ESPN.com panelists share their thoughts and opinions on the round of 32 for the East and West regions.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 95-71
- 11/9W 73-55
- 11/16W 80-50
- 11/19W 74-55
- 11/22W 86-63
- 11/28W 76-69
- 11/29W 80-73
- 12/1W 84-63
- 12/4W 72-51
- 12/7W 59-58
- 12/10L 76-69
- 12/19L 52-48
- 12/29W 84-70
- 1/4W 75-59
- 1/711W 67-55
- 1/10L 67-49
- 1/14L 56-54
- 1/18W 57-50
- 1/21W 77-66
- 1/26W 77-76
- 1/3018W 82-72
- 2/4W 56-51
- 2/720W 75-66
- 2/11W 72-70
- 2/15W 67-60
- 2/18W 76-67
- 2/2325L 79-72
- 2/26W 74-73
- 2/2924L 78-66
- 3/3L 78-67
- 3/825W 83-70
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