The final 16 teams in the 3-on-3 college basketball tournament at Mall of America are set
Included in Sunday's championship bracket is the Big Ten team, which includes Gophers All-Big Ten power forward Jordan Murphy. Murphy and the Big Ten has won each of its three games, and it's victory over the Big Sky Conference pushed them into the final 16.
The Big Ten squad, which also includes Wisconsin star Ethan Happ, Glynn Watson Jr. of Nebraska and Indiana's Juwan Morgan, will face the MAC on Sunday at 11:10 a.m., and if they win they'll advance to the quarterfinals against the winner of the MAAC and Big Sky teams.
Win that and they'll play at 2:30 p.m. in the semifinals. The championship game starts at 3:35 p.m.
The games are free to the public, but getting spot where you can actually see the action is difficult to do considering it's standing views around the court on all four levels of MOA. If you're not going to check it out in person, you can stream the games for free on the tournament's Twitter.
The games are played on a court at the MOA's Rotunda, and there's a separate practice court on level one of the mall. Both are free to go check out, but if you really want a good look at the players you're probably better off watching them warm up on the practice court.
The winning team will receive a grand prize of $100,000.