Syracuse vs North Carolina live stream: Watch Final Four online

Does seeding give Syracuse an edge over North Carolina in Final Four matchup?
Does seeding give Syracuse an edge over North Carolina in Final Four matchup?

The North Carolina Tar Heels have been viewed as one of the favorites to win the college basketball national championship since the preseason and they're now in the 2016 Final Four and are only two victories away from realizing those dreams. However, they'll be up against an ACC foe and one of the hottest teams of this tournament on Saturday at the NRG Center in the Final Four: the Syracuse Orange.

Jim Boeheim's Syracuse team received the ire of many pundits on Selection Sunday as most people believed they didn't earn an at-large bid into March Madness with only a 19-13 regular season record. With freshman Malachi Richardson coming through again and again along with the consistent force of senior guard Michael Gbinije, the Orange look like they can beat anyone as they go into the Final Four.

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The Orange will need to be at their very best against North Carolina, though. Not only do the Tar Heels boast arguably the most talented roster of any team in the Final Four with the likes of Brice Johnson, Marcus Paige, Joel Berry, Justin Jackson, and everyone else, but they have also been consistently dominant in the tournament. That's certainly a trend they don't plan on breaking on Saturday.

This game will be broadcast on TBS with live streaming available through March Madness Live. March Madness Live can be accessed online or through the app for free for three hours and for unlimited streaming if you login with a cable or satellite subscription.

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Details for Saturday's game are below:

Date: Saturday, April 2
Start Time: 8:49 p.m. ET
Location: Houston, TX
Arena: NRG Stadium
TV Info: TBS
Live Stream: March Madness Live
Radio: Here

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