We're in the thick of things for the ACC Men's College Basketball Tournament, with a conference title on the line — and spots in the NCAA Tournament to follow. But as with anything and everything in the time of COVID, nothing is for certain.
The March 11 quarterfinal between Duke and Florida State was canceled because of positive COVID tests on the Blue Devils' side. FSU automatically advanced to the semifinals and will play the winner of North Carolina-Virginia Tech.
That leaves seven teams and six games remaining on the schedule, and all remaining games either will be on ESPN or ESPN2.
Here's the rest of the tournament schedule — all times are Eastern:
Quarterfinals: Thursday, March 11
Virginia vs. Syracuse, noon, ESPN2
Miami vs. Georgia Tech, 2:30 p.m., ESPN2
North Carolina vs. Virginia Tech, ESPN, 8:30 p.m.
Semifinals: Friday, March 12
Virginia-Syracuse winner vs. Georgia Tech-Miami winner, 6:30 p.m., ESPN/ESPN2
Florida State vs. Virginia Tech-North Carolina winner, 9 p.m., ESPN/ESPN2
Finals: Saturday, March 13
Championship game, 8:30 p.m., ESPN
How to stream the ACC Men's College Basketball Tournament
The remaining six games of the ACC Men's College Basketball Tournament are available on ESPN and ESPN2, which is great because those channels are available on every major streaming service.
The least-expensive way to watch is on Sling TV, which has ESPN and ESPN2 available as part of the Sling Orange Plan. That costs just $35 a month after a free trial. And from there you can build things out with the Sling Orange Extras, which get you even more channels for just a few dollars a month.
For a fuller offering, you also can bundle Sling Orange and Sling Blue together for just $50 a month, and then have access to even more Extras.
Another great option to stream the ACC Men's Basketball Tournament is Hulu With Live TV. It's the most popular live streaming service in the United States with more than 4 million subscribers. Pricing and channel selection is comparable to other live streaming services — definitely check out YouTube TV vs. Hulu — and it has access to all the ESPN channels.
Hulu With Live TV costs $64.99 a month, and with that you get access to the entire on-demand library of content that Hulu has to offer.
But even better is the Disney Bundle, which gets you Hulu With Live TV, ESPN+ and Disney+ for just $7 a month more, at $71.99 a month. That's pretty hard to beat — especially for sports fans.
Roy Delgado is a freelance writer for WhatToWatch. His focus is streaming, specializing on sports. He binge-streams 32 games over the first two days of NCAA March Madness annually. He built his own DVR 15 years ago, and still tinkers to make his media setup its best.
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