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Weekly Watch Guide: Feb. 18-24

NCAA, NBA, FIBA + MORE! All the games you can watch this week on TV in the US and through streaming!

All the NBA, DI Men’s and Women’s, FIBA, and other various games, every week, that you can watch online or on TV. We put it all in one place, every Monday, to make your life a little easier.

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Here are the games I’m most excited for this week:

NBA – Houston at Golden State (Saturday at 8:30 p.m. on ABC)

A rematch of last year’s Western Conference Finals, some of the game’s best will be on the same court. James Harden is having one of the best offensive seasons in league history, recently matching Wilt Chamberlain’s streak of 31-straight games with at least 30 points. On the other side is Golden State, and the back-to-back champs need no introduction. Houston is in the heat of the mess that is the middle of the Western Conference, and every win counts for home-court advantage. Expect fireworks in this one.

MCBB – Illinois at #22 Wisconsin (Monday at 8 p.m. on FS1)

Illinois may be below .500, but this team is playing like it’s tournament-caliber the last few weeks. Wins against some of the Big Ten’s best have proven this team’s vast improvement since the start of the season, with Ayo Dosunmu turning himself into the third-best point guard in the conference and Giorgi Bezhanishvili breaking out. Their aggressive defense forces poor decisions and turnovers, but Wisconsin is the least turnover-prone team in the Big Ten (9.2 per game). I’m curious to see if Illinois’s defensive intensity is able to take over the game against another top conference opponent or if Wisconsin has enough poise to hold off the streaking Illini.

MCBB – #8 North Carolina at #1 Duke (Wednesday at 9 p.m. on ESPN)

The rivalry speaks for itself. Add in ACC regular season title implications and two of the best teams in the country going at it, and you’ve got one of the best matchups of the entire year. Duke has some of the biggest names in the sport right now on its team, and the legend of its freshmen phenoms’ legend grew even more with the improbable comeback at Louisville last week. Even with all of the Blue Devils’s momentum, you can’t count out Carolina, the only team scoring more than Duke in the ACC and the ninth-most efficient offense in the country according to KenPom. We will see how well both teams will be able to run the floor in a game that should turn into a track meet.

MCBB – Wofford at Furman (Saturday at 4 p.m. on ESPN3)

The SoCon is for real this year, and this is one of the marquee matchups of its season. Wofford has steadily built an impressive resume that could get it into the NCAA Tournament even without a SoCon Tournament title, but Furman still needs help to get on the right side of the bubble. With its non-conference and recent wins over East Tennessee State and UNC Greensboro, the Paladins could make it happen if it can ruin Wofford’s perfect conference record. It won’t be easy, though, as Wofford brings one of the most efficient offenses in the country into Timmons Arena, headlined by Fletcher Magee and his nearly 20 points per game. Furman will have to defend the three-point line against the lethal Wofford perimeter players, something it did a decent job of in its 59-54 loss to the Terriers in the first matchup Jan. 19. It’s do or die time for the ‘Dins now.

MCBB –  #12 Kansas at #14 Texas Tech (Saturday at 8 p.m. on ESPN)

Kansas has won 14-straight Big 12 regular season championships, but that streak is in jeopardy this year. Texas Tech is one of the Jayhawks’s biggest challengers, and the Red Raiders will be seeking revenge for the 79-63 beating it took in Lawrence on Feb. 2 in a game Kansas controlled from the start. But Kansas has been a much different team away from Allen Fieldhouse, and Texas Tech’s defense is good enough to stop any offense in its tracks. This game will be vital in determining the conference’s king, either putting one more nail in the Kansas coffin or ending Texas Tech’s bid for its first Big 12 title.

MCBB – #10 Michigan State at #7 Michigan (Sunday at 3:45 p.m. on CBS)

The Big Ten has waited for this game all season, and finally it’s here. Along with Purdue, these have looked like the best teams the conference has to offer, and for a portion of the season looked to be running away from the rest of the pack. Both teams have taken steps back in the last few weeks, but Michigan State in particular has looked back in form as of late. But the Spartans will have to go without Nick Ward and his inside presence as the big man sits out with an injury, opening the door for Michigan to dominate in the post. And to make this all the juicier, these two teams hate each other. Should be a fun one.

