Battle 4 Atlantis 2015: Bracket, Schedule, TV Info, Live Stream

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The Battle 4 Atlantis is only five years old, but it has quickly morphed into one of college basketball’s premier preseason tournaments.

This year’s version is especially compelling due to the rivalry games littered throughout the bracket. Washington and Gonzaga renew their Evergreen-State rivalry for the first time since 2006 in the tournament’s first game, and later in the first round Texas and Texas A&M will clash. There’s also a potential Big East reunion between UConn and Syracuse waiting in the semis.

Here’s a complete look at the schedule and everything you need to know to watch all the action from Imperial Arena in the Bahamas:


2015 Battle 4 Atlantis Schedule

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Wednesday, November 25

Gonzaga 80, Washington 64

Charlotte 70, Syracuse 83

Texas A&M 84, Texas 73

Michigan 60, Connecticut 74

Thursday, November 26

Gonzaga 61, Texas A&M 62

Connecticut 76 Syracuse 79

Washington 70 Texas 82

Michigan 102, Charlotte 47

Friday, November 27

Gonzaga 73, Connecticut 70

Syracuse 74, Texas A&M 67

Michigan 78, Texas 72

Washington 71, Charlotte 66


2015 Battle 4 Atlantis Live Stream Info

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Viewers without a cable subscription can watch all the ESPN games through Sling TV, an online streaming service that provides access to a handful of channels for a monthly fee. The service’s Best of Live TV package costs $20 a month and includes both ESPN and ESPN2. If you’re looking for a way to watch all the games for free, you can do so with Sling’s free 7-day trial. Click here to sign up for Sling TV. You’ll need to enter your credit card information when signing up, but if you cancel your subscription before the trial period ends, you will not be charged.

If you have the log-in info for a cable subscription with access to the ESPN channels, you can watch all the games online at WatchESPN.com. You’ll need a cable log-in and password, or the log-in and password of someone you know, to access the stream.