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2022 Phil Knight Legacy: Bracket, live stream, start times, TV schedule, channel, teams

Gonzaga and Duke join the field in the 2022 mini-tournament over Thanksgiving weekend.

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No. 6 Gonzaga and No. 8 Duke join the field at the 2022 Phil Knight Legacy Tournament in Portland, Oregon over the Thanksgiving holiday. The early-season tournament consists of an eight-team field, one of several of its kind that give teams an opportunity to get some non-conference games in and match up against teams that they may not otherwise see during the regular season.

The rest of the field is made up of Oregon State, Florida, Xavier, Purdue, West Virginia, and Portland State. Duke and Gonzaga are on opposite sides of the bracket and will have to win two games each in order to meet in the championship. This is a single-elimination tournament, and losing teams will continue to play each other via consolation brackets for third-to-eighth place. Here’s all the information you need on how to watch the Phil Knight Legacy Tournament this week:

How to watch

Live online stream: WatchESPN

Bracket, schedule, results

Quarterfinals: Thursday, November 24

Game 1: Duke Blue Devils 54, Oregon State Beavers 51
Game 2: Xavier Musketeers 90, Florida Gators 83
Game 3: Purdue Boilermakers 80 West Virginia Mountaineers 68
Game 4: Gonzaga Bulldogs 102, Portland State Vikings 78

Semifinals: Friday, November 25

Game 5: Duke 71, Xavier 64
Game 6: Florida 81, Oregon State 68
Game 7: West Virginia 89, Portland State 71
Game 8: Purdue 84, Gonzaga 66

Finals: Sunday, November 27

Game 9 (Championship): Purdue 75, Duke 56
Game 10 (Third Place): Gonzaga XX, Xavier XX
Game 11 (Fifth Place): West Virginia 84, Florida 55
Game 12 (Seventh Place): Oregon State vs. Portland State 11:00 p.m., ESPNU

All times ET

If you aren’t around a TV to watch a game, you can stream it via WatchESPN or the ESPN app. But keep in mind that you need a cable-login subscription. If you don’t have a cable login to access ESPN for a live stream, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, DirecTV Stream, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream the game.