The NCAA Tournament is in its penultimate stage, as the Final Four teams, Villanova Wildcats, Oklahoma Sooners, Syracuse Orange and North Carolina Tar Heels go head-to-head for a place in the championship game. But how can you watch the games? Click here for all the details!
We’ve had a great time watching March Madness, with the NCAA Tournament providing us with upsets that we could never have imagined. But now it’s time for the Final Four, as Villanova Wildcats, Oklahoma Sooners, Syracuse Orange and North Carolina Tar Heels. But what time are the games and how can you watch them? Click down to find out!
When are the Final Four games and what time?
There are two games and they are both happening on Apr. 2. Villanova Wildcats take on the Oklahoma Sooners, as the number 2 seeds in the south and west clash. That tips off at 6.09 p.m. EST. The other game is the North Carolina Tar Heels facing off against Syracuse Orange, and that starts at 8.49 p.m. EST.
How can I watch the games? What channel is it on?
There are a number of ways you can watch the games and not miss a moment of the action. There’s an official live stream you can watch here. The games will be broadcast on TBS, one after the other. So don’t go changing that channel!
What players do I need to look out for?
All four teams have boasted some awesome talent in this year’s NCAA Tournament. But not many have been better than Oklahoma’s Buddy Hield. His 3-point shooting has been off the charts and he’s a dead cert to be a top pick in the NBA next year. Villanova’s Ryan Arcidiacono has also had a great tournament, and is definitely one for the future.
Who are the coaches?
Roy Williams commands North Carolina, the hall of famer has two NCAA titles and eight Final Four appearances to his name. Jim Boeheim of Syracuse also has a NCAA title, as well as 5 Final Four appearances. Oklahoma’s coach Lon Kruger is back in the Final Four after a 22-year gap when he achieved the feat with Florida. Jay Wright at Villanova has two Final Four appearances to his name, and is 95-13 in his past 3 years.
HollywoodLifers, are you looking forward to the Final Four? Who do you think will make it to the championship game?