2000 Mountain West Conference Men's Basketball Tournament
The inaugural Mountain West Conference men's basketball tournament was played at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada from March 9–11, 2000. All eight member schools entered the three round tournament seeded according to their regular season league finish.
|2000 Mountain West Conference Men's Basketball Tournament|
|Site||Thomas & Mack Center|
|Champions||UNLV (1 title)|
|MVP||Mark Dickel (UNLV)|
|1999–2000 Mountain West Conference men's basketball standings|
|San Diego State||0||–||14||.000||5||–||23||.179|
|† 2000 Mountain West Tournament winner |
Rankings from AP Poll
Host school and top seed UNLV won the tournament by beating 6th seed BYU 79–56. They were not awarded an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament as the MWC did not have one this year. UNLV did receive an at-large invitation.
|8||San Diego State||38|