’s basketball and lacrosse, besides NBA basketball, ATP Tennis, and NHRA. Here is a sample schedule for this evening, on Friday, March 30th, 2012:
6:00 PM NCAA Baseball – Virginia Tech vs. #4 Florida State (Exclusive)
6:30 PM NCAA Baseball – Virginia vs. #22 North Carolina State (Exclusive)
6:30 PM NCAA Baseball – #8 Miami (FL) vs. Clemson (Exclusive)
7:00 PM ATP – Novak Djokovic vs. Juan Monaco (Men’s Semifinal #2)
7:00 PM NCAA Women’s Lacrosse – #8 Duke vs. #3 North Carolina (Exclusive)
7:30 PM NHRA – Summitracing.com NHRA Nationals Qualifying
8:00 PM NCAA Baseball – #3 Arkansas vs. #14 LSU
8:00 PM NBA – Dallas Mavericks vs. Orlando Magic
It’s neat to be able to watch men’s tennis streaming live from Miami. The stream is a little choppy, but the audio is sharp, and you can listen in radio-style while you work in a different browser window.
Here is the link: ESPN3.com