Infiniti Selection Sunday Show on TruTV: Start Time, Channel, TV Schedule, More
Selection Sunday for the 2013 NCAA tournament is finally here, with the announcement of the 68-team field set to take place later in the evening.
CBS will broadcast the NCAA Basketball Selection Show (live stream link here) and announce the participants for the Big Dance at 6 p.m., but that isn't the only selection show to watch on Sunday night.
If you still haven’t had your fix of bracket discussion and analysis an hour later, TruTV has you covered. The action will be switching over to that network at 7 p.m. ET, with the Infiniti Selection Sunday Show set to begin at that time.
This program should foster even more conversation and arguments about the NCAA tournament field, so it’s definitely worth it for big-time CBB fans to change over after watching the CBS announcement show.
Let’s take a look at where you can watch this thrilling program, which channel you can find TruTV on in your local area, who will be hosting the event and much more in our Infiniti Selection Sunday Show preview.
When: Sunday, March 17, at 7 p.m. ET
Channel: TruTV Channel Finder (top right, enter zip code), DirectTV 246, Dish Network 204
Hosts: Ernie Johnson, Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith and Rex Chapman
Printable Bracket: Click here
Any time you can get Ernie Johnson, Charles Barkley and Kenny Smith talking about basketball, you are usually going to find that an interesting, provocative and insightful discussion soon follows.
As they tend to do every March, these Inside the NBA hosts will be plying their knowledge of the sport at the collegiate level and discussing the many different nuances of the 2013 bracket.
Add Rex Chapman—a former star at the University of Kentucky and NBA journeyman—and you have a recipe for entertaining and worthwhile programming for not only hardcore college basketball fans, but also for anyone remotely interested in the 2013 NCAA tournament.
This is definitely not a show you are going to want to miss, so make sure you tune in after the field is set and brackets become available to find out everything else you need to know about March Madness.
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