The Atlantic Coast Conference is home to some of the biggest powers in college basketball, starting with the Duke Blue Devils. Zion Williamson returned from injury on Thursday and led Duke with 29 points in the first round against Syracuse. He shot a perfect 13-13 off the ground. The next opponent for Duke is the rival North Carolina in the semifinals on Friday. Virginia joins Florida State in the other semi-final on Friday. The ACC tournament will end on Saturday, March 16, leading to March MadnessMarch 17.
So how can you spice up your braces and watch all the ACC actions this year? It's all on ESPN and ESPN 2, and thanks toyou can watch even if you do not have a cable subscription. Here is how.
Other NCAA Basketball Conference Championships 2019
When will the ACC tournament games take place?
Four teams stay.
March 15th: Semi-finals
No. 1 Virginia vs. # 4 in the state of Florida at 19.00 ET to ESPN
# 2 North Carolina Vs. No. 3 Duke at 9 am ET to ESPN
March 16: Championship
Virginia / FSU vs.. UNC / Duke at 20:30. ET on ESPN
How can I watch the games live?
Nearly every cable and satellite service has ESPN and ESPN 2, but if you do not have a cable, you can use a TV streaming service to watch live. All major services except Sling Blue and FuboTV offer both.
Here are some pointers to live TV streaming services:
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Sling TV Orange ($ 25)
Sling TV costs $ 25 a month for Sling Orange, which includes ESPN and ESPN2. There is also a special right to receive the first three months for $ 15.
YouTube TV ($ 40)
YouTube TV costs $ 40 per month and includes ESPN and ESPN2.
DirectTV Now ($ 50)
After a price increase, DirecTV Now is the cheapest package now the $ 50 Plus, which includes ESPN and ESPN2.
Originally published on March 11th.
Update of March 15: Adds details on semi-final matchups and the new awards from DirecTV.