WCBB – #1 Baylor at #20 Iowa State (Saturday at 4 p.m. on FSN)

Baylor hasn’t lost since Dec. 15 and has been dominant in its weeks-long winning streak, clobbering most of its schedule. But traveling to Ames might be its most difficult game remaining. Iowa State is the second-highest scoring team in the Big 12 (behind Baylor), and Bridget Carleton is putting up more than 20 points per game as the league’s leading scorer. The Bears cruised 84-69 in these teams’ first matchup in Waco, but Hilton Coliseum can be a whole other animal.

INTERNATIONAL – 2019 FIBA World Cup Qualifiers (All day Thursday, Friday and Sunday on ESPN+)

Forty-four games over the week will help determine the field for the 2019 FIBA World Cup, slated to tip off August 31. Want to see how the game is growing across the globe? This is your chance to see countries you never even thought about playing basketball showing the best they have to offer. Just interested in seeing the world’s premier basketball countries? You can catch USA, Spain, Argentina, Serbia and more during the three days of action. If you’re a lover of wide lanes and uniquely-designed basketball, this is the week for you.

Streams can be found at the following links:

SCHEDULE

All times in Eastern Standard Time.

NBA

Thursday, Feb. 21

Boston at Milwaukee (8 p.m., TNT)

Houston at LA Lakers (10:30 p.m., TNT)

Friday, Feb. 22

San Antonio at Toronto (7 p.m., ESPN)

Utah at Oklahoma City (9:30 p.m., ESPN)

Saturday, Feb. 23

Houston at Golden State (8:30 p.m., ABC)

Sunday, Feb. 24

LA Clippers at Denver (5 p.m., NBATV)

San Antonio at New York (7:30 p.m., NBATV)

MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL (DIVISION I)

Monday, Feb. 18

#3 Virginia at #20 Virginia Tech (7 p.m., ESPN)

Alcorn State at Arkansas Pine Bluff (7 p.m., ESPNU)

Boston University at Holy Cross (7:05 p.m., CBSSN)

Illinois at #22 Wisconsin (8 p.m., FS1)

#23 Kansas State at West Virginia (9 p.m., ESPN)

TCU at Oklahoma State (9 p.m., ESPNU)

Tuesday, Feb. 19

Dayton at Davidson (6 p.m., CBSSN)

Vanderbilt at #5 Tennessee (7 p.m., ESPN)

#15 Purdue at Indiana (7 p.m., ESPN2)

Ohio at #25 Buffalo (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Ball State at Miami (OH) (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Saint Peter’s at Siena (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Toledo at Eastern Michigan (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Akron at Bowling Green (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Kent State at Central Michigan (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Wake Forest at Notre Dame (7 p.m., ESPNU)

Iona at Quinnipiac (7 p.m., ESPN3)

Nebraska at Penn State (7 p.m., FS1)

Ole Miss at South Carolina (7 p.m., SECN)

#24 Maryland at #21 Iowa (8 p.m., BTN)

Bradley at Drake (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Rhode Island at VCU (8 p.m., CBSSN)

#4 Kentucky at Missouri (9 p.m., ESPN)

Baylor at #19 Iowa State (9 p.m., ESPN2)

Alabama at Texas A&M (9 p.m., SECN)

UNLV at Wyoming (10 p.m., CBSSN)

Wednesday, Feb. 20

Rutgers at #10 Michigan State (6:30 p.m., BTN)

#17 Villanova at Georgetown (6:30 p.m., FS1)

Mississippi State at Georgia (6:30 p.m., SECN)

#18 Louisville at Syracuse (7 p.m., ESPN)

Florida at #13 LSU (7 p.m., ESPN2)

Xavier at Seton Hall (7 p.m., CBSSN)

Lipscomb at Florida Gulf Coast (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Illinois State at Indiana State (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Stetson at NJIT (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Boston College at North Carolina State (7 p.m., ACCN)

Fordham at Richmond (7 p.m., ESPN+)

La Salle at St. Bonaventure (7 p.m., ESPN+)

North Alabama at Kennesaw State (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Massachusetts at George Washington (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Tulane at Memphis (7 p.m., ESPNU)

North Florida at Jacksonville (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Evansville at Loyola-Chicago (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at Stephen F. Austin (7:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Nicholls at Sam Houston State (7:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Northern Iowa at Missouri State (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Denver at South Dakota (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Southern Illinois at Valparaiso (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Arkansas at Auburn (8:30 p.m., SECN)

Northwestern at Ohio State (8:30 p.m., BTN)

St. John’s at Providence (8:30 p.m., FS1)

#8 North Carolina at #1 Duke (9 p.m., ESPN)

