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UNC Basketball: How to Watch the Battle 4 Atlantis

Bookmark this as the way to keep up with when the Tar Heels play in the Bahamas.

NCAA Basketball: Battle 4 Atlantis-Kansas at NC State Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

It’s Feast Week in college basketball, a time when the sport feels like it really gets underway and the week of Thanksgiving is filled with games matching teams across the country in great locations. Carolina always takes part in some form or fashion, and this year they are out in the Bahamas in the annual Battle 4 Atlantis.

These Thanksgiving Tournaments are always tough to plan your day around when you want to watch, as teams are guaranteed to play all three days, but when they play is determined by the result of the other games. The only one set in stone is day one, and then you have about 24 hours to work your way around the next game. At this point, though, your family should understand how meaningful basketball is in your life so I’m sure they’ll understand. Just plan your cooking around it.

To help you out, this post is going to be updated throughout the week. It’ll start by listing all of the possibilities so that you at least have an idea of what to expect, and then based on the results it’ll get narrowed down and updated with the correct team and channel information.

Friday, November 24th: UNC Arkansas

  • Time: 1 PM ET
  • Location: Imperial Arena, Paradise Island, Bahamas
  • TV: ESPN2, Jon Sciambi and Jimmy Dykes will be on the call.
  • Radio: Tar Heel Sports Network with Dave Nathan, as Jones Angell is staying back to call the football game Saturday. Adam Lucas will provide the color with Dave as Eric Montross continues his cancer fight. Here’s a list of affiliates airing the THSN broadcast. You can also listen to them on GoHeels.com, The Varsity Network, and TuneIn.
  • Streaming: The ESPN broadcast can be streamed on Watch ESPN—although you’ll need a cable/satellite/streaming login to use it.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone, and here’s hoping it’s an enjoyable one for the Tar Heels as well!