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Schedule of the 2019 ACC Tournament: So you can watch NCAA basketball games without cables



  North Carolina vs Duke

Duke's Zion Williamson, the ACC Player of the Year, could be a big factor in the tournament if he comes back from injury to play.


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Before the grand March Madness Tournament begins the end of this month, a series of conference championships will take place this week. One of the first is the 2019 ACC tournament.

The Atlantic Coast Conference features some of the biggest forces in college basketball. As with the main tournament, the question is whether Zions Williamson, the Duke striker, will play. We're sure to find out on Thursday when the Blue Devils are planned along with seed number one Virginia and seed number two North Carolina.

Before this happens, the lower-ranked teams – seed 10-15 – will start on Tuesday, March 12th. The ACC tournament will end on Saturday, March 16, and end on March Madness Selection Sunday, March 17.

So how do you look at all the ACC actions this year? It's all on ESPN and ESPN 2, and thanks to Live TV Streaming Services you can watch even if you do not have a cable subscription. Here is how.


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When will the ACC tournament games take place?

With 15 teams in the ACC, the NCAA holds four laps to go to the championship.

12th March: First Round

Game 1: No. 12 Miami vs. # 13 Wake Forest at Noon on ESPN
Game # 2: No. 10 Georgia Tech Vs. No. 15 Notre Dame at 2:00 pm on ESPN
Game 3: No. 11 Boston College Vs. # 14 Pitt at 7:00 pm on ESPN

March 13th: Second Round

Game # 4: # 8 NC vs. State. # 9 Clemson at Noon on ESPN
Game 5: # 5 Tuesday Noon Winner at 2pm on ESPN
Game 6: # 7 Louisville Vs. Tuesday 2.00 pm Winner at 7 pm on ESPN2
Game 7: No. 6 Syracuse Vs. Tuesday, 5:00 pm Winner at 9:00 pm to ESPN2

March 14th: Quarterfinals

Game 8: No. 1 Virginia vs. Wednesday noon at 12:30 pm. on ESPN
Game 9: # 4 Florida State Vs. Wednesday 2:00 pm Winner at 2:30 pm on ESPN
Game 10: No. 2 North Carolina Vs. Wednesday 7 pm Winner at 7 pm on ESPN
Game 11: No. 3 Duke against Wednesday 9 pm Winner at 9 pm on ESPN

March 15: Semifinals

Game 12: Winners of game 8 against winner of game 9 at 7 o'clock. on ESPN
Game 13: Game 10 Winners vs. Game 11 winners at 9 o'clock. on ESPN

March 16: Championship

Game 14 at 20:30. 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.

First, some pointers to live TV streaming services:

  • You need a fixed Internet connection .
  • You can watch any of them on TV as long as your Smart TV has the Internet service app. You can also watch TV with a media streamer on your TV, including Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV and Chromecast .
  • . You can also watch TV on iPhones, Android phones and tablets, as well as PC browsers. You can always sign up and cancel, no contract is required.
  • All offer free trial periods so you can sign up to see the tournament and then cancel.

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Sling TV Orange ($ 25)

Sling TV costs $ 25 a month for Sling Orange, including ESPN and ESPN2. There is also a special right to receive the first three months for $ 15.


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DirectTV Now ($ 40)

DirecTV's Live a Little package costs $ 40 a month and includes ESPN and ESPN2.


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YouTube TV (40 USD)

YouTube TV costs $ 40 per month and includes ESPN and ESPN2.


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