Butler at #11 Marquette (9 p.m., CBSSN)

Wichita State at Tulsa (9 p.m., ESPNU)

Pittsburgh at Georgia Tech (9 p.m., ACCN)

Stanford at Arizona State (9 p.m., ESPN2)

Colorado at Washington State (10 p.m., PACN)

Air Force at Fresno State (10 p.m., AT&TSN)

#6 Nevada at San Diego State (11 p.m., CBSSN)

New Mexico at Utah State (11 p.m., ESPNU)

Thursday, Feb. 21

Southeast Missouri State at Austin Peay (6:30 p.m., ESPN+)

#7 Michigan at Minnesota (7 p.m., ESPN)

Cleveland State at Wright State (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Longwood at Hampton (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Vermont at UMBC (7 p.m., ESPNU)

Chattanooga at The Citadel (7 p.m., ESPN3)

Winthrop at Radford (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Binghamton at UMass Lowell (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Youngstown State at Northern Kentucky (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Georgia Southern at Coastal Carolina (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Samford at Mercer (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Hartford at New Hampshire (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Georgia State at Appalachian State (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Gardner-Webb at UNC Asheville (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Albany at Stony Brook (7 p.m., ESPN+)

East Tennessee State at VMI (7 p.m., ESPN+)

UCF at Cincinnati (7 p.m., ESPN2)

Wagner at Bryant (7 p.m., CBSSN)

Western Carolina at UNC Greensboro (7 p.m., ESPN+)

South Carolina Upstate at Charleston Southern (7:30 p.m., ESPN+)

IPFW at South Dakota State (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Louisiana Lafayette at UT Arlington (8 p.m., ESPN+)

UT Martin at Murray State (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Eastern Illinois at Belmont (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Louisiana Monroe at Texas State (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Morehead State at Jacksonville State (8:15 p.m., ESPN+)

SIU-Edwardsville at Tennessee State (8:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Eastern Kentucky at Tennessee Tech (8:30 p.m., ESPN+)

High Point at Campbell (9 p.m., ESPNU)

Chicago State at Utah Valley (9 p.m., ESPN+)

Oregon at USC (9 p.m., ESPN)

Connecticut at SMU (9 p.m., ESPN2)

California Baptist at Grand Canyon (9 p.m., ESPN3)

Cal Poly at UC Irvine (10 p.m., ESPN3)

Hawaii at UC Santa Barbara (11 p.m., ESPNU)

Friday, Feb. 22

Bowling Green at Ohio (6:30 p.m., CBSSN)

Kent State at #25 Buffalo (7 p.m., ESPN2)

Niagara at Rider (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Dartmouth at Yale (7 p.m., ESPNEWS)

Iona at Manhattan (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Milwaukee at IUPUI (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Saint Peter’s at Marist (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Canisius at Monmouth (7 p.m., ESPNU)

Harvard at Brown (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Cornell at Princeton (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Columbia at Penn (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Indiana at #21 Iowa (9 p.m., FS1)

Green Bay at UIC (9 p.m., ESPNU)

Davidson at Rhode Island (9 p.m., ESPN2)

Saturday, Feb. 23

#5 Tennessee at #13 LSU (12 p.m., ESPN)

#3 Virginia at #18 Louisville (12 p.m., ACCN)

#11 Marquette at Providence (12 p.m., FOX)

Texas at Oklahoma (12 p.m., ESPNU)

Tulsa at Temple (12 p.m., ESPNEWS)

Penn State at Illinois (12 p.m., BTN)

Boston College at Clemson (12 p.m., ACCN)

Samford at The Citadel (1 p.m., ESPN3)

Auburn at #4 Kentucky (1:30 p.m., CBS)

#19 Iowa State at TCU (2 p.m., ESPN2)

Ohio State at #24 Maryland (2 p.m., ESPN)

Georgia Tech at Miami (FL) (2 p.m., ACCN)

Indiana State at Missouri State (2 p.m., ESPN3)

Georgia Southern at Appalachian State (2 p.m., ESPN+)

St. Joseph’s at Massachusetts (2 p.m., ESPN+)

George Washington at VCU (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Vermont at Binghamton (2 p.m., ESPN3)

Navy at Colgate (2 p.m., CBSSN)

Richmond at La Salle (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Georgia State at Coastal Carolina (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Charleston Southern at Winthrop (2 p.m., ESPN3)

Wyoming at Colorado State (2 p.m., AT&TSN)

