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Duke vs. UNC: TV info and how to watch on ESPN

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The Duke-UNC rivalry continues (0:32)

A look back at some of the best moments between Duke and North Carolina in their historic rivalry. (0:32)

If you thought the stakes were high when the then-No. 8 North Carolina Tar Heels visited the then-No. 1 Duke Blue Devils on Feb. 20 -- an 88-72 UNC win -- then you're going to want to tune in for Game No. 2 on Saturday, March 9, when a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament could be on the line.

Plenty has happened since that February game, which saw Duke's star freshman Zion Williamson leave early with a knee sprain. Williamson hasn't played since, and while Duke has gone 3-1 since then, it has struggled without him. Carolina, meanwhile, has won six straight games and has lost just once since Jan. 13.

Where can I watch No. 4 Duke at No. 3 UNC?

The Blue Devils visit the Tar Heels in this ACC rivalry game on ESPN at 6 p.m. ET Saturday.

With Williamson out, fellow freshmen RJ Barrett has stepped up for Duke, while Carolina has a star freshman of its own leading the charge in Coby White.

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ESPN commentators Jay Bilas, Dan Shulman and Maria Taylor will be on the call from Chapel Hill.


How do I stream the game?

The game will be available to stream on mobile devices using the ESPN App.