2000 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament

The 2000 Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Basketball Tournament took place from March 9–12 in Charlotte, North Carolina, at the second Charlotte Coliseum. Duke won the tournament for the second year in a row, defeating Maryland in the championship game. Jason Williams of Duke was the tournament MVP.

2000 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament
2000 ACC Tournament logo
ClassificationDivision I
Season199900
Teams9
SiteCharlotte Coliseum
Charlotte, North Carolina
ChampionsDuke (11th title)
Winning coachMike Krzyzewski (5th title)
MVPJason Williams (Duke)
1999–2000 ACC men's basketball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
No. 1 Duke151 .938  295  .853
No. 17 Maryland115 .688  2510  .714
Virginia97 .563  1912  .613
North Carolina97 .563  2214  .611
Wake Forest79 .438  2214  .611
NC State610 .375  2014  .588
Florida State511 .313  1317  .433
Georgia Tech511 .313  1317  .433
Clemson412 .250  1020  .333
2000 ACC Tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll[1]

Bracket

  First Round
March 9
Quarterfinals
March 10
Semifinals
March 11
Championship Game
March 12
                                     
1 #3 Duke 94  
9 Clemson 63  
  1 #3 Duke  
    (bye)  
     
       
  1 #3 Duke 82  
  5 Wake Forest 73  
       
       
  4 North Carolina 52
    5 Wake Forest 58  
     
       
  1 #3 Duke 81
  2 #20 Maryland 68
       
       
  2 #20 Maryland 82
    7 Florida State 61  
7 Florida State 63
8 Georgia Tech 62  
  2 #20 Maryland 64
  6 NC State 61  
       
       
  3 Virginia 65
    6 NC State 76  
     

AP rankings at time of tournament

Television

Network Play-by-play announcer Color analyst(s) Sideline reporter(s)
ESPN (non-ACC markets)
Raycom/JP Sports (ACC markets)

Local radio

Seed Teams Flagship station Play-by-play announcer Color analyst(s)
4 North Carolina WCHLAM (North Carolina) Woody Durham Mick Mixon
5 Wake Forest WBRF (Wake Forest) Stan Cotten Mark Freidinger

References

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