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Clemson vs. Arizona: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, odds, player props, injury report and stats

The No. 6 Clemson Tigers face the No. 2 Arizona Wildcats in the first game of the day on Thursday between two experienced teams with plenty of talent.

Arizona beat No. 15 Long Beach State by 20 points and No. 7 Dayton by 10 points in the first two rounds to get to this point. Clemson crushed No. 11 New Mexico by 19 points to dispel any notions of a potential upset in that opening-round matchup, and then they beat a tough No. 3 Baylor team by eight.

How to watch Clemson vs. Arizona, TV channel and streaming

Clemson vs. Arizona will be broadcast on CBS, which can be watched via linear or cable TV as well as streaming apps including YouTubeTV, Sling TV and FuboTV. The game can also be streamed on Paramount+ or the March Madness Live app.

Clemson vs. Arizona start time, date and venue

Clemson vs. Arizona is scheduled to tip off at 7:09 PM ET/4:09 PM PT on Thursday, March 28, with the game taking place at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, California.

Clemson vs. Arizona odds

Clemson

+225 ML

Arizona

-315 ML

Spread

Arizona -7.0

Total Points

O/U 152.0

Clemson vs. Arizona player props

Player points

Player

Total Points (O/U)

Caleb Love (Arizona)

18.5 (-115/-115)

PJ Hall (Clemson)

16.5 (-115/-115)

Chase Hunter (Clemson)

14.5 (-120/-110)

Joseph Girard III (Clemson)

13.5 (-120/-110)

Oumar Ballo (Arizona)

12.5 (-115/-115)

Keshad Johnson (Arizona)

11.5 (-120/-110)

Clemson vs. Arizona injury report

Clemson: Bas Leyte - shoulder, out; Alex Hemenway - leg, out

Arizona: No injuries to report

Clemson vs. Arizona predicted lineups

Clemson: Joseph Girard III, Chase Hunter, PJ Hall, Ian Schieffelin, Jack Clark

Arizona: Caleb Love, Pelle Larsen, Keshad Johnson, Kylan Boswell, Oumar Ballo

Clemson vs. Arizona stats

  • Arizona averages the third-most points among Division I men's basketball teams with 87.6 points per game; Clemson is ranked 79th in that stat with 77.2 points per game.
  • The Tigers take care of the ball as they average 10.1 turnovers, but they only force 9.4 turnovers per game; Arizona turns the ball over 12 times per game while forcing 13.5 turnovers.
  • The Wildcats make three-pointers at the 20th-highest percentage (37.3 percent) while Clemson is 110th in three-point percentage (35.3 percent).
  • Arizona plays at the 16th-fastest pace with 73.4 possessions per game; Clemson is ranked 249th in pace with 67.6 possessions per game.
  • Arizona center Oumar Ballo is fifth in the nation in field goal percentage (65.7 percent).
  • Clemson guard Joseph Girard III is tied for first in DI men's basketball in free throw percentage (95.0 percent).
  • Led by Ballo's 20.9 total rebound percentage - rnaked seventh in the nation - the Wildcats are third in team rebounding percentage as they grab 56.7 percent of available rebounds.

Odds mentioned in this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

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