The UNC vs. Kansas game will be shown on ESPN tonight at 9:00pm EST. Here’s how you can watch it.
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The UNC vs. Kansas game will be broadcast on ESPN2. Here is a complete guide on how to watch the game.
If you have ESPN2
If you have a cable or satellite subscription that includes ESPN2, then you can watch the game online at WatchESPN.com, or on the WatchESPN app for mobile devices.
You will need to sign in with your cable or satellite provider info to watch, but once you do, you’ll have access to all ESPN2 programming, including the UNC vs. Kansas game.
If you don’t have ESPN2
There are still several ways to watch the UNC vs. Kansas game even if you don’t have a cable or satellite subscription that includes ESPN2. The best way is to sign up for a free trial of a streaming TV service that includes ESPN2 in its channel lineup.
What channel is the game on?
The game will be broadcast on ESPN. If you have a cable or satellite subscription that includes ESPN, you can watch the game on your computer, phone, or streaming device by signing in with your provider info.
You can also watch the game live for free with Sling TV. If you don’t have a cable or satellite subscription, you can still sign up for a free trial of Sling TV and get ESPN.
How to stream the game online
There are a few different ways that you can stream the game online. First, you can go to the official website of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. There, you will be able to find a link to the live stream. Second, you can go to ESPN3.com. There, you will be able to find a link to the live stream. Finally, you can go to WatchESPN.com. There, you will be able to find a link to the live stream.
What time is the game?
The game is scheduled to start at 9:00 p.m. EST on ESPN.
UNC controls its own destiny when it comes to the 2021 NCAA tournament. The Tar Heels are currently riding a four-game winning streak, which includes victories over then-No. 6 Virginia and then-No. 9 Wisconsin. That has UNC at 18-7 overall and 11-5 in the ACC, good for fourth place in the conference standings.