How about some late-breaking stats on the “Sweet 16 of Streaming States” – which is a ranking of how each state with a Sweet 16 team stacked up in terms of watching live TV streams of tournament games.
Based on Rounds 1 and 2 last week, the following list includes Sweet 16 finalist states ranked by average hours viewed of this year’s tournament games. With Kansas and Texas having two teams each still in the hunt, there are actually 14 states.
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Here are the “Sweet 16 of Streaming States” – based on data from Sling TV, one of the most convenient ways to catch the tournament anytime, any place.
States Ranked Based on Top Average Hours Viewed
1. Kansas (5.07 average hours viewed), 2 teams in Sweet 16
2. Kentucky (3.94)
3. West Virginia (3.77)
4. Nevada (3.64)
5. New York (3.59)
6. North Carolina (3.45)
7. Indiana (3.44)
8. South Carolina (3.2)
9. Illinois (3.13)
10. Texas (3.07), 2 teams in Sweet 16
11. Michigan (2.86)
12. Pennsylvania (2.79)
13. Florida (2.74)
14. Washington (2.45)
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