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The 2022 Battle 4 Atlantis is a who’s who of premier college basketball teams — including the 2022 NCAA Tournament champion.

No. 3 Kansas is the headliner of the eight-team group to take place in this year’s tournament, held in the Bahamas. The Jayhawks will look to build their March Madness resume with an early season tournament victory and welcome Bill Self back to the bench after serving a four-game school-imposed suspension to open the season.

Other teams in this year’s competition include No. 22 Tennessee, Dayton, N.C. State, Wisconsin, USC, BYU and Butler. The first set of games will feature the Jayhawks vs. the Wolfpack; Flyers vs. Badgers; Trojans vs. Cougars; and Volunteers vs. Bulldogs.

The remainder of the tournament is dependent on the outcomes of those first-round games, as well as the ensuing games. Through it all, The Sporting News will have everything you need to tune in and watch:

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How to watch Battle 4 Atlantis games

TV channel: ESPN family of networks
Live stream: ESPN app Sling TV

The Battle 4 Atlantis can be watched on the ESPN family of networks. Streaming options include the ESPN app and Sling TV.

Battle 4 Atlantis schedule 2022

The Battle 4 Atlantis will tip off on Wednesday, Nov. 23 and finish off with the championship and other consolation games on Friday, Nov. 25. Each of the eight teams will get to play three games, with opponents determined via wins and losses in prior rounds.

Wednesday, Nov. 23

Game
Game 1: No. 3 Kansas 80, N.C. State 74
Game 2: Wisconsin 43, Dayton 42
Game 3: USC 82, BYU 76
Game 4: No. 22 Tennessee 71, Butler 45

Thursday, Nov. 24

Game
Game 5: Kansas 69, Wisconsin 68
Game 6: Tennessee 73, USC 66
Game 7: N.C. State 76, Dayton 64
Game 8: Butler 75, BYU 70

Friday, Nov. 25

Game
Time (ET)
Channel
Third-place game: Wisconsin vs. USC
1 p.m.
ESPN2
Seventh-place game: Dayton vs. BYU
3:30 p.m.
ESPNU
Championship: Kansas vs. Tennessee
7:30 p.m.
ESPN
Fifth-place game: N.C. State vs. Butler
10 p.m.
ESPN2

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