How to watch Creighton basketball: The top games to watch at noon ET
Posted On May 26, 2021
The first weekend of the ACC/Big Ten tournament isn’t the easiest of weekends to watch in a way that will make you want to jump up and down and scream at the TV, but that’s what you’ll get when you look up the schedules for each team.
The ACC has four teams in the top eight, while the Big Ten has four in the first four slots.
So, while you can’t catch a game at the start of the conference tournament, you can still get a good feel for the top of the standings in each conference.
If you’re just tuning in to the ACC, you might not have a lot of time to watch.
In the meantime, here’s how to watch the Big East tournament (and maybe one or two games of the Big 12) at noon, starting Monday.
The top teams in each league: North Carolina: No. 1 seed, North Carolina State (11-0, 6-0 ACC) – The Tar Heels are ranked No. 2 and have lost only once all season.
They’ve been on a 10-game winning streak, but haven’t beaten any of their top 10 teams this season.
They’re the No. 3 seed, but they’re coming off a game in which they lost to Villanova in the NCAA tournament.
They’re one game ahead of Villanova.
They’ll be trying to avoid the worst of their schedule, but this will be their best chance to get there.
Duke: No .1 seed, Duke (11.5-1, 5-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) – It’s the best seed in the ACC and it’s one of the best teams in America.
They won the last two Atlantic Coast titles.
Duke was ranked No .
1 by ESPN’s coaches, but has lost five of its last six games.
It was No. 6 last week.
The Blue Devils are coming off an ACC championship.
It’s a great matchup.
Syracuse: No 1 seed in Atlantic Coast conference, Syracuse (11