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The madness of March 2021: Knowledge about men’s and women’s basketball games



The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Class I basketball games will actually start tipping after being put on hold next month due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Both matches will be played under completely different conditions from previous matches.

The men’s championship will be held in a bubble environment in Indiana, while the semi-finals will be held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The women’s championship will be held in Texas, and the final four will be held at the Alamo Dome in San Antonio.

This is other information you need to know about men’s and women’s games.

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The San Antonio area will host the entire NCAA Women's Basketball Championship.  This move was taken on Friday, February 5, 2021 to reduce the risk of COVID-19 and to coincide with the men’s championship.  The NCAA stated that the men's tournament will be held in Indianapolis last month.  (AP Photo / Eric Gay, file)

The San Antonio area will host the entire NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship. This move was taken on Friday, February 5, 2021 to reduce the risk of COVID-19 and to coincide with the men’s championship. The NCAA stated that the men’s tournament will be held in Indianapolis last month. (AP Photo / Eric Gay, file)

The Men’s Basketball Championship will begin on March 18th in the first four games. The first game will be held at the Simon Scoyote Hall in Bloomington and the McGee Stadium in Lafayette. The championship game will be held on April 5.

The Women’s Basketball Championship will begin on March 21st at the first round of matches at Alamodome, Bill Greehey Arena, Frank Erwin Center, University Activity Center and UTSA Convention Center. All locations are in the San Antonio area.

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Will there be fans?

Phil Booth #5 of the Villanova Wildcats defeated the Nets 74-72 after the Big East Championship at Madison Square Garden in New York City on March 16, 2019 .  (Photo courtesy of Elsa/Getty Images)

Phil Booth #5 of the Villanova Wildcats defeated the Nets 74-72 after the Big East Championship at Madison Square Garden in New York City on March 16, 2019 . (Photo courtesy of Elsa/Getty Images)

NCAA only allows certain fans to participate in the men’s tournament in each round. The social distance of each game will account for 25%. NCAA stated: “Activity capacity will include all participants, basic staff and family members of the student athletes and coaches of each participating team, as well as a reduced number of fans. During the event, all participants must wear masks and maintain physical distance. Thorough cleaning and disinfection safety measures will be the top priority of all venues.”

From the Sweet 16 to the final four, the capacity of the NCAA Women’s Championship will reach 17%, which includes “all participants, student athletes and coaches’ family members of each participating team, basic staff and reduced fans.”

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Who is defending the championship?

Baylor University head coach Kim Mulkey played an offensive game in the second half of the NCAA college basketball game against West Virginia on Saturday, January 18, 2020 in Waco, Texas.  (AP Photo/Rod Adrot)

Baylor University head coach Kim Mulkey plays an offensive game in the second half of the NCAA college basketball game against West Virginia on Saturday, January 18, 2020 in Waco, Texas. (AP Photo/Rod Adrot)

After the NCAA decided to cancel the tournament at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, there will be no championships in 2020.

Virginia is the most recent men’s championship champion. This is the Cavaliers’ first championship title.

Baylor is the recent women’s championship champion. The Lady Bears won their third championship in 2019.

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How to watch

The men’s tournament can be watched on CBS, TBS, TNT, TruTV and March Madness apps. The women’s tournament can be seen on streaming apps on ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPN.

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