2011 Maui Invitational Schedule, Bracket, TV Times And More

The Georgetown Hoyas are one of eight teams in a stacked field at the Maui Invitational this year, here is a complete look at the bracket.

The Maui invitational is kicking off in Hawaii on Monday, and as always, features one of the best fields of any early season tournament in the Country. Our local Georgetown team will play Kansas, but not until later tonight, so put a pot of coffee on and get ready for some basketball all day today.

The first game will be played on ESPN2 at 3 pm Monday morning and features Michigan and Memphis.

The second game starts at 5:30 pm, can also be seen on ESPN2 and features Tennessee and Duke. The winner of that game will play the winner of the Michigan and Memphis game Tuesday at 7 pm. The losers will play each other tomorrow at 2 pm.

UCLA will play the host team Chaminade in the third game on Monday. That game starts at 9:30 pm and can be seen on ESPNU.

The final game features Georgetown and Kansas and can be seen starting at midnight tonight on ESPN2. The winner of this game will play the winner of the UCLA-Chaminade game tomorrow starting at 9:30 pm on ESPN. The losers will play at on Tuesday starting at 4:30 on ESPN2.

We'll be covering the Maui Invitational all tournament long in this StoryStream. For more on the Hoyas, check out our Georgetown blog Casual Hoya.

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