ACC tournament 2019 schedule: How to watch NCAA basketball games without cable
Can't wait for March Madness proper? The next best thing is the men's ACC tourney on ESPN and ESPN2.
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Before the big March Madness tourney starting later this month, there's a slate of conference championships happening this week. One of the first up is the 2019 ACC tournament.
The Atlantic Coast Conference is home to some of the biggest powers in college basketball, starting with the Duke Blue Devils. Zion Williamson returned to the court from injury on Thursday and led Duke to a first-round win over Syracuse with 29 points and shooting a perfect 13-13 from the floor. Next up for Duke is rival North Carolina in the semifinals on Friday. Virginia takes on Florida State in the other semifinal game on Friday. The ACC tournament wraps up Saturday March 16, leading up to March Madness Selection Sunday March 17.
So how can you polish up your bracketology and watch all that ACC action this year? It's all on ESPN and ESPN 2, and thanks to live TV streaming services, you can watch even if don't have a cable subscription. Here's how.
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When are the ACC tournament games on?
Four teams remain.
March 15: Semifinals
No. 1 Virginia vs. No. 4 Florida State at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN No. 2 North Carolina vs. No. 3 Duke at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN
March 16: Championship
Virginia/FSU vs. UNC/Duke at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN
How can I watch the games live?
Just about every cable and satellite service has ESPN and ESPN 2, but if you don't have cable, you can use a TV streaming service to watch live. Every major service except for Sling Blue and FuboTV carries both.