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UNC Basketball vs. Oregon: How to watch, channel, streaming

The Heels will attempt to bounce back in a Black Friday matchup against the Ducks.

NCAA Basketball: Battle 4 Atlantis-Alabama at North Carolina Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

Following what could mostly be described as a very inebriated second round of the Battle 4 Atlantis, the North Carolina Tar Heels are set to square off against Oregon. The Ducks are coming off of a tough overtime loss to Gonzaga, and the Tar Heels got the stuffing beat out of them by Michigan before mounting an impressive comeback to cut the game to within nine points to close things out.

There are plenty of questions going into this game, and to be very honest, I’m not sure how many we will get answered in a positive manner. Will Cole Anthony be able to put the team on his back during critical stretches before the score gets out of hand? Will Garrison Brooks and Armando Bacot be able to look more like they did against Alabama and less like they did yesterday? Will the Heels finally get an adequate amount of help on the perimeter? Hopefully this will be a huge bounce back game and the team will leave the Bahamas happy, or else Roy Williams may blow a gasket in Imperial Arena and it will make for a very awkward ride home.

If you’re not Black Friday shopping this morning and would like to catch the game, here’s how you can tune in:

  • Time: 11:30 am ET
  • Location: Imperial Arena - Nassau, Bahamas
  • TV: ESPN - Jon Sciambi and Jimmy Dykes on the call.
  • Radio: Tar Heel Sports Network with Dave Nathan and Eric Montross (affiliates listed here). The channel listings for satellite radio are unavailable for this game.
  • Streaming: Streaming video of the game will be on WatchESPN, or you can listen to the THSN broadcast on Tune In or
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