Pac-12 announces 2023-24 men’s basketball television broadcast schedule

The Pac-12 Conference announced on Thursday its 2023-24 men’s basketball television package that will feature more than 210 contests telecast to national and regional audiences.

Pac-12 Conference controlled broadcasts include:

  • 140 on Pac-12 Networks
    • Includes eight Pac-12 Tournament games
  • 43 games on ESPN networks
  • 21 on FS1
    • Includes one Pac-12 Tournament quarterfinal and semifinal game
  • 4 on FOX
    • Includes the Pac-12 Tournament title game
  • 3 on CBS & Paramount+

Additional appearances will be made through other conference television agreements and various in-season tournaments to bring the current comprehensive broadcast total to more than 240 events.

Every Pac-12 home contest will be televised during the 2023-24 regular season, including all 120 Conference clashes starting Thursday, Dec. 28.

The 2024 Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament will take place March 13-16, 2024 inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Check for the most up-to-date information on tournament on-sale dates and special offers.

2023-24 Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Outlook

  • Pac-12 Men’s Basketball will welcome back five First Team All-Conference selections, the league’s most since 2007-08.
  • In addition, the league’s eight returning All-Conference performers and four returning All-Defensive Team selections are the most in the Pac-12 era, and most since 2010-11.
  • All totaled, the 14 returning All-Conference, All-Defensive and All-Freshman Team performers are the most in the Pac-12 era (13 entering 2022-23).
  • 2023 Pac-12 Freshman of the Year Adem Bona opted to return to UCLA, becoming only the third Freshman of the Year to return for a sophomore season in the Pac-12 era (Jahii Carson, ASU; Harrison Ingram, STAN).
  • Pac-12 programs have combined to announce 37 incoming transfers for the upcoming 2023-24 season, 17 of which received either all-conference or national recognition at prior programs.
  • Pac-12 programs combined for nine top-50 signees, the most of any conference in the country.
  • Among the signees are six McDonald’s All-Americans, equaling the most of any league and the most ever for the Conference since the event’s inception in 1978.
  • In addition to the nationally ranked domestic signees, the Pac-12 landed some of the top available international recruits.