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CAA to stream top games from the 2016-17 season

Summer basketball comes to the CAA from June until August in under 25 minutes per game

NCAA Basketball: CAA Conference Tournament - Hofstra vs William & Mary Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Certainly I’m not the only basketball Jones who looks for avenues to fulfill the itch of the offseason months. Summer is by far the most challenging television season, as I find myself just scrolling through channels more than actually watching. College basketball, where did you go?

On-demand streaming from conference websites and, of course, YouTube have relieved some of the hardship, but now the Colonial Athletic Conference (CAA) has brought basketball to the summer schedule. will release 25 condensed games from the 2016-2017 season beginning June 6.

Every Tuesday and Thursday will broadcast a game able to be viewed within 25 minutes. The series runs until late August, including three games each from all ten conference teams.

This ability to watch a game in its entirety, as if it’s a Family Matters marathon on T.G.I.F., resonates with those that have limited time in their schedule. This is an opportunity to break away from hectic daily living and enjoy the game we all know reigns supreme while not sacrificing a busy lifestyle.

CAA Sports has released the entire #CAAhoopsunder25series, so mark your calendars so you don’t miss out on the best games of the season from the CAA.