How To Watch: 2018 Women's Paradise Jam

We're kicking off college hoops season in style as the official streaming partner of the 2018 Women's Paradise Jam. Keep up with the latest schedules, news, and updates on your team before tipoff right here on FloHoops.com.

How To Watch The 2018 Women's Paradise Jam

When: November 22-24

How To Watch: Streaming LIVE and on-demand on FloHoops.com, Apple TV 4, and Roku via the FloSports App. SIGN UP HERE.

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Participating Teams

  • #2 UConn
  • #17 South Florida
  • Ole Miss
  • Kentucky
  • UCLA
  • Purdue
  • North Carolina
  • St. John's

2017 Women's Paradise Jam in Review

Kristen Spolyar Sinks Game-Winning 3-Pointer For Butler


Butler Knocks Out Virginia Tech At The Buzzer


The Sights & Sounds Of The 2017 Paradise Jam Reef Division Practice Day


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Syracuse Orange Bask In Paradise Jam Reef Division Glory


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