Western Michigan at Eastern Michigan (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Miami (OH) at Akron (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Central Michigan at Ball State (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Evansville at Bradley (2 p.m., ESPN3)

Georgetown at Creighton (2:30 p.m., FOX)

UT Martin at Austin Peay (2:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Louisiana Monroe at UT Arlington (3 p.m., ESPN+)

Detroit Mercy at Oakland (3 p.m., ESPN3)

Youngstown State at Wright State (3 p.m., ESPN3)

Campbell at Longwood (3 p.m., ESPN+)

Georgia at Ole Miss (3:30 p.m., SECN)

#16 Florida State at #8 North Carolina (3:45 p.m., CBS)

#15 Purdue at Nebraska (4 p.m., BTN)

Oklahoma State at #23 Kansas State (4 p.m., ESPN2)

#20 Virginia Tech at Notre Dame (4 p.m., ESPN)

Chattanooga at Mercer (4 p.m., ESPN3)

Duquesne at George Mason (4 p.m., ESPN+)

Wofford at Furman (4 p.m., ESPN3)

Denver at North Dakota (4 p.m., ESPN3)

Missouri at Florida (4 p.m., ESPNU)

Saint Louis at Dayton (4 p.m., CBSSN)

North Alabama at Stetson (4 p.m., ESPN+)

Southeast Louisiana at Abilene Christian (4:30 p.m., ESPN3)

Presbyterian at UNC Asheville (4:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Louisiana Lafayette at Texas State (5 p.m., ESPN+)

Eastern Kentucky at Jacksonville State (5 p.m., ESPN+)

Arkansas Little Rock at Arkansas State (5 p.m., ESPN+)

Hampton at Radford (5 p.m., ESPN+)

South Dakota at South Dakota State (5 p.m., ESPN3)

Liberty at North Florida (5 p.m., ESPN+)

Nebraska Omaha at North Dakota State (5 p.m., ESPN3)

Incarnate Word at Stephen. F Austin (5:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Hartford at UMass Lowell (5:30 p.m., ESPN3)

#1 Duke at Syracuse (6 p.m., ESPN)

South Florida at #9 Houston (6 p.m., ESPN2)

Northern Illinois at Toledo (6 p.m., CBSSN)

NJIT at Jacksonville (6 p.m., ESPN+)

Oregon State at USC (6 p.m., PACN)

Vanderbilt at Alabama (6 p.m., ESPNU)

South Carolina at Mississippi State (6 p.m., SECN)

Dartmouth at Brown (6 p.m., ESPN+)

SIU-Edwardsville at Belmont (6 p.m., ESPN+)

UMBC at Albany (7 p.m., ESPN3)

Gardner-Webb at High Point (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Maine at Stony Brook (7 p.m., ESPN3)

Cleveland State at Northern Kentucky (7 p.m., ESPN3)

Cornell at Penn (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Harvard at Yale (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Kennesaw State at Florida Gulf Coast (7 p.m., ESPN+)

VMI at Western Carolina (7:30 p.m., ESPN3)

Fresno State at #6 Nevada (8 p.m., CBSSN)

#12 Kansas at #14 Texas Tech (8 p.m., ESPN)

Oral Roberts at Western Illinois (8 p.m., ESPN3)

Houston Baptist at Sam Houston State (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Memphis at Wichita State (8 p.m., ESPN2)

Utah at Washington State (8 p.m., PACN)

Columbia at Princeton (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Valparaiso at Northern Iowa (8 p.m., ESPN3)

Seton Hall at St. John’s (8 p.m., FS1)

Southeast Missouri State at Murray State (8 p.m., ESPN+)

#22 Wisconsin at Northwestern (8:30 p.m., BTN)

Morehead State at Tennessee Tech (8:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Texas A&M at Arkansas (8:30 p.m., SECN)

Eastern Illinois at Tennessee State (8:30 p.m., ESPN+)

BYU at #2 Gonzaga (10 p.m., ESPN)

Oregon at UCLA (10 p.m., ESPN2)

San Diego State at UNLV (10 p.m., ESPNU)

California Baptist at CSU Bakersfield (10 p.m., ESPN3)

Colorado at Washington (10:30 p.m., PACN)

Sunday, Feb. 24

SMU at UCF (12 p.m., CBSSN)

Green Bay at IUPUI (1 p.m., ESPN+)

Canisius at Iona (1 p.m., ESPN+)

