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March Madness 2022 Finals: game time, TV and how to stream and watch online

The March Madness season finale is finally upon us, with the University of North Carolina and the University of Kansas fighting it out for the NCAA men's championship.

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The March Madness season finale is finally upon us, with the University of North Carolina and the University of Kansas fighting it out for the NCAA championship.
Brian Spurlock

After two weeks of some of the most memorable moments and most riveting storylines in college basketball, the stage has finally been set for the NCAA men’s tournament championship game. Make sure you don’t miss the last game of the Big Dance.

North Carolina vs. Kansas

The North Carolina Tar Heels are coming off an epic showdown with their biggest rival Duke in the Final Four, prevailing over the Blue Devils 81-77 in a thrilling instant classic. Point guard Caleb Love led UNC to victory, delivering 22 of his 28 points in the second half. The Tar Heels are aiming to be only the second No. 8 seed to win the NCAA trophy.

No. 1 seed Kansas advanced into the finals with a convincing 81-65 win over the Villanova Wildcats, with big man David McCormack taking centerstage racking up 25 points. They will also be counting on 2022 Big 12 Player of the Year Ochai Agbaji for tonight’s game. The Jayhawks have been playing under the radar this season, despite being the only top seed to reach the Elite Eight.

How to watch the 2022 NCAA men’s finals

Kansas (1) vs. North Carolina (8)

Date: Monday, April 4

Venue: Caesars Superdome, New Orleans

Time: - 9:20 p.m. ET / 6:20 p.m. PT

TV: TBS

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Streaming: You can follow the NCAA men’s finals on March Madness Live, the official home of the 2022 NCAA Tournament games. You can also access the match through live streaming platforms such as Sling TV and Hulu+ Live TV.

Tickets: This year’s March Madness returns to a little more normalcy this year, after being cancelled in 2020 and having a very limited audience last year. If you want to catch the excitement in person, you can still buy tickets to the finals here.

Live coverage: You can also follow our live text coverage and commentary of the NCAA men’s championship game right here on AS USA.

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