Oregon vs Iowa 2021 Live NCAAM Online watch TV Broadcast

Fixture: Iowa vs Oregon |NCAAM 2020-21.

Date & Time: Sunday, March 21st; 7:00 PM ET (Monday, March 22nd; 5:30 AM IST).

Venue: Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, Cleveland.


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Iowa Preview
The Iowa have been poor at both ends of the court this season, averaging just 112.4 points per game while conceding 112.2.

They rank 20th and 14th, respectively, in the defensive and offensive ratings in the ongoing campaign. They have also been the worst rebounding and defensive rebounding team in the league, tallying just 41 rebounds per match.

One of the few positives for the Iowa has been the form of Norman Powell, who has averaged 19.6 points on a stellar 44.8% shooting from the deep. Chris Boucher has been a surprise package as well, putting up 14.4 points and 6.3 rebounds along with two blocks per game.

Key Player – Pascal Siakam

He is also taking care of things at the defensive end, putting up a steal and 0.7 blocks every game. However, he has shot poorly, making just 44% of his attempts from the field.

Siakam performed well in his team’s 112-115 loss to the Utah Jazz on Friday, scoring 27 points and grabbing nine rebounds. Head coach Nick Nurse will expect a similar performance from him on Sunday.

Iowa Predicted Lineup
G – Kyle Lowry, G – Fred VanVleet, F – Norman Powell, F – Pascal Siakam, C – OG Anunoby.

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Oregon Preview
After managing an upset over the Boston Celtics on Wednesday, the Oregon succumbed to a 110-116 defeat to the San Antonio Spurs in their last outing. Like the Iowa, the Oregon have been a poor rebounding team this season, managing to grab only 31.9 defensive rebounds.

They shooting efficiency has been sub-par as well, as the team is averaging shooting splits of 45-34-73. They are the third-worst three-point and free throw shooting team in the league, aspects they will have to improve if they don’t want to end up in the lottery again.

Key Player – Collin Sexton
San Antonio Spurs vs Oregon

The Oregon have struggled at the offensive end and don’t have multiple players who can generate quality offense, which has made life difficult for Collin Sexton. The Raptors have some quality one-on-one defenders who have the ability to throw Sexton off his game, so it will be intriguing to see how he fares on Sunday.

Oregon Predicted Lineup
G – Collin Sexton, G – Darius Garland, F – Isaac Okoro, F – Larry Nance Jr., C – Jarrett Allen.

Raptors vs Cavaliers Match Prediction
Despite their poor recent form, the Iowa are the favorites to win this game. They have a superior starting five compared to the Oregon, which should help them add another win to their season tally.