#17 Villanova at Xavier (1:30 p.m., CBS)

Cincinnati at Connecticut (2 p.m., ESPN)

Quinnipiac at Monmouth (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Marist at Siena (2 p.m., ESPN+)

East Tennessee State at UNC Greensboro (3 p.m., ESPN+)

Manhattan at Fairfield (3:30 p.m., ESPN+)

#10 Michigan State at #7 Michigan (3:45 p.m., CBS)

Loyola-Chicago at Southern Illinois (4 p.m., ESPNU)

Milwaukee at UIC (4:12 p.m., ESPN+)

California at Arizona State (6 p.m., PACN)

Wake Forest at North Carolina State (6 p.m., ESPNU)

Minnesota at Rutgers (6:30 p.m., BTN)

Stanford at Arizona (8 p.m., ESPN2)

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL (DIVISION I)

Monday, Feb. 18

Haverford at Penn (1 p.m., ESPN+)

#5 Notre Dame at #9 North Carolina State (7 p.m., ESPN2)

Rutgers at Indiana (7 p.m., BTN)

Ole Miss at Georgia (7 p.m., SECN)

Robert Morris at St. Francis (PA) (7 p.m., ESPN3)

Western Michigan at Northern Illinois (7 p.m., ESPN3)

#2 Oregon at #12 Oregon State (9 p.m., ESPN2)

Tuesday, Feb. 19

Hampton at Gardner-Webb (6 p.m., ESPN+)

Presbyterian at South Carolina Upstate (6 p.m., ESPN+)

Stetson at NJIT (7 p.m., ESPN+)

North Florida at Jacksonville (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Charleston Southern at Campbell (7 p.m., ESPN+)

North Alabama at Kennesaw State (7 p.m., ESPN+)

UNC Asheville at Longwood (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Fairfield at Marist (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Radford at Winthrop (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Saint Peter’s at Monmouth (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Florida Gulf Coast at Lipscomb (7:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Wednesday, Feb. 20

UMBC at Vermont (11 a.m., ESPN+)

Tulane at Houston (1 p.m., ESPN3)

Memphis at #3 Connecticut (7 p.m., ESPN3)

Stony Brook at Albany (7 p.m., ESPN+)

UMass Lowell at Binghamton (7 p.m., ESPN+)

New Hampshire at Hartford (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Davidson at Dayton (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Duquesne at St. Joseph’s (7 p.m., ESPN+)

George Washington at Massachusetts (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Akron at Eastern Michigan (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Buffalo at Ball State (7 p.m., ESPN3)

Central Michigan at Bowling Green (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Kent State at Western Michigan (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Miami (OH) at Toledo (7 p.m., ESPN+)

IPFW at South Dakota State (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Incarnate Word at Lamar (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Illinois at Wisconsin (8 p.m., BTN+)

Thursday, Feb. 21

Ohio State at Michigan State (6 p.m., BTN)

Eastern Illinois at Belmont (6 p.m., ESPN+)

Appalachian State at Georgia State (6 p.m., ESPN+)

UT Martin at Murray State (6 p.m., ESPN+)

Morehead State at Jacksonville State (6:15 p.m., ESPN+)

Southeast Missouri State at Austin Peay (6:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Coastal Carolina at Georgia Southern (6:30 p.m., ESPN+)

SIU-Edwardsville at Tennessee State (6:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Eastern Kentucky at Tennessee Tech (6:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Minnesota at #8 Maryland (7 p.m., BTN2Go)

Rutgers at Michigan (7 p.m., BTN+)

Purdue at Penn State (7 p.m., BTN+)

#4 Louisville at Virginia (7 p.m., ACCN)

Duke at #5 Notre Dame (7 p.m., ACCN)

#16 Kentucky at #13 South Carolina (7 p.m., SECN)

Wake Forest at #9 North Carolina State (7 p.m., ACCN)

Pittsburgh at #18 Syracuse (7 p.m., ACCN)

#14 Miami (FL) at Virginia Tech (7 p.m., ACCN)

Arkansas at Georgia (7 p.m., SECN)

Boston College at North Carolina (7 p.m., ACCN)

Mercer at East Tennessee State (7 p.m., ESPN3)

George Mason at Richmond (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Clemson at Georgia Tech (7 p.m., ACCN)

Samford at Chattanooga (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Quinnipiac at Rider (7 p.m., ESPN3)

Rhode Island at St. Bonaventure (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Florida at LSU (7:30 p.m., SECN)

