1991 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament

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The 1991 Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Basketball Tournament took place in Charlotte, North Carolina, at the second Charlotte Coliseum. North Carolina won the tournament, defeating Duke in the championship game. Rick Fox was tournament MVP.

Maryland did not participate in the tournament because the program was on probation. Top seed Duke received a first-round bye into the semifinals. The only other times an ACC team opted out of the tournament were North Carolina in 1961, Syracuse in 2015, and Louisville in 2016 for similar reasons.

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Quarterfinals
March 8, 1991
Semifinals
March 9, 1991
Championship Game
March 10, 1991
                 
1 #6 Duke
(bye)
1 #6 Duke 93
4 NC State 72
4 NC State 82
5 Georgia Tech 68
1 #6 Duke 74
2 #7 North Carolina 96
2 #7 North Carolina 67
7 Clemson 59
2 #7 North Carolina 76
6 Virginia 71
3 Wake Forest 66
6 Virginia 70

AP Rankings at time of tournament

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