2000 Big Sky Conference Men's Basketball Tournament
|2000 Big Sky Conference Men's Basketball Tournament|
|Champions||Northern Arizona (2nd title)|
|Winning coach||Mike Adras (1st title)|
|MVP||Ross Land (Northern Arizona)|
The Lumberjacks, in turn, received an automatic bid to the 2000 NCAA Tournament. No other Big Sky members were invited this year.
No new teams were added to the Big Sky prior to the 1999–2000 season, leaving total membership at nine.
No changes were made to the existing tournament format. Only the top six teams from the regular season conference standings were invited to the tournament. The two top teams were given byes into the semifinals while the third- through sixth-seeded teams were placed and paired into the preliminary quarterfinal round. Following the quarterfinals, the two victorious teams were re-seeded for the semifinal round, with the lowest-seeded remaining team paired with the tournament's highest seed and vis-versa for the other.
Wednesday, March 8
Thursday, March 9
Friday, March 10
Saturday, March 11
|6||Portland State||75||4||Cal State Northridge||76|
|4||Cal State Northridge||81|
|4||Cal State Northridge||73||2||Eastern Washington||65|
|5||Weber State||68||3||Northern Arizona||82|
- "1999-00 Big Sky Conference Season Summary". sports-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. 2016. Retrieved May 6, 2016.