The Pac-12 Tournament could be one of the most closely contested conference tournaments of the 2020-21 season.
The tournament’s No. 1 overall seed — Oregon (19-5, 14-4 in Pac-12 play) — wasn’t even determined until the final day of the regular season. The Ducks earned their spot thanks to an 80-67 win over rival Oregon State on Sunday.
Oregon and USC might be the top two seeds, respectively, but look for other teams such as 3-seed Colorado and 4-seed UCLA to challenge for the Pac-12 title as well.
Here is the complete breakdown of the 2021 Pac-12 Tournament, from brackets to TV information and schedules:
Pac-12 Tournament bracket 2021
Arizona is ineligible to compete because of a self-imposed postseason ban related to federal bribery charges.
|No. 1||Oregon||19-5 (14-4)|
|No. 2||USC||21-6 (15-5)|
|No. 3||Colorado||20-7 (14-6)|
|No. 4||UCLA||17-8 (13-6)|
|No. 5||Oregon State||14-12 (10-10)|
|No. 6||Stanford||14-12 (10-10)|
|No. 7||Utah||11-12 (8-11)|
|No. 8||Arizona State||10-13 (7-10)|
|No. 9||Washington State||14-12 (7-12)|
|No. 10||Washington||5-20 (4-16)|
|No. 11||Cal||8-19 (3-17)|
Odds to win Pac-12 Tournament
USC (+150) is considered a slim favorite to win the 2021 Pac-12 Tournament over Colorado (+200), Oregon (+350) and UCLA (+400).
Below are the full odds to win the 2021 Pac-12 Tournament:
How to watch the Pac-12 Tournament live
The first round of the Pac-12 Tournament will be carried by the Pac-12 Network. It will carry three of the four quarterfinal games as well, with ESPN airing Game 7 between the 3-seed and the winner of Game 3. The networks will split coverage of the semifinals, with ESPN broadcasting the Pac-12 championship game. Games can be streamed via ESPN.com or on fuboTV, which is offering a seven-day free trial.
|Pac-12 Network, ESPN|
|Pac-12 Network, ESPN|
|Pac-12 championship game|
2021 Pac-12 Tournament schedule
The 2021 Pac-12 Tournament will begin Wednesday, March 10, and run through Saturday, March 13. Below is the full schedule for the tournament:
Winning teams in bold
Round 1: Wednesday, March 10
|Game 1: No. 8 Arizona State 64, No. 9 Washington State 59|
|Game 2: No. 7 Utah 98, No. 10 Washington 95|
|Game 3: No. 11 California 76, No. 6 Stanford 58|
Quarterfinals: Thursday, March 11
|Game 4: No. 1 Oregon 91, No. 8 Arizona State 73|
|Game 5: No. 5 Oregon State 83, No. 4 UCLA 79 (OT)|
|Game 6: No. 2 USC 91, No. 7 Utah 85 (2 OTs)|
|Game 7: No. 3 Colorado 61, No. 11 California 58|
Semifinals: Friday, March 12
|Game 8: No. 5 Oregon State 75, No. 1 Oregon 64|
|Game 9: No. 3 Colorado 72, No. 2 USC 70|
Pac-12 championship game: Saturday, March 13
|Game 10: No. 5 Oregon State 70, No. 3 Colorado 68|