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Alabama vs. North Carolina: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, injury report and stats

No. 1 North Carolina faces a tough test against No. 4 Alabama and its fast-paced, high-scoring offense with a spot in the West regional final up for grabs.

The Alabama Crimson Tide score the most points per game (90.7) among men's Division I teams, while the North Carolina Tar Heels are a well-rounded team with plenty of experience.

How to watch Alabama vs. North Carolina, TV channel and streaming

Alabama vs. North Carolina will be broadcast on CBS, which can be watched via linear or cable TV and through streaming apps such as YouTubeTV or SlingTV. The game will also be streamed on Paramount+ and the March Madness Live app.

Alabama vs. North Carolina start time, date and venue

Alabama vs. North Carolina is scheduled to tip off at 9:39 PM ET/6:39 PM PT on Thursday, March 28, and taking place at Arena in Los Angeles, California.

Alabama vs. North Carolina injury report

Alabama: Latrell Wrightsell Jr. - head, probable; Davin Cosby Jr. - foot, doubtful

North Carolina: No injuries to report

Alabama vs. North Carolina predicted lineups

Alabama: Aaron Estrada, Grant Nelson, Rylan Griffen, Latrell Wrightsell Jr., Mark Sears

North Carolina: RJ Davis, Cormac Ryan, Elliot Cadeau, Harrison Ingram, Armando Bacot

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Alabama vs. North Carolina stats

  • Alabama leads all Division I teams in points per game with 90.7; North Carolina is ranked 20th in points per game with 81.8.
  • Both teams have a player scoring more than 20 points per game: Mark Spears scores 21.5 points per game for Alabama while North Carolina's RJ Davis scores 21.3 points per game.
  • North Carolina is eighth in the nation in rebounds per game with 40.9; Alabama ranks 21st in rebounding with 39.7 rebounds per game.
  • Both teams are above average at defending the three-point shot: North Carolina allows the 68th-lowest three-point percentage at 31.7 percent while Alabama allows the 41st-lowest three-point percentage at 31.3 percent.
  • The Crimson Tide attempt the fourth-most three pointers (30.1 attempts per game) and they make their threes at the 32nd-highest percentage (36.7 percent); the Tar Heels are in the middle of the pack in three-point attempts and they make them 35.8 percent of the time, the 84th-best percentage.
  • Alabama plays at the eighth-fastest pace in Division I men's basketball with 74.4 possessions per game; North Carolina plays at the 56th-fastest pace with 71.3 possessions per game.

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