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How to watch Arizona’s Red-Blue game: Live stream, TV channel, game time, and more

Basketball returns to McKale Center on Friday

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Basketball returns to McKale Center on Friday as the Arizona Wildcats are set to host their annual Red-Blue Game.

The scrimmage is comprised of two 12-minute halves and it will be prefaced by a dunk contest.

For the second straight year, the Red-Blue Game will be broadcasted live and not tape delayed, and here’s how you can tune in:

TIME: 7 p.m. PT

TV: Pac-12 Networks (channel finder)

ANNOUNCERS: Jim Watson and Don MacLean

STREAMING: Pac-12.com/live or on the Pac-12 Now App on iOS or Android

Doors to the event will open at 5:30 p.m. PT, as the Disability Resource Center Adaptive Athletics game will tip off just before 6 p.m.

We took a look at seven things you should watch for during the game.

After the Red-Blue Game, Arizona will return to action Nov. 1 when it hosts Eastern New Mexico for an exhibition.

The Wildcats begin the regular season Nov. 10 vs. Northern Arizona.


Follow Ryan Kelapire on Twitter at @RKelapire