NIT Championship 2013 streaming: How to watch Baylor vs. Iowa online


The NIT will conclude on Thursday night with a fascinating championship game match-up between Iowa and Baylor. For those unable to watch on TV, a number of online options are available as well.

There's good news for those unable to get in front of a television for the NIT Championship Game: Thursday night's match-up between Baylor and Iowa will be streamed in a variety of ways online as well.

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When action gets underway at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN, the game will also be shown live online at WatchESPN as well. Additionally, WatchESPN has apps for iPhones, Androids, the Kindle Fire, and XBox 360.

But regardless of how you watch the game, when these two teams do take the court, it will be a fascinating match-up between a pair of clubs who have reached the final in completely different ways.

Iowa enters the final as the hottest team in any postseason basketball tournament not named "Louisville," with all four of its NIT victories coming by double-figures. Guard Roy Devyn Marble has averaged 24 points in this postseason, and overall Iowa has played with balance on offense. Four Hawkeyes starters scored at least nine points in their semifinal victory over Maryland.

Baylor has relied on the scoring of guard Pierre Jackson and Cory Jefferson.

The pair combined for 45 points in Tuesday's semifinal victory over BYU, and both have scored at least 20 points in each of Baylor's last three victories.

To view the complete NIT bracket, please click here.

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