NIT 2015: Final Four Start Times, TV/Radio, And Odds


The quest to crown the 2015 National Invitation Tournament champion is ready to conclude starting Tuesday, March 31 as the Final Four tips off at Madison Square Garden.

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  • The NIT has introduced a 30-second shot clock and a four-foot restricted area to its contests this year. Here is a look at the NIT Final Four with start times, television and radio schedule, and online sportsbook odds.

    These semifinals will be broadcast on ESPN. Live streaming can be seen on The match-ups can also be heard on the radio on the Westwood One Sports network. All start times are Eastern.

    Tuesday, March 24 at 7 p.m. – (2) Miami (FL) Hurricanes (24-12) Vs. (1) Temple Owls (26-10) – The line at is Temple -1.5 with the Over/Under at 139.

    Players To Watch: Temple senior guard Will Cummings has been averaging 22 points per game in the tournament. Junior guard Quenton DeCosey had 21 points and 11 rebounds in the 77-59 victory over Louisiana Tech.

    At the other end of the court, Miami redshirt junior guard Sheldon McClellan contributed 16 points in the 63-61 win over Richmond. Sophomore guard Davon Reed hauled down 12 rebounds and had 10 points against the Spiders.

    Box Score Points: When it comes to three-pointers, Miami is averaging 7.78 per contest, while Temple checks in with 6.92 per game.

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    Tuesday, March 24 at 9:25 p.m. – (2) Stanford Cardinal (22-13) Vs. (1) Old Dominion Monarchs (27-7) – The line at is Stanford -2.5 with the Over/Under at 135.

    Players To Watch: Sanford senior guard Chasson Randle is averaging 23 ppg in the tournament and had 35 points in 39 minutes in the 74-66 second round victory over Rhode Island. Anthony Brown, a fifth-year senior guard, scored 26 points in the 78-75 win against Vanderbilt.

    Old Dominion junior guard Trey Freeman put up 25 points in the 72-69 victory against Murray State. Senior forward Jonathan Arledge added 12 points, six rebounds, and two steals in the win over the Racers.

    Box Score Points: In this meeting, if it comes down to three-point shooting, Old Dominion is averaging 6 per game, while Stanford has 6.69 per contest.

    Who will rule the hardwood in New York City? Let me know your choices in the comments section below.

    The NIT Championship Game is scheduled for Thursday, April 2 at Madison Square Garden. It is set to get underway at 9 p.m. and will also be broadcast on ESPN.

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