#10 Iowa at Indiana (8 p.m., BTN)

Nebraska at Northwestern (8 p.m., BTN2Go)

#6 Mississippi State at Ole Miss (8 p.m., SECN)

Denver at #23 South Dakota (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Alabama at Vanderbilt (8 p.m., SECN)

Oakland at Green Bay (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Detroit Mercy at Milwaukee (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Tennessee at #21 Texas A&M (9 p.m., SECN)

Friday, Feb. 22

Seton Hall at Georgetown (11 a.m., FSGo)

Columbia at Penn (5:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Cornell at Princeton (5:30 p.m., ESPN+)

St. John’s at Villanova (7 p.m., FSGo)

Yale at Dartmouth (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Cleveland State at Wright State (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Youngstown State at Northern Kentucky (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Evansville at #24 Drake (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Manhattan at Iona (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Siena at Canisius (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Brown at Harvard (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Southern Illinois at Loyola-Chicago (8 p.m., ESPN3)

Illinois State at Bradley (8 p.m., ESPN3)

Missouri State at Valparaiso (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Indiana State at Northern Iowa (8 p.m., ESPN3)

Butler at #11 Marquette (8 p.m., FSGo)

Xavier at DePaul (8 p.m., FSGo)

USC at #12 Oregon State (9 p.m., PACN)

#17 Arizona State at California (10 p.m., PACN)

UCLA at #2 Oregon (11 p.m., PACN)

Saturday, Feb. 23

Texas Tech at #19 Texas (12 p.m., LHN)

Hampton at Longwood (12 p.m., ESPN+)

Denver at North Dakota (12 p.m., ESPN3)

Toledo at Ball State (12:05 p.m., ESPN3)

NJIT at Jacksonville (1 p.m., ESPN+)

North Alabama at Stetson (1 p.m., ESPN+)

Northern Illinois at Central Michigan (1 p.m., ESPN3)

IUPUI at UIC (1 p.m., ESPN3)

Liberty at North Florida (1 p.m., ESPN+)

Arkansas Little Rock at Arkansas State (1 p.m., ESPN+)

Albany at UMBC (1 p.m., ESPN3)

Southeast Louisiana at Abilene Christian (2 p.m., ESPN3)

Samford at East Tennessee State (2 p.m., ESPN3)

FAU at FIU (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Marist at Quinnipiac (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Mercer at Chattanooga (2 p.m., ESPN3)

South Carolina Upstate at UNC Asheville (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Binghamton at Vermont (2 p.m., ESPN3)

Eastern Michigan at Western Michigan (2 p.m., ESPN3)

UMass Lowell at Hartford (2 p.m., ESPN3)

Saint Louis at Davidson (2 p.m., ESPN+)

VCU at Duquesne (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Ohio at Kent State (2 p.m., ESPN3)

Furman at Wofford (2 p.m., ESPN3)

Nebraska Omaha at North Dakota State (2 p.m., ESPN3)

Bowling Green at Miami (OH) (2 p.m., ESPN3)

Detroit Mercy at Green Bay (2 p.m., ESPN3)

Coastal Carolina at Georgia State (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Campbell at Radford (2 p.m., ESPN+)

UT Martin at Austin Peay (2:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Texas State at Louisiana Lafayette (3 p.m., ESPN+)

Eastern Kentucky at Jacksonville State (3 p.m., ESPN+)

Incarnate Word at Stephen F. Austin (3 p.m., ESPN+)

South Alabama at Troy (3 p.m., ESPN+)

UTSA at UTEP (3 p.m., ESPN+)

Oakland at Milwaukee (3 p.m., ESPN3)

#1 Baylor at #20 Iowa State (4 p.m., FSN)

Creighton at Providence (4 p.m., FSGo)

Kennesaw State at Florida Gulf Coast (4 p.m., ESPN+)

Gardner-Webb at High Point (4 p.m., ESPN+)

SIU-Edwardsville at Belmont (4 p.m., ESPN+)

#25 Rice at North Texas (4 p.m., ESPN+)

Oklahoma at West Virginia (4 p.m., AT&TSN)

Cornell at Penn (4:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Brown at Dartmouth (5 p.m., ESPN+)

Yale at Harvard (5 p.m., ESPN+)

Buffalo at Akron (5 p.m., ESPN3)

Cincinnati at East Carolina (5 p.m., ESPN3)

Louisiana Tech at Southern Miss (5 p.m., ESPN+)

