Before the great March Madness tourney beginning later this month, there is a slate of conference championships taking place this week. One of the primary up is the 2019 ACC event. The Atlantic Coast Conference is domestic to a number of the most significant powers in university basketball, and as with the main match, the looming query is whether or not Duke’s superstar forward Zion Williamson will play. We’ll discover for positive Thursday when the Blue Devils, at the side of number one seed Virginia and wide variety two seed North Carolina, are all scheduled to play. Before that happens, the lower-ranked teams — seeds 10-15 ranked groups will face off beginning Tuesday, March 12. The ACC tournament wraps up Saturday, March 16, main up to March Madness Selection Sunday, March 17. So how can you watch all that ACC movement this year? It’s all on ESPN and ESPN 2, and way to stay TV streaming services, you can wait although does not have a cable subscription. Here’s how.
When are the ACC event games on? With 15 groups invited to warfare it out in the ACC, the NCAA holds four rounds leading up to the championship. March 12: First Round Game 1: No. 12 Miami vs. No. 13 Wake Forest at noon on ESPN Game 2: No. 10 Georgia Tech vs. No. 15 Notre Dame at 2 p.M. On ESPN Game 3: No. Eleven Boston College vs. No. 14 Pitt at 7 p.M. On ESPN March thirteen: Second Round Game 4: No. Eight NC State vs. No. Nine Clemson at midday on ESPN Game five: No. 5 Virginia Tech vs. Tuesday midday winner at 2 p.M. On ESPN Game 6: No. 7 Louisville vs. Tuesday 2 p.M. Winner at 7 p.M. On ESPN2 Game 7: No. 6 Syracuse vs. Tuesday 7 p.M. Winner at nine p.M. On ESPN2 March 14: Quarterfinals Game eight: No. 1 Virginia vs. Wednesday noon winner at 12:30 p.M. On ESPN Game 9: No. 4 Florida State vs. Wednesday 2 p.M. Winner at 2:30 p.M. On ESPN Game 10: No. 2 North Carolina vs. Wednesday 7 p.M. Winner at 7 p.M. On ESPN Game eleven: No. Three Duke vs. Wednesday 9 p.M. Winner at nine p.M. On ESPN March 15: Semifinals Game 12: Game eight winner vs. Game 9 winner at 7 p.M. On ESPN Game thirteen: Game 10 winner vs. Game 11 winner at nine p.M. On ESPN March 16: Championship Game 14 at 8:30 p.M. On ESPN How can I watch the video games stay? Just about every cable and satellite service has ESPN and ESPN 2, but if you don’t have cable can use a live streaming carrier to observe live. Every predominant provider except for Sling Blue and FuboTV consists of each. First, a few notes on live TV streaming offerings: You’ll need an active network connection. You can watch any of them on TV so long as your smart TV has the provider’s app. You also can view in your TV the usage of a media streamer, together with Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV and Chromecast ($25 at eBay). You also can watch on iPhones, Android telephones and capsules and PC browsers. You can sign on and cancel each time, no settlement required. All of them offer free trial periods, so you can sign on to look at the Combine after which cancel.