What’s on ESPN This Spring?

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If you’re a sports fan, then ESPN is going to be your home this spring. There is college football, baseball, the NBA playoffs, and even UFC 300. Join us as we explore the biggest sporting events going down from March to May!

UFC 300 Is a Can’t-Miss Card

Mark April 13, 2024, in your diary, as the UFC hosts its 300th PPV card. Eight fights will be shown on ESPN, while another five will make up the PPV card. UFC 300 is being headlined by Alex Pereira and Jamahal Hill in a light heavyweight title bout. The Brazilian, known for his incredible power, will be attempting to knock out the American and defend his belt.
Other key fights to tune into include Jiří Procházka vs Aleksandar Rakic. Procházka is looking to make another title run after losing his belt to Alex Pereira in his last fight. However, he faces a tough Serbian opponent who already has six wins in the UFC.
Calvin Kattar vs Aljamain Sterling should also be an action-packed fight. Sterling is the former bantamweight champion and has decided to move up to featherweight in a quest to win another belt. Standing in his way is 30-fight veteran Kattar, who is never in a boring contest and has won a fight of honors five times!

You can catch all of the UFC 300 undercard fights on the ESPN Bet app and wager on them. Jiří Procházka looks decent value at +110, as does Jim Miller at +160. You can claim the welcome offer from ESPN BET and bet just $10 on any UFC fight and score up to $150 in bonus bets.

College Football Is Back on ESPN

Over 30 NCAA football games will be streamed on ESPN this spring. These games are intra-team match-ups used by the coaching staff to fine-tune strategies and finalize their starting lineups. They are a great way to get an early glimpse into what to expect in the upcoming season. The regular NCAA college football kicks off on Saturday, August 24.

NBA Playoffs on ESPN. Photo by Riley McCullough via unsplash

Some of the must-watch NCAA football spring games on Saturday, April 6, on ESPN include:
• Clemson – 1 pm, ESPN+
• Georgia – 1 pm, ESPN+
• Georgia Tech – 1 pm, ESPN+
• Florida – 1 pm, ESPN+
• LSU – 2 pm, ESPN+
• Virginia Tech – 3 pm, ESPN+
• Alabama – 4 pm, ESPN
• Miami – 4 pm, ESPN+

Get Hyped for the NBA Playoffs

The best teams in the NBA will compete in the playoffs starting on April 20, with the conference finals set to take place on May 21. The favorites to win the NBA Championship are the Boston Celtics, who have by far the best record in the league and are led by All-Star Jayson Tatum, who is averaging 27 points per game. Hot on the Celtics’ heels are the Denver Nuggets-led two-time MVP winner Nikola Jokic, who is averaging 26 points and 12 rebounds per game.

Spring is the ultimate time to be a sports fan. No matter if you’re an NBA guy or an MMA fanatic, ESPN has got you covered!



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