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Updated schedule and results for the Maui Invitiational

The premier holiday college basketball tournament is still here, but just moved to Asheville, NC for one year. We run down everything for the 2020 Maui Invitational

Greensboro, North Carolina, USA; North Carolina Tar Heels head coach Roy Williams reacts after a foul in the first half against the Syracuse Orange at Greensboro Coliseum. Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

Though it might not be in the famous Lahaina Civic Center in Hawai’i this year, the Maui Classic is still with us thanks to the tournament being transferred to the Harrah’s Cherokee Center in Asheville, North Carolina. No beaches, but plenty of slot machines now!

As per usual it draws one of the best fields in all of college basketball, with eight teams all thinking about the NCAA Tournament involved this year. North Carolina returns, and three times when they’ve won the Maui, they’ve gone on to win the NCAA Championship. And this year it’s just a 3.5 hour drive down I-40.

This is a single-elimination tournament, but losing teams will continue to play each other every day so that all teams will eventually play three games.

How to watch

Live online stream: WatchESPN

Schools participating

No. 17 Texas
No. 14 North Carolina

Bracket, schedule, results

Quarterfinals: November 30

12:00 p.m. Texas 78, Davidson 76
2:30 p.m. Indiana 79, Providence 58
7:00 p.m. North Carolina 78, UNLV 51
9:30 p.m. Stanford 82, Alabama 64

Semifinals: December 1

Championship bracket

1:30 p.m. Texas 66, Indiana 44
4:00 p.m. North Carolina 67, Stanford 63

Consolation bracket

7:00 p.m Providence 63, Davidson 62
9:30 p.m. Alabama 86, UNLV 74

Final: December 2

Championship bracket

1:30 p.m. Indiana vs. Stanford (third place game)
4:00 p.m. Texas vs. North Carolina (Championship game)

Consolation bracket

7:15 p.m. Providence vs. Alabama winner (fifth place game)
9:45 p.m. Davidson vs. UNLV (seventh place game)

All times ET