NCAA March Madness 2017 Live Basketball

NCAA March Madness 2017 Live Stream The Wolverines shrugged off an airplane scare on their way to the Big Ten tournament title and then shrugged off No. 2 seed Louisville on Sunday to make it to this point, so who says they can’t continued to shrug their way to victory on Thursday night against the Ducks?

The key might be whether Moe Wagner, Michigan’s postseason breakout star, can shrug off foul trouble. Wagner has been whistled for 100 fouls this season, 21 more than his closest teammate, and played just 14 minutes against Oklahoma State in the first round after picking up two fouls in the first 3:11 of the game. Then, against the Cardinals,

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he was called for his second foul late in the first half but still finished with a team-high 26 points on 11-of-14 shooting. Assuming he stays on the court, the 6-foot-11 Wagner could be a load for an Oregon team that’s advanced this far without rim protector Chris Boucher (11.8 points per game, 6.1 rebounds per game), who suffered a season-ending ACL tear in the Pac-12 Tech giant Intel is ratcheting up the March Madness for basketball fans, offering an expanded field of games in virtual reality for the men’s NCAA tournament.

Intel’s newly rebranded True VR (the platform and company gained by acquisition that’s formerly known as Voke VR) is partnering with the NCAA and tourney broadcasters CBS Sports and Turner Sports in a three-year deal.

“VR technology is the next evolution of bringing the fan closer to the actual in-arena experience. This type of immersive experience will bring in the superfans who truly want to feel the energy and excitement of the game. It also offers a product that brings in a younger demo, given that most VR adopters are gamers,” Hania Poole, general manager of NCAA Digital at Turner Sports told Fox News.The deal gives Intel exclusive live VR game rights for the basketball extravaganza and takes effect with the Sweet 16 round that tips off Thursday night.

Intel True VR plans to create six live experiences starting with two Sweet 16 round games in San Jose, the Elite 8 game two days later in that same venue plus the Final Four and Championship in Glendale, Ariz.

That’s an increase from last year when Intel’s VR unit broadcast just three games: the Final Four and Championship tilts, the first time March Madness was live in VR.The Wolverines shrugged off an airplane scare on their way to the Big Ten tournament title and then shrugged off No. 2 seed Louisville on Sunday to make it to this point, so who says they can’t continued to shrug their way to victory on Thursday night against the Ducks? The key might be whether Moe Wagner, Michigan’s postseason breakout star, can shrug off foul trouble. Wagner has been whistled for 100 fouls this season, 21 more than his closest teammate, and played just 14 minutes against Oklahoma State in the first round after picking up two fouls in the first 3:11 of the game. Then, against the Cardinals, he was called for his second foul late in the first half but still finished with a team-high 26 points on 11-of-14 shooting. Assuming he stays on the court, the 6-foot-11 Wagner could be a load for an Oregon team that’s advanced this far without rim protector Chris Boucher (11.8 points per game, 6.1

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