WASHINGTON — The NCAA basketball tournament is on the line again, and the national championship game is only six days away.
The national title game, which will take place on Sunday in Las Vegas, has been moved to March 1.
The NBA is taking the weekend off.
And the NBA’s playoff schedule is now in place for this year, which means that next year’s NCAA basketball championships will take center stage, as usual, in February.
The big difference is the game is on a different stage.
The first of the NCAA basketball tournaments will take over the Capitol in February 2019.
This year’s tournament will also feature the first round, the Sweet 16, the Final Four, and a title game.
It’s a massive change from previous years, when the NCAA Tournament featured the championship game on a Sunday.
The NBA is also taking a different approach this year.
This is the first time the NBA has played the NCAA tournament since 2012.
It is the only time the NCAA has played three consecutive rounds in the same location.
The tournament has been played on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, with the second round being held on Wednesday and Thursday.
The Big Ten and the Pac-12, which has played in the tournament since 1999, are also playing the championship on Thursday.
The Big 12 will play on Friday.
The Pac-10 will play the semifinals on Saturday.
The Atlantic Coast Conference will play in the championship Saturday night on ABC, and it will be played at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
The SEC will play at home in the SEC Tournament on March 10.
The ACC will play a home-and-home series against the Big Ten in the ACC Tournament.
The ACC Tournament will be held on March 22.
The WCC will play its Final Four at home on March 24.
The American Athletic Conference will also play in its Final 4 on March 25.
The MAC will play all four games on March 26.
The Mountain West Conference will host the first four games of the regular season at its new home in Reno.
The league will play two at home and one on the road.
The Pacific-12 Conference will travel to Los Angeles to host its championship on March 29.
The Conference USA and Sun Belt conferences will each play three games.
The Mid-American Conference will meet four times, but the Conference USA will not.
The Sun Belt will play four games and the Mid-America Conference will not play.
The Southland Conference will be home to its first four regular season games at its home in Kansas City.
The conference will play three at home.
The Independent American will play one game.
The AAC will host four games in 2017.
The independent-major-conference series will take a back seat to the Pac 10.
The AAC will also have the opportunity to play in a championship game.
If you are looking for a date to watch the Final Six in person, here are some possible dates.
Here is the complete schedule for the 2017 NCAA Basketball tournament.
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