Here's our starting five. Who you got?
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/62W 118-84
- 11/11W 94-72
- 11/14W 84-46
- 11/19W 90-64
- 11/208W 78-72
- 11/213L 89-87
- 11/27W 90-69
- 12/1W 113-49
- 12/5W 84-54
- 12/8W 91-58
- 12/18W 101-50
- 12/2012W 69-58
- 1/5W 87-68
- 1/8W 87-65
- 1/1213W 80-78
- 1/14L 95-91
- 1/194W 72-70
- 1/22W 79-64
- 1/26W 66-53
- 1/28W 83-61
- 2/2W 91-61
- 2/5W 80-55
- 2/93W 81-71
- 2/1216W 71-69
- 2/16W 94-78
- 2/208L 88-72
- 2/23W 75-65
- 2/2620L 77-72
- 3/2W 87-57
- 3/5W 71-70
- 3/93L 79-70
- 3/14W 84-72
- 3/153W 74-73
- 3/1612W 73-63
- 3/2216h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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- Duke back on top; ACC is 1-2-3 in final Top 25
- Duke heaviest favorite since 2014-15 Kentucky
- UVa, UNC, Duke, Gonzaga get NCAA top seeds
- MVP Zion leads Duke to ACC title after absence
Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer
North Dakota State's Tyson Ward says he's "absolutely" looking forward to playing top-seeded Duke on Friday night. :You always want to play the best. So chalk it up, and we'll see what happens." Bison coach Dave Richman said he's telling his guys to "stay in the moment and enjoy it. And smile."
Should Duke be the favorite? Which 12 can knock off a 5? We polled more than two dozen coaches and scouts to find out.
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Duke is back on top, followed by Virginia and North Carolina, to give the Atlantic Coast Conference a 1-2-3 showing in the final AP Top 25 poll this season.
Duke may have gotten the overall No. 1 seed, but BPI says it looks like a hollow reward.
Duke is the heaviest favorite entering the NCAA tournament since the 2014-15 Kentucky Wildcats, who arrived at the Big Dance undefeated but lost in the Final Four.
ESPN's Jeff Borzello, comedian Scott Kerman and Mike Miller from the Double Clutch podcast get you and hosts Jamie Laing and Rachel Stringer in the know about March Madness.
The NCAA Tournament is finally here! Will we see another No. 16 seed beat a No. 1 seed? Will Gonzaga finally win its first national championship?
Paul Sabin ESPN Analytics
Who's going to cut down the nets on April 8th? Virginia 32% Gonzaga 23% Duke 15% Full round-by-round projections at espn.com/bpi
ESPN analyst Joe Lunardi and his team of bracketologists examine the 2019 NCAA tournament outlook for the Duke Blue Devils.
Virginia, Duke, North Carolina and Gonzaga have earned the No. 1 seeds for the 2019 NCAA tournament.
Paul Sabin ESPN Analytics
The No. 1 overall seed is less settled this year than most. According to espn.com/bpi , Virginia is the favorite to be No. 1 overall at 61% while Duke is second at 25%.
After sitting out five games with an injured knee, Zion Williamson made his return felt in a big way, leading Duke to the ACC tournament title and earning MVP honors.
SportsCenter: Zion leads Duke to ACC title, Russ struggles against Warriors
Michael Eaves discusses Russell Westbrook's rough night against the Dubs, Zion's performance for Duke, and he also talks about other action in both college basketball and the NBA.
The Blue Devils, with Williamson back at full strength, handled Florida State and now look ahead to the NCAA tournament.
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