CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Luke Maye had 15 points and five other teammates scored in double figures as No. 7 North Carolina beat Tennessee Tech 108-58 in a college basketball game on Friday night.
Duke has replaced Kansas atop the new Associated Press Top 25 college basketball rankings, following an exciting start to the new season.
DURHAM, N.C. — No. 4 Duke will host Army on Sunday in its college basketball home opener at Cameron Indoor Stadium and live streaming coverage will be available on WatchESPN.
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana — The 2018-19 College Basketball season will tip-off on Tuesday with a host of must-see games, as No. 1 Kansas, No. 2 Kentucky and No. 4 Duke all bow into action on opening night.
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO — Talented freshmen R.J. Barrett and Zion Williamson combined to score 59 points and Duke beat the University of Toronto 96-60 in an exhibition game on Friday night.
SAN ANTONIO, TX — No. 1-seeded Villanova will aim to win its second NCAA Tournament national title in three years when it takes on third-seeded Michigan on Monday night at Alamodome in San Antonio. Game time for the national championship is 9:20 PM ET and it will be televised and stream live on TBS.
SAN ANTONIO — Moritz Wagner recorded a double-double and third-seeded Michigan rallied to end the cinderella-run of No. 11 seed Loyola-Chicago in the NCAA Tournament with a 69-57 victory Saturday night in a Final Four game in San Antonio, TX.
Scores and results from another busy day of second-round action at the 2018 March Madness NCAA Tournament on Saturday, March 17. No. 1 seeds Villanova and Kansas, as well as second-seeded Duke and eleventh-seeded Loyola-Chicago moved into the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.
No. 1 seed Villanova is the new favorite to win the NCAA Tournament – March Madness – and it eased to an 81-58 win over ninth-seeded Alabama in a second-round game on Saturday. Mikal Bridges hit five 3s on his way to scoring 23 points for Villanova in the win to advance to the Sweet 16.
DAYTON, Ohio — Eleventh seeds UCLA and St. Bonaventure will battle in a First Four NCAA Tournament meeting this Tuesday evening at the University of Dayton Arena, Dayton, Ohio, and you can watch live stream coverage of the action. Watch It live on TruTV at 9:40 p.m. ET.
MIAMI, FL — The following are the schedule for the First Four games at the 2018 NCAA Tournament in Dayton, Ohio, this week, as well as the live television channels and streaming options. Watch live streaming of the NCAA First Four on TruTV on Match 13-14.
Marvin Bagley III had a double-double with 33 points and 17 rebounds and No. 5 Duke eased to an 88-70 victory over Notre Dame in the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament quarterfinals Thursday night. The ACC Player of the Year was just one point shy of his career-high, set against Texas in late November.
Trae Young young and Oklahoma will take on state rival Oklahoma State in a Big 12 Tournament college men’s basketball first-round game on Wednesday night at Sprint Center in Kansas City. Live streaming coverage starts at 7:00 pm ET on WatchESPN. ESPNU will provide the live television broadcast.
MIAMI, FL — Watch live streaming coverage of the 2018 NAIA Division II Men’s Basketball National Championship from March 7–12 at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls, S.D. Live streaming coverage of the national championship game will be exclusively on ESPN3 on March 13.
Ja’Quan Newton made a sprinting 30-footer as time expired and Miami stunned No. 9 North Carolina 91-88 in a thrilling finish on a senior night at Smith Center on Tuesday night. North Carolina faces Duke on Saturday, while Miami hosts Virginia Tech on Saturday.
MADISON, Wis. – Cassius Winston scored 20 points for Michigan State starters in double-figure scoring and No. 2 ranked Spartans held off Wisconsin 68-63 to secure the outright regular-season Big Ten title on Sunday.
PITTSBURGH — No. 1 Virginia used a selfish defense to dominate Pittsburgh 66-37 and secured the regular-season Atlantic Coast Conference title outright on Saturday. Virginia dominated the game after allowing just seven points in the first half.
Talented freshman Marvin Bagley III will miss his fourth straight game Wednesday night when No. 5 Duke hosts Louisville at Cameron Indoor Stadium here in Durham. Live television broadcast of this season will be on ESPN. WatchESPN will have live streaming, starting at 9:00 pm ET.