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NCAA.com | March 27, 2016

2016 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship Final Four Tips Off Saturday, April 2, on TBS

Turner Sports and CBS Sports’ exclusive coverage of the 2016 NCAA® Division I Men’s Basketball Final Four® on Saturday, April 2 (6 p.m. ET), will tip off with Oklahoma against Villanova (6:09 p.m. ET) on TBS.  North Carolina against Syracuse will follow 40 minutes after the conclusion of the first game. Jim Nantz, Grant Hill and Bill Raftery will call the games with reporter Tracy Wolfson.

Ernie Johnson will host studio coverage from the Final Four National Semifinals and the National Championship on Monday, April 4, from NRG Stadium in Houston with analysts Charles Barkley, Clark Kellogg and Kenny Smith. They will be joined by Greg Gumbel along with analysts Reggie Miller and Steve Smith and insider Seth Davis.

Additionally, TNT and truTV will present “Team Stream by Bleacher Report,” independently produced, team-specific coverage for both games.  For the first game, the Oklahoma Team Stream will be featured on TNT and the Villanova Team Stream will air on truTV.  The second game will feature the North Carolina Team Stream on TNT, with the Syracuse Team Stream on truTV.

 

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