How to Watch North Carolina vs. Notre Dame Basketball: Live Stream & TV Channel Info – March 5

The No. 7 North Carolina Tar Heels (23-6, 15-3 ACC) will try to extend a three-game home win streak when they host the Notre Dame Fighting Irish (12-17, 7-11 ACC) on Tuesday, March 5, 2024 at Dean Smith Center. The matchup airs at 7:00 PM ET on ACC Network.

Looking to catch the showdown between the Tar Heels and Fighting Irish? Tune in to ACC Network to see all the action. Don’t miss out!

Tar Heels vs. Fighting Irish Game Info

  • Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2024
  • Time: 7:00 PM ET
  • TV: ACC Network
  • Live Stream: Stream NCAA men’s basketball on Paramount Plus and Hulu + Live TV
  • Where: Chapel Hill, North Carolina
  • Venue: Dean Smith Center

Tar Heels Insights

  • This season, North Carolina is putting up 81.4 points per game (28th-ranked in college basketball) and surrendering 70.4 points per contest (127th-ranked).
  • The Tar Heels rank ninth-best in the country by grabbing 40.8 rebounds per game. In terms of rebounds allowed, they rank 148th in college basketball (34.2 allowed per contest).
  • So far this season, North Carolina ranks 106th in college basketball in assists, putting up 14.3 per game.
  • The Tar Heels are averaging 9.9 turnovers per game (59th-ranked in college basketball). They are forcing 10.2 turnovers per contest (290th-ranked).
  • North Carolina is draining 7.9 three-pointers per game (136th-ranked in college basketball) this year, while owning a 35.5% three-point percentage (95th-ranked).
  • So far this season, the Tar Heels are ceding 7.1 treys per game (150th-ranked in college basketball) and are allowing opponents to shoot 31.1% (41st-ranked) from beyond the arc.
  • In terms of shot breakdown, North Carolina has taken 64% two-pointers (accounting for 71.5% of the team’s buckets) and 36% from beyond the arc (28.5%).

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Fighting Irish Insights

  • On offense Notre Dame is the sixth-worst team in the country (63.6 points per game). But on defense it is 22nd-best (65.4 points allowed per game).
  • The Fighting Irish collect 36.3 rebounds per game and concede 33.9 boards, ranking 126th and 137th, respectively, in the nation.
  • Notre Dame is seventh-worst in college basketball in assists (10.1 per game) in 2023-24.
  • At 11.4 turnovers committed per game and 10.0 turnovers forced, the Fighting Irish are 193rd and 303rd in the country, respectively.
  • With 7.6 made 3-pointers per game and shooting 31.2% from beyond the arc, Notre Dame is 162nd and 310th in college basketball, respectively, in those categories.
  • The Fighting Irish are 115th in the country in 3-pointers allowed (6.8 per game) and 134th in 3-point percentage defensively (32.8%).
  • In 2023-24, Notre Dame has attempted 56% percent of its shots from inside the arc, and 44% percent from beyond it. In terms of makes, 66.2% of Notre Dame’s buckets have been 2-pointers, and 33.8% have been 3-pointers.

Tar Heels Leaders

  • The scoring leader for the Tar Heels this season is RJ Davis, who averages 21.4 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 3.4 assists per game.
  • Armando Bacot leads North Carolina in rebounding, averaging 10.3 per game, while Elliot Cadeau leads the team in assists, distributing an average of 4.1 in each contest.
  • Davis makes more threes per game than any other member of the Tar Heels, knocking down shots from beyond the arc at a clip of 3.2 per contest.
  • The North Carolina steals leader is Ingram Harrison, who averages 1.5 takeaways per game, while its blocks leader is Bacot, who compiles 1.5 rejections per contest.

Fighting Irish Leaders

  • Markus Burton scores 17.3 points and tacks on 4.3 assists per game, putting him at the top of the Fighting Irish’s leaderboards for those statistics.
  • Kebba Njie grabs 5.4 rebounds per game (he also scores 4.3 points per game and adds 0.7 assists per game) which puts him at the top of the Notre Dame rebounding leaderboard.
  • Braeden Shrewsberry is dependable from distance and leads the Fighting Irish with 2.4 made threes per game.
  • Notre Dame’s leader in steals is Burton (2.0 per game), and its leader in blocks is Njie (0.8 per game).
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