College Basketball on NBC is a former television program created and produced by NBC Sports that broadcast NCAA Division I men's basketball games.
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... There are currently no college basketball games on NBC, but the NBC Sports Network currently shows college basketball from the Mountain West Conference under the ... See also List of Mountain West Men's Basketball Tournament Finals broadcasters On February 13, 2012, the Colonial Athletic Association became the first collegiate ... will provide national television coverage for a minimum of 12 men’s basketball games each year, including the semifinals and finals of the CAA Men’s Basketball Championship ...
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