Before the bigbegins later this month, there is a slate conference championship that happens this week. One of the first is the 2019 ACC tournament.
The Atlantic Coast Conference is home to some of the greatest forces in college basketball, and as with the main tournament, the threatening issue of Duke's star ahead Zion Williamson will play. We will certainly find out on Thursday when Blue Devils, along with the number one seed Virginia and second seed North Carolina, are all scheduled to play.
Before that happens, the low-ranked teams – Seeds 10-15 ranked teams will start on Tuesday, March 12. The ACC tournament will be broken up on Saturday, March 16, leading to the March election Sunday, March 17th.
So how can you watch all ACC actions this year? It's all on ESPN and ESPN 2, and thanks toyou can watch even if there is no cable subscription. Like this.
When is ACC tournament play on?
With 15 teams invited to fight the ACC, the NCAA has four rounds leading up to the championship.
March 12: First round
Games 1: No 12 Miami vs no. 13 Wake Forest at noon on ESPN
Games 2: No 10 Georgia Tech vs. No. 15 Notre Dame at 2pm at ESPN
Game 3: No 11 Boston College vs. No. 14 Pitt at 7:00 am on ESPN
March 13: Second Round
Game 4: No 8 NC State vs. No. 9 Clemson at noon on ESPN
Game 5: No 5 Virginia Tech vs. Tuesday noon winner at 2pm at ESPN
Games 6: No 7 Louisville vs Tuesday 2:00 winners at 7pm at ESPN2
Games 7: No 6 Syracuse vs Tuesday at 7am at 9pm at ESPN2
March 14: Quarterfinals
Games 8: No 1 Virginia vs. Wednesday noon winners at 12:30 on ESPN
Games 9: No 4 Florida State vs Wednesday 2 pm Winners at 2:30 on ESPN
Games 10: No 2 North Carolina vs Wednesday 7:00 winners at 7pm on ESPN
Games 11: No 3 Duke vs Wednesday 9:00 winners at 9pm on ESPN
March 15: Semifinals 19659006] Games 12: Games 8 Winners vs. Game 9 winner of 7 p.m. on ESPN
Games 13: Games 10 winners vs Games 11 winners at 9 p.m. on ESPN
March 19: Championship
Games 14 at 8:30 pm on ESPN
How can I watch the games live?
Almost all cables and satellite services have ESPN and ESPN 2, but if you don't have a cable, you can use a live streaming service to watch live. Each major service with the exception of Sling Blue and FuboTV both carry.  First, some notes on live TV streaming services:
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Sling TV Orange ($ 25)
Sling TV costs $ 25 per month for Sling Orange, which includes ESPN and ESPN2. It's also a special right, how it gives you the first three months for $ 15 each.
DirectTV Now ($ 40)
DirecTV Now Live is a small package of $ 40 per month and includes ESPN and ESPN2.
YouTube TV ($ 40)
YouTube TV costs $ 40 per month and includes ESPN and ESPN2.