2017 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament

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2017 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament
2017 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament logo.png
2017 ACC Tournament Logo
ClassificationDivision I
Season2016–17
Teams15
SiteBarclays Center
Brooklyn, New York
ChampionsDuke (20th title)
Winning coachMike Krzyzewski (14th title)
MVPLuke Kennard (Duke)
TelevisionESPN and ACC Network
← 2016
2018 →
2016–17 ACC men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#5 North Carolina 14 4   .778     33 7   .825
#16 Florida State 12 6   .667     26 9   .743
#14 Notre Dame 12 6   .667     26 10   .722
#10 Louisville 12 6   .667     25 9   .735
#7 Duke 11 7   .611     28 9   .757
#24 Virginia 11 7   .611     23 11   .676
Virginia Tech 10 8   .556     22 11   .667
Miami (FL) 10 8   .556     21 12   .636
Syracuse 10 8   .556     19 15   .559
Wake Forest 9 9   .500     19 14   .576
Georgia Tech 8 10   .444     21 16   .568
Clemson 6 12   .333     17 16   .515
NC State 4 14   .222     15 17   .469
Pittsburgh 4 14   .222     16 17   .485
Boston College 2 16   .111     9 23   .281
2017 ACC Tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll

The 2017 Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Basketball Tournament was the postseason men's basketball tournament for the Atlantic Coast Conference and was held at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York from March 7 to 11, 2017. Duke became the first team in history to win four straight games in the ACC Tournament and received the conference's automatic bid to the 2017 NCAA Tournament with a 75–69 win over Notre Dame.

Seeds[edit]

All 15 ACC teams participated in the tournament. The top nine teams receive first-round byes and the top four teams received double-byes to the quarterfinals. Teams were seeded by record within the conference, with a tiebreaker system to seed teams with identical conference records.

Seed School Conference Tiebreaker
1 North Carolina 14–4
2 Florida State 12–6 2–1 vs. Notre Dame/Louisville
3 Notre Dame 12–6 2–2 vs. Florida State/Louisville
4 Louisville 12–6 1–2 vs. Florida State/Notre Dame
5 Duke 11–7 1–0 vs. Virginia
6 Virginia 11–7 0–1 vs. Duke
7 Virginia Tech 10–8 2–1 vs. Syracuse/Miami
8 Syracuse 10–8 1–1 vs. Virginia Tech/Miami
9 Miami 10–8 1–2 vs. Virginia Tech/Syracuse
10 Wake Forest 9–9
11 Georgia Tech 8–10
12 Clemson 6–12
13 NC State 4–14 1–0 vs Pittsburgh
14 Pittsburgh 4–14 0–1 vs NC State
15 Boston College 2–16

Schedule[edit]

All games on ACC Network

Session Game Time* Matchup Television Attendance
First round – Tuesday, March 7
Opening
day
1 noon No.12 Clemson 75 vs No.13 NC State 61 ESPN2 8,656
2 2 pm No.10 Wake Forest 92 vs No.15 Boston College 78
3 7 pm No.11 Georgia Tech 59 vs No.14 Pittsburgh 61 ESPNU
Second round – Wednesday, March 8
1 4 noon No.8 Syracuse 57 vs No.9 Miami 62 ESPN 17,732
5 2 pm No.5 Duke 79 vs No.12 Clemson 72
2 6 7 pm No.7 Virginia Tech 99 vs No.10 Wake Forest 90 ESPN2
7 9 pm No.6 Virginia 75 vs No.14 Pittsburgh 63
Quarterfinals – Thursday, March 9
3 8 noon No.1 North Carolina 78 vs No.9 Miami 53 ESPN 17,732
9 2 pm No.4 Louisville 77 vs No.5 Duke 81
4 10 7 pm No.2 Florida State 74 vs No.7 Virginia Tech 68
11 9 pm No.3 Notre Dame 71 vs No.6 Virginia 58
Semifinals – Friday, March 10
5 12 7 pm No.1 North Carolina 83 vs No.5 Duke 93 ESPN 18,109
13 9 pm No.2 Florida State 73 vs No.3 Notre Dame 77
Championship – Saturday, March 11
6 14 9 pm No.5 Duke 75 vs No.3 Notre Dame 69 ESPN 18,109
*Game times in ET. Rankings denote tournament seed

Bracket[edit]

  First round
Tuesday, March 7
ESPN2/ESPNU/ACCN
Second round
Wednesday, March 8
ESPN/ESPN2/ACCN
Quarterfinals
Thursday, March 9
ESPN/ACCN
Semifinals
Friday, March 10
ESPN/ACCN
Championship
Saturday, March 11
ESPN/ACCN
                                               
1 North Carolina 78  
    9 Miami 53  
8 Syracuse 57
9 Miami 62  
  1 North Carolina 83  
  5 Duke 93  
4 Louisville 77
    5 Duke 81  
5 Duke 79
    12 Clemson 72  
12 Clemson 75
13 NC State 61  
5 Duke 75
3 Notre Dame 69
2 Florida State 74  
    7 Virginia Tech 68  
7 Virginia Tech 99
    10 Wake Forest 90  
10 Wake Forest 92
15 Boston College 78  
  2 Florida State 73
  3 Notre Dame 77  
3 Notre Dame 71
    6 Virginia 58  
6 Virginia 75
    14 Pittsburgh 63  
11 Georgia Tech 59
14 Pittsburgh 61  

Awards and honors[edit]

Tournament MVP: Luke Kennard, Duke[1]

All-Tournament Teams:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2017-03-12. Retrieved 2017-03-12.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)