Find out where to catch televised Indiana University men's basketball contests by checking out IUHoosiers.com. Selecting the Schedule link from the Sports header displays the current season schedule and includes the television network affiliation for each game.
A standard men's basketball weighs between 20 and 22 ounces, and a standard women's basketball weighs between 18 and 20 ounces. Smaller basketballs used by young children can weigh between 10.5 and 16 ounces.
To use an online stopwatch, use websites such as Online-Stopwatch.com, TimeAndDate.com or Online-Stopwatch.ChronMe.com, and click on the appropriate buttons to start, split, stop or reset the timer. TimeAndDate.com and Online-Stopwatch.ChronMe.com let you download the results as TXT and CSV files, r
Complete Pennsylvania high school basketball statistics are available online through MaxPreps.com and PennLive.com. MaxPreps includes a Stat Leaders link at the Pennsylvania high school boys and girls basketball home pages, while PennLive has both Season and Daily Stats links displayed on the same p
The movements of the ball in a game of basketball are related to science, as theories of projective motion and gravity explain its movements. Also, the way a ball reacts to a player pushing it depends on properties of energy and momentum.
Many television networks offer live television either on their own website or in partnership with other video streaming websites. It is legal to watch live television online, providing the stream is authorized by the company that owns the broadcasting copyright.
In order to watch free television online, visit websites such as Hulu, Crackle or official network websites. Many networks also offer applications with free video content.
Sling TV allows users to watch a variety of live TV channels online. The service is only available to its subscribers, and plans begin at about $20 per month, as of 2015. Sling TV is also available for streaming on various devices, such as smartphones and tablets.
As of 2015, "The Equalizer" is available online to download or rent from Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, VUDU and PlayStation Video. The rental cost is about $3.99, and the cost to own it ranges from $12.99 to $24.99, depending on the service and quality of video.
Streaming a TV show or movie online is in a legal gray area unless done via licensed services such as Netflix and Hulu that charge a small monthly fee to access their catalogs of shows. Unofficial streaming sites dot the Internet landscape, but many of them have poor-quality, malware-laden streams.