2010 Mountain West Conference Men's Basketball Tournament

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2010 Mountain West Conference Men's
Basketball Tournament
Tournament logo
Tournament logo
Classification Division I
Season 2009–10
Teams 9
Site Thomas & Mack Center
Paradise, NV
Champions San Diego State (3 title)
Winning coach Steve Fisher ( title)
MVP Kawhi Leonard San Diego State
Television The Mtn.,
CSTV, Versus
Post-Mountain West Conference
tournament(s)
2010 NIT, 2010 NCAA,
2010 CBI, 2010 CIT
Mountain West Conference Men's
Basketball Tournaments
«2009  2011»
2009–10 Mountain West Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#8 New Mexico 14 2   .875     30 5   .857
#17 BYU 13 3   .813     30 6   .833
UNLV 11 5   .688     25 8   .758
San Diego State 11 5   .688     25 9   .735
Colorado State 7 9   .438     16 16   .500
Utah 7 9   .438     14 17   .452
TCU 5 11   .313     13 19   .406
Wyoming 3 13   .188     10 21   .323
Air Force 1 15   .063     10 21   .323
2010 MWC Men's Basketball Tournament winner
As of March 20, 2010; Rankings from AP/Coaches Poll

The 2010 Mountain West Conference men's basketball tournament was played at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada from March 10–13, 2010. The tournament is sponsored by Conoco. The first round game and all four quarterfinals were broadcast live on the MountainWest Sports Network. The semifinals was broadcast on CBS College Sports Network, and the championship game on Versus. The winner of the tournament receives an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.[1]

San Diego State, the fourth seed, defeated University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), the third seed, to claim the 2010 Mountain West Conference Men's Basketball Tournament championship.

Tournament bracket[edit]

  First round
Wednesday, March 10
Quarterfinals
Thursday, March 11
Semifinals
Friday, March 12
Championship
Saturday, March 13
                                     
        
  1  New Mexico (#8) 75  
    9  Air Force 69  
8  Wyoming 40
9  Air Force 59  
  1  New Mexico (#8) 69  
  4  San Diego State 72  
        
        
  4  San Diego State 72
    5  Colorado State 71  
      
        
  4  San Diego State 55
  3  UNLV 45
        
        
  3  UNLV 73
    6  Utah 61  
      
        
  3  UNLV 70
  2  BYU (#14) 66  
        
        
  2  BYU (#14) 95
    7  Texas Christian 85  
      

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