2018 NCAA Tournament: Kansas-Clemson time, TV channel, watch online (March 23, 2018)

As the NCAA Tournament enters its second weekend, No. 1 seed Kansas faces No. 5 seed Clemson in the Sweet 16 with a trip to the Elite Eight on the line.

Kansas-Clemson basketball game time

Time: 6:07 p.m. CT

Date: Friday, March 23, 2018

Location: CenturyLink Center, Omaha, Nebraska

Kansas-Clemson basketball TV channel

The Kansas-Clemson Sweet 16 basketball game will air on CBS.

How to watch Kansas-Clemson online

You can streak the Kansas-Clemson game online through the NCAA’s March Madness hub. 

Kansas-Clemson preview

The Jayhawks are coming off a gritty second round victory over the Seton Hall Pirates that saw Udoka Azubuike see his first significant action since the regular season.

As for Clemson, the Tigers routed Auburn in the second round to advance to Omaha.

Kansas is looking like the most complete team in the region, especially with Azubuike back at full strength.

“Doke is full speed. Now his timing may not be great but his health is good,” Bill Self said, according to the Kansas City Star. “If we take him out, it’s probably because he picks up two silly fouls early, not because of any type of (injury) problems, unless something unforeseen happens moving forward. We are excited to have him out there full speed.”

While Azubuike is the nation’s leader in field goal percentage, the Jayhawks have been led in scoring by Malik Newman, who had 28 points against Seton Hall.

The Jayhawks enter Friday night’s Sweet 16 contest as the favorite (-5) over Clemson according to Oddshark.

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