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ESPN Getting Crushed For What It Showed In Locker Room After Duke-UNC

Duke and North Carolina players going up for a rebound.

DURHAM, NC - MARCH 03: Wendell Carter Jr #34 of the Duke Blue Devils drives to the basket against Garrison Brooks #15 of the North Carolina Tar Heels during their game at Cameron Indoor Stadium on March 3, 2018 in Durham, North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

ESPN is facing some criticism for what it showed in the locker room following Duke's loss to North Carolina at Cameron Indoor Stadium on Wednesday night.

The Worldwide Leader went all-out for its coverage of the Duke-UNC game on Wednesday evening. ESPN had several of its on-air personalities in Durham, North Carolina for the game and had a ton of cameras inside the arena for its coverage.

That coverage included the post-game scene, which included shots of the locker room after the contest.

This provided an unfortunate moment in the coverage, though.

During a live shot of North Carolina's locker room after the game, ESPN's cameras accidentally captured a player undressing. The player was attempting to change out of his towel into his pants and, well, you saw some stuff.

ESPN is facing criticism for having live shots in a locker room where players are undressing after the contest.

The video, which isn't too graphic, can be seen here.

Live coverage, especially of a locker room after a game, can lead to some issues, which were on full display on Wednesday night.