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ESPN's Joe Lunardi Reveals Latest NCAA Tournament Top 16

An overhead view of the March Madness midcourt logo ahead of a tipoff during the NCAA Tournament.

TULSA, OKLAHOMA - MARCH 22: Opening tip off between Montell McRae of Buffalo and Romello White of Arizona State during the first round of the 2019 NCAA Division 1 Men's Basketball Championship at BOK Center on March 22, 2019 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Over the final week of the regular season and conference tournament week, the 2020 NCAA Tournament bracket will be changing on a daily basis.

Any bracket projections will be changing just as frequently. ESPN's Joe Lunardi updated his top 16 seeds late Sunday night and his full NCAA Tournament bracket this morning.

Lunardi moved Duke and Louisville up following Saturday's results. Both are now No. 3 seeds. Michigan State is back as a No. 4, while Creighton fell to the four-line after losing to St. John's by 20 on Sunday.

Below are Lunardi's top 16 seeds, as well as his projections for the final entries into the 68-team field. The four one-seeds remain unchanged.

You can view Lunardi's full bracket here.

The biggest game on the schedule tonight is NC State at Duke. The Wolfpack beat the Blue Devils at home last month, but a win in Durham would be a massive resume booster and go a long way to earning an at-large bid.

NC State-Duke will tip off at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN.