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How to Watch Super Bowl LV

After the Clippers game, there’s more sports to watch Sunday!

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The LA Clippers may play at noon Sunday, but if you haven’t gotten your sports fix for the day, there’s Super Bowl LV coming after the game!

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers just happen to be holding the game at their stadium, so they’ll effectively be hosting the defending champion, the Kansas City Chiefs, in the title game. Two blockbuster quarterbacks in Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes, two teams with some Super Bowl success but not perennial contenders (well, until the last two years with Kansas City), so there should be plenty to root for or against if you’re a neutral.

And of course there’s still the spectacles around the Super Bowl. Commercials! Prop bets! Comfort food! The halftime show! Plus, we’re still technically advised to stay at home, so why not check out the big game and all it offers?

You can watch the Super Bowl Sunday at 3:30 p.m. PT, on CBS, which you can watch via FuboTV.

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