Last year’s ACC tournament made it through only two rounds before the event was canceled by a coronavirus pandemic that then was in its early stages. But the 2021 tournament was a go despite the ongoing pandemic, and ended Saturday with Georgia Tech taking home the trophy.

When is the ACC tournament?


Where is the ACC tournament?

Greensboro Coliseum in North Carolina hosted the tournament for the 27th time. The event originally was supposed to be played at