UNC Greensboro at Western Carolina (5 p.m., ESPN3)

Oral Roberts at Western Illinois (5:30 p.m., ESPN3)

Houston Baptist at Sam Houston State (5:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Columbia at Princeton (5:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Southeast Missouri State at Murray State (6 p.m., ESPN+)

Morehead State at Tennessee Tech (6:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Eastern Illinois at Tennessee State (6:30 p.m., ESPN+)

UC Riverside at UC Irvine (10 p.m., ESPN3)

Sunday, Feb. 24

#9 North Carolina State at North Carolina (12 p.m., ACCN)

#22 Florida State at #14 Miami (FL) (12 p.m., ESPN2)

St. Bonaventure at George Washington (12 p.m., ESPN+)

Seton Hall at Villanova (1 p.m., FSGo)

Virginia Tech at Clemson (1 p.m., Raycom Sports)

Duke at Wake Forest (1 p.m., ACCN)

Stony Brook at Maine (1 p.m., ESPN+)

Iona at Fairfield (1 p.m., ESPN+)

St. John’s at Georgetown (2 p.m., FS2)

USC at #2 Oregon (2 p.m., PACN)

Boston College at #4 Louisville (2 p.m., ACCN)

Vanderbilt at #6 Mississippi State (2 p.m., SECN)

LSU at #16 Kentucky (2 p.m., SECN)

Michigan at Michigan State (2 p.m., ESPN2)

#23 South Dakota at South Dakota State (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Monmouth at Canisius (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Missouri State at Loyola-Chicago (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Youngstown State at Wright State (2 p.m., ESPN+)

St. Joseph’s at Rhode Island (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Southern Illinois at Valparaiso (2 p.m., ESPN3)

La Salle at Richmond (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Dayton at George Mason (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Massachusetts at Fordham (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Cleveland State at Northern Kentucky (2 p.m., ESPN+)

Houston at Memphis (2 p.m., ESPNU)

#3 Connecticut at Tulsa (3 p.m., ESPN3)

Xavier at #11 Marquette (3 p.m., FSGo)

Butler at DePaul (3 p.m., FSGo)

Indiana State at #24 Drake (3 p.m., ESPN+)

Evansville at Northern Iowa (3 p.m., ESPN+)

Georgia Tech at Virginia (3 p.m., ACCN)

Missouri at Auburn (3 p.m., SECN)

UCLA at #12 Oregon State (4 p.m., PACN)

#17 Arizona State at #7 Stanford (4 p.m., PACN)

Ole Miss at Arkansas (4 p.m., SECN)

Penn State at Illinois (4 p.m., BTN)

Georgia at Alabama (6 p.m., SECN)

G-LEAGUE

Wednesday, Feb. 20

Agua Caliente at Windy City (12 p.m., ESPN+)

Greensboro at Canton (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Fort Wayne at Delaware (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Erie at Grand Rapids (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Capital City at Lakeland (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Maine at Westchester (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Wisconsin at Raptors 905 (7:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Texas at Iowa (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Salt Lake City at Memphis (8 p.m., ESPN+)

Rio Grande Valley at Oklahoma City (8 p.m., ESPN+)

South Bay at Northern Arizona (8:30 p.m., ESPN+)

Santa Cruz at Stockton (10 p.m., ESPN+)

Thursday, Feb. 21

Sioux Falls at Long Island (7 p.m., ESPN+)

Friday, Feb. 22

Greensboro at Capital City (7 p.m., Facebook Live)

Maine at Delaware (7 p.m., Facebook Live)

Canton at Erie (7 p.m., Facebook Live)

Salt Lake City at Lakeland (7 p.m., Facebook Live)

Grand Rapids at Westchester (7 p.m., Facebook Live)

Iowa at Rio Grande Valley (8 p.m., Facebook Live)

Fort Wayne at Windy City (8 p.m., Facebook Live)

Agua Caliente at Wisconsin (8 p.m., Facebook Live)

Austin at South Bay (10 p.m., Facebook Live)

Oklahoma City at Stockton (10 p.m., Facebook Live)

Saturday, Feb. 23

Long Island at Raptors 905 (2 p.m., Facebook Live)

Capital City at Erie (7 p.m., Facebook Live)

Canton at Fort Wayne (7 p.m., Facebook Live)

Iowa at Texas (8:30 p.m., Facebook Live)

Northern Arizona at Stockton (10 p.m., Facebook Live)

