The NCAA Basketball Tournament is back, and that means we’re taking a look at some of the biggest events taking place across the globe.
With the NBA on hiatus for the season, the NBA Playoffs will be back on Feb. 15 with the NBA Championship Series, and the NCAA Basketball World Championship is back on March 1, 2018 with the Final Four.
The NCAA tournament has been one of the most-watched sports events of the year.
The event drew a record 8.5 million viewers and drew in 20 million viewers, according to the numbers released by Nielsen Sports.
The NBA Playoffs are the first two-time series to reach 20 million viewership figures in the U.S. since the 2007-08 season when the Phoenix Suns won the title in four games to become the first team to win the NBA title.
The final series of the regular season is the March 8-9 Tournament of Champions, which features eight teams from the NCAA tournament.
It will feature 12 teams from three conferences, including six in the top 12 of the NCAA.
It is the first time in the history of the tournament that the NCAA has played its Final Four at a neutral site.
The 2016 NBA Draft is also scheduled to be played in Indianapolis on April 28.
The tournament will feature two teams in each of the top five positions, with the No. 1 pick and No. 2 pick taking place on April 14 and the No .3 pick on April 15.