The Basketball Tournament has removed a third team in three days -- and the fourth team overall -- from the winner-take-all $1 million tournament that starts Saturday, because of a positive coronavirus test.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 95-64
- 11/9W 110-60
- 11/12W 97-66
- 11/15W 79-49
- 11/19W 72-66
- 11/23W 77-49
- 11/27W 94-69
- 11/2811W 73-72
- 11/29L 82-64
- 12/4W 101-62
- 12/822W 83-76
- 12/1415W 84-80
- 12/18W 94-81
- 12/21W 112-77
- 12/30W 93-72
- 1/2W 85-72
- 1/4W 75-70
- 1/9W 94-50
- 1/11W 87-62
- 1/16W 104-54
- 1/18W 92-69
- 1/25W 92-59
- 1/30W 87-72
- 2/1W 83-79
- 2/6W 85-67
- 2/8W 90-60
- 2/15W 89-77
- 2/20W 71-54
- 2/2223L 91-78
- 2/27W 94-59
- 2/29W 86-76
- 3/9W 81-77
- 3/10W 84-66
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