NCAA Games Online For Free - CBI, Not So Much

I can sense your excitement for the inaugural College Basketball Invitational from all the way over here, so please, tone it down a bit. There are children present. The Final Four (second regression) of Virginia, Tulsa, Houston, and Bradley is indeed more excitement than a non-exploding skull can handle.

CBI - Not Free

(CBI isn’t free, it costs more than a buck oh-five.)

Moreover, you’re feenin’ to catch those games online. Surely a fledgling tourney wants to get their product out to the masses as easy as possible, much like the NCAA tournament does with their free streaming games online … or, you know, the CBI could also charge $7 per game for buffering goodness. Either way works. Read more…

We’d Never Heard Of This CBI Before Now, Either

THE SPORTS ECONOMIST catches something that I’d imagine went under everyone’s radar: the birth of yet another postseason college basketball tournament.

CBI College Basketball Tournament

The College Basketball Invitational (CBI) Postseason Tournament will take 16 teams left out of the NCAA madness to have their own tournament, which will begin on Tuesday night and air on the cable network known as Fox College Sports.

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