Sunday, Feb. 24

Windy City at Maine (1 p.m., Facebook Live)

Sioux Falls at Raptors 905 (2 p.m., NBATV)

Memphis at Long Island (3 p.m., Facebook Live)

Lakeland at Westchester (2 p.m., Facebook Live)

Greensboro at Wisconsin (3:30 p.m., Facebook Live)

Austin at Agua Caliente (6 p.m., Facebook Live)

Oklahoma City at Sioux Falls (8 p.m., Facebook Live)

INTERNATIONAL

Thursday, Feb. 21

Australia at Kazakhstan (8:50 a.m., ESPN+)

Japan at Iran (9:20 a.m., ESPN+)

Russia at Bulgaria (10:50 a.m., ESPN+)

Philippines at Qatar (10:50 a.m., ESPN+)

France at Finland (10:50 a.m., ESPN+)

Bosnia & Herzegovina at Czech Republic (11:50 a.m., ESPN+)

Serbia at Estonia (11:50 a.m., ESPN+)

Germany at Israel (12:20 p.m., ESPN+)

Georgia at Greece (1:20 p.m., ESPN+)

Chile at Canada (5:20 p.m., ESPN+)

Brazil at Virgin Islands (5:50 p.m., ESPN+)

Venezuela at Dominican Republic (7:20 p.m., ESPN+)

Friday, Feb. 22

South Korea at Syria (8:50 a.m., ESPN+)

Senegal at Rwanda (9:50 a.m., ESPN+)

Slovenia at Turkey (10:50 a.m., ESPN+)

Montenegro at Ukraine (11:50 a.m., ESPN+)

Poland at Croatia (11:50 a.m., ESPN+)

China at Jordan (12:20 p.m., ESPN+)

Spain at Latvia (12:20 p.m., ESPN+)

Central African Republic at Mali (12:20 p.m., ESPN+)

Lithuania at Netherlands (1:50 p.m., ESPN+)

Hungary at Italy (2:05 p.m., ESPN+)

New Zealand at Lebanon (2:20 p.m., ESPN+)

Ivory Coast at Nigeria (2:50  p.m., ESPN+)

Argentina at Puerto Rico (6:50 p.m., ESPN+)

Panama at USA (6:50 p.m., ESPN+)

Uruguay at Mexico (9:20 p.m., ESPN+)

Sunday, Feb. 24

China at Syria (5:20 a.m., ESPN+)

Finland at Russia (7:50 a.m., ESPN+)

Australia at Iran (9:20 a.m., ESPN+)

Philippines at Kazakhstan (9:20 a.m., ESPN+)

Japan at Qatar (9:20 a.m., ESPN+)

South Korea at Lebanon (9:20 a.m., ESPN+)

New Zealand at Jordan (9:20 a.m., ESPN+)

Rwanda at Central African Republic (9:50 a.m., ESPN+)

Israel at Serbia (9:50 a.m., ESPN+)

Estonia at Georgia (9:50 a.m., ESPN+)

Czech Republic at France (10:50 a.m., ESPN+)

Bulgaria at Bosnia & Herzegovina (11:50 a.m., ESPN+)

Greece at Germany (11:50 a.m., ESPN+)

Nigeria at Senegal (12:20 p.m., ESPN+)

Venezuela at Canada (2:20 p.m., ESPN+)

Mali at Ivory Coast (2:50 p.m., ESPN+)

Chile at Virgin Islands (5:50 p.m., ESPN+)

COLLEGE BASKETBALL (NON-DIVISION I)

Tuesday, Feb. 19

Women’s NAIA – Crossroads League Tournament Quarterfinals, Grace University (IN) vs. Indiana Wesleyan (7 p.m., ESPN3)

Wednesday, Feb. 20

Men’s NAIA – Crossroads League Tournament Quarterfinals, Huntington (IN) vs. Indiana Wesleyan (7 p.m., ESPN3)

Thursday, Feb. 21

Men’s D-II – Northern Michigan at Grand Valley State (8 p.m., ESPN3)

Saturday, Feb. 23

Women’s NAIA – Crossroads League Tournament Semifinals, Teams TBA (1 p.m., ESPN3)

Women’s D-II – Michigan Tech at Grand Valley State (1 p.m., ESPN3)

Men’s NAIA – Crossroads League Tournament Semifinals, Teams TBA (3 p.m., ESPN3)

Men’s D-II – Michigan Tech at Grand Valley State (3 p.m., ESPN3)

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