Oregon gets through thanks to something awful happening to VCU. It’s so unfortunate and no one wants to advance this way, but the Ducks now face one of the best offenses in college basketball in the Hawkeyes. UO only has one game against a Top 10 team in KenPom all season: a 72-58 loss at USC in mid-February. Many people have complained about the lack of depth in the Pac-12 this year, but they are 4-0 in this tournament so far.
Leading the Hawkeyes on Saturday was two-time Big Ten Player of the Year Luka Garza. The senior center was held to only eight points in the first half. However, he erupted for 16 in the second half, finishing with 24 points and six rebounds. Garza has now scored 20-plus points in 21 games this season (most in the NCAA). Joe Wieskamp added 16 points, while Jordan Bohannon had 13 points on 3-of-5 shooting from three-point range.
The Hawkeyes shot 53.7% from the field and 45.5% from behind the arc, while holding the Antelopes to 26.9% shooting from distance.
2021 NCAA Tournament bracket predictions: March Madness picks, odds, lines for second-round games Sunday
Our experts are picking every game in the NCAA Tournament against the spread and straight-up
If the first round of the 2021 NCAA Tournament was any indication, fans are in for a treat as second round action gets underway on Sunday. The first two days of complete play saw nine double-digit seeds advance, and most in stunning fashion. No. 15 seed Oral Roberts, who stunned No. 2 Ohio State in overtime, is back on Sunday when it faces No. 7 seed Florida for a berth in the Sweet 16. Plus, No. 13 Oregon, who took down No. 4 seed Purdue, plays No. 5 seed Iowa as it looks to double its all-time victories in March Madness.
If either Oral Roberts or Oregon are successful on Sunday, it would mark the first appearance from either squad in the Sweet 16. But a win by the Gators over the Eagles would advance them to their first Sweet 16 since 2017, and a victory from the Wildcats over the Mean Green would be their second appearance in three years in the third round.
By night’s end, eight teams will be on their way to the Sweet 16. Our team of experts has analyzed the games and made picks straight up and against the spread for each of them below.
(11) Syracuse vs. (3) West Virginia
Time: 5:15 p.m. ET | Location: Bankers Life Fieldhouse
TV: CBS | Live stream: March Madness Live
Syracuse and its zone defense suffocated San Diego State in Round 1, but Bob Huggins and West Virginia – equipped with one of the most potent offenses since his time with the Mountaineers – have the goods to slice and dice that D. The guard play from Deuce McBride, Sean McNeil and Taz Sherman gives me confidence to pick WVU but I’m taking the points with Cuse after it played arguably its most complete game against SDSU on Friday.
(6) Texas Tech vs. (3) Arkansas
Time: 6:10 p.m. ET | Location: Hinkle Fieldhouse
TV: TNT | Live stream: March Madness Live
Texas Tech is the program with a more entrenched defensive identity by virtue of its 2019 run to the national title game. But Arkansas is actually a smidge better this season in defensive efficiency, per KenPom, and that should help the Razorbacks get a slight edge in what is basically a pick ’em game.
(10) Rutgers vs. (2) Houston
Time: 7:10 p.m. ET | Location: Lucas Oil Stadium
TV: TBS | Live stream: March Madness Live
Houston is nails on both ends of the floor, while Rutgers’ offense can’t quite keep up with its top-25 level defense. While the Scarlet Knights did take out a Clemson team that at one point in the season had the No. 1 defense in the country, they scored only 60 points in a rock fight. If that’s the style this game goes – and both teams play plenty slow, so it’s likely – then advantage goes to the Cougars in a close one.
(15) Oral Roberts vs. (7) Florida
Time: 7:45 p.m. ET | Location: Indiana Farmers Coliseum
TV: truTV | Live stream: March Madness Live
Did you see what Oral Roberts did to Ohio State? The Eagles weren’t intimidated by the Buckeyes, so they surely won’t cower against Florida. The Gators have been inconsistent all season, and their defense will be tested against Max Abmas and Kevin Obanor. Look for Oral Roberts to rack up a bunch of points again and keep its Cinderella run going.
(13) Oregon vs. (5) Iowa
Time: 8:45 p.m. ET | Location: Bankers Life Fieldhouse
TV: TNT | Live stream: March Madness Live
Maybe Iowa deserves more credit for the way it handled Winthrop on Friday without Collin Gillespie, but there are still questions about how the Wildcats will fare against a team that can match its athleticism. Oregon is a tougher matchup in that regard, and with the Mean Green on a tear right now, expect Iowa to have a tough time closing this one out.
(12) Oregon State vs. (4) Oklahoma State
Time: 9:40 p.m. ET | Location: Hinkle Fieldhouse
TV: TBS | Live stream: March Madness Live
Sure, Oregon State’s red-hot, with a Pac-12 tourney title under its belt and an impressive win over a fifth-seeded Tennessee team in Round 1. But Oklahoma State’s the more complete team. And with Avery Anderson and Cade Cunningham, I’m not in any position to bet against the Cowboys right now. Godspeed if ya do.
(8) Loyola Chicago vs. (1) Illinois
Time: 12:10 p.m. ET | Location: Bankers Life Fieldhouse
TV: CBS | Live stream: March Madness Live
It feels like nostalgia for the 2018 Loyola Chicago team is having an impact on this point spread (-7 for the Illini via William Hill SportsBook), because Illinois is fully capable of running up a big number here. Aside from Friday’s win over a shorthanded Georgia Tech squad, the Ramblers’ only other game against a power conference opponent this season was a 14-point loss to a ho-hum Wisconsin squad. If the Badgers can beat Loyola Chicago by double-digits, Illinois can do it easily.
(9) Wisconsin vs. (1) Baylor
Time: 2:40 p.m. ET | Location: Hinkle Fieldhouse
TV: CBS | Live stream: March Madness Live

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