2017 NCAA Tournament: How to watch Duke vs. South Carolina, game time, TV info, live stream

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No. 2 seed Duke faces No. 7 seed South Carolina on Sunday for a chance to advance to the Sweet 16. Below is viewing information for the game and what to know about each team.

Viewing information

When: Sunday, March 19, 8:40 p.m. ET

TV: TNT

Live stream: Click Here

CBS All-Access: Click Here

What to know about each team

Duke

Duke dominated Troy and continued its momentum it started rolling in the ACC tourney. The Blue Devils have three players who can get a bucket when their number is called, and that’s going to make them a tough out against South Carolina on Sunday. The Blue Devils look primed to make their 30th Sweet 16 appearance.     

South Carolina

Frank Martin and the Gamecocks won their first NCAA Tournament game in 44 years over Marquette - a top 3 Big East team that they hung 93 points on. They now move on to the second round to face No. 2 seed Duke, which had one of the most impressive wins of any top-seeded team in the opening round. The Gamecocks will need to find that offense early and often for a chance to upset the Blue Devils.   

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