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2022 ESPN Events Invitational: Bracket, live stream, start times, TV schedule, channel, teams

Teams from eight different conferences come together for a mini-tournament over Thanksgiving weekend.

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Eight college basketball teams will come together at the ESPN Events Invitational in Orlando, Florida this week to compete with non-conference opponents in a mini tournament. Florida State, Ole Miss, Memphis, and Seton Hall will all join the tournament, along with Oklahoma, Nebraska, Siena, and Stanford. It runs from Thanksgiving Day through Sunday, Nov. 27.

This is a single-elimination tournament, and losing teams will continue to play each other via consolation brackets for third-to-eighth place. Here’s all the information you need on how to watch:

How to watch

TV: ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPNEWS
Live online stream: WatchESPN

Bracket, schedule, results

Quarterfinals: Thursday, November 24

Game 1: Siena Saints 80, Florida State Seminoles 63
Game 2: Mississippi Rebels 72, Stanford Cardinal 68
Game 3: Oklahoma Sooners 69, Nebraska Cornhuskers 56
Game 4: Seton Hall Pirates 70, Memphis Tigers 69

Semifinals: Friday, November 25

Game 5: Mississippi 74, Siena 62
Game 6: Stanford 70, Florida State 60
Game 7: Memphis 73, Nebraska 61
Game 8: Oklahoma 77, Seton Hall 64

Finals: Sunday, November 27

Game 9 (Sixth Place): Memphis 56, Stanford 48
Game 10 (Championship): Oklahoma 59, Mississippi 55
Game 11 (Third Place): Siena 60, Seton Hall 55
Game 12 (Seventh Place): Nebraska 75, Florida State 58

All times ET

If you aren’t around a TV to watch a game, you can stream it via WatchESPN or the ESPN app. But keep in mind that you need a cable-login subscription. If you don’t have a cable login to access ESPN for a live stream, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, DirecTV Stream, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream the game.

While the tournament continues, the win for Oklahoma is a big one as they look to return to the NCAA Tournament after missing postseason last year. Porter Moses’s team was led by 47 points and 16 assists from senior point guard Grant Sherfield.