The Pac-12 schools will converge on T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas from March 13-16 for the men’s basketball conference tournament. The winner will earn an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.
It’s been a down year for Pac-12 basketball, making the conference tournament the last hope for several teams in their quest to earn a spot in March Madness. At the moment, Washington (24-7, 15-3 in Pac-12) and Arizona State (21-9, 12-6) may be the only teams that don’t need to win the Pac-12 Tournament.
MORE: Watch Pac-12 tournament games live with fuboTV (7-day trial)
Despite the absence of any top 25 teams, there are several first-round draft prospects in the conference, namely Luguentz Dort (Arizona State), KZ Okpala (Stanford), Kris Wilkes (UCLA), Jaylen Nowell (Washington) and Kevin Porter Jr. (USC). Washington’s Matisse Thybulle is also among the leaders for the Naismith Defensive Player of the Year.
Here is the bracket, schedule, and information for the how to watch the Pac-12 men’s basketball tournament.
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CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT BRACKETS:
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2019 Pac-12 Tournament bracket, schedule
(All times Eastern)
First round: Wednesday, March 13
Quarterfinals: Thursday, March 14
Semifinals: Friday, March 15
Pac-12 championship: Saturday, March 16
MORE: SN’s March Madness bracket projections
How to watch the Pac-12 Tournament live
All four first-round games and three of the four quarterfinals games will be televised on the Pac-12 Network. ESPN will have the final quarterfinal game of Thursday night. ESPN and Pac-12 Network will each air a seminfinal game, and ESPN will broadcast the championship on Saturday night.
You can also live stream select games by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.
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