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Primer: NCAA West Regional time, TV, ticket and streaming information

Michigan will face No. 3 seeded Texas Tech on Thursday night in Anaheim at 9:39 p.m. (eastern) on CBS.

Michigan will face No. 3 seeded Texas Tech on Thursday night in Anaheim at 9:39 p.m. (eastern).

The game will be televised on CBS with Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Dan Bonner and Dana Jacobson on the broadcast. All games will be played at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.

The top four seeds advanced in the West regional, pairing No. 1 Gonzaga with No. 4 Florida State and No. 2 Michigan with No. 3 Texas Tech. The winners of both games will meet on Saturday to play for a trip to the Final Four.

Streaming Information:

All NCAA tournament broadcast will be available over the internet at There are also apps available on the Apple, Android, Amazon Fire, Windows 10 and Roku platforms.

Ticket Information:

All games will be played at the Honda Center in Anaheim, CA. Tickets are available here

West Regional:

The West regional semifinals and finals will be played in Anaheim, CA. West regional games are scheduled to be played on March 28th and March 30th, 2019.



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  1. MH20

    Dylan, get thee to a charger!

  2. Slytherin1

    Harlan is a really good play-by-play guy.

  3. ReegsShannon

    Early Hoop-Math conclusions on Texas Tech:

    • Jarret Culver: Three level scorer. Primary creator. Can hit threes off the dribble and finish at the rim. Not great in the mid-range so you want force him into that shot as much as possible but not super unusually anemic or anything. Solid passer. HIGH usage.
    • Matt Mooney: Secondary creator. Decently effecient from everwhere, but settles for too many mid-range jumpers because he struggles to get to the rim. He is effecient once he gets there. Not a knockdown three point shooter but he can make em.
    • Davide Moretti: Elite effeciency from everywhere on the floor, but struggles to get to the rim. Elite spot-up shooter. 44% from three. But he’s also a 53% shooter from the mid-range! So if you run him off the line, he’s gonna dribble into a pull-up and make it. NEED to close out under control when guarding him.
    • Tariq Owens: Elite defender / shot-blocker. Switchable center, but very skinny. Good offensive rebounder but weak on the defensive boards. Will catch and finish. He is also has a 2 point-jumper that you need to respect. Shoots 52% on 2 point jumpers.
    • Odiase Norense: He’s a big-man who starts for some reason but doesn’t play starters minutes.
    • Brandone Francis: He can make spot-up 3s but sucks otherwise.
    • Kyler Edwards: Good spot-up shooter. Solid at the rim. Not much of a creator.
    • Deshawn Corprew: Same player as Kyler.

  4. gosieg

    I’m planning to go to this one, as I live in LA! For those of you unfamiliar with the area, you can take the Amtrak train from Union Station to Anaheim and walk to the stadium.

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