Two potential No. 1 seeds will make the trip to the Bahamas over Thanksgiving week.
The quartet set to take the floor for Thanksgiving Day’s semifinals in Brooklyn is among the top exempt tournament lineups of the season.
Just seven of these events are scheduled for this season, with two needing to involve teams from outside of Division I to fill their fields.
Texas A&M, quite possibly the only NCAA Tournament-quality squad traveling to Brooklyn for this event, looks like a heavy favorite to sweep its way to the title.
Wichita State’s 2010 trip to the islands didn’t work out as anticipated. Marquette, Michigan, and Notre Dame would love to ruin the Shockers’ second visit to Lahaina.
Eight mid-majors will take the floor in Southwest Florida during Thanksgiving week, and four of them have a legitimate shot at winning their conference’s crown.
This new mid-major-focused tournament features three 2017 NCAA teams, all of whom could make repeat visits in March 2018.
This season’s event will take place on Liberty’s campus due to the devastation Hurricanes Irma and Maria unleashed upon the Virgin Islands
Not every team is participating in a traditional bracketed event this November and December. Several big names—like Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, and Syracuse—will anchor round-robin events of varying quality.
Providence and Virginia Tech, a pair of 2017 NCAA Tournament teams, tussle with Saint Louis and Washington for the title in New York.
Northwestern’s road to a second straight NCAA trip and BC’s path to respectability both find their way to Connecticut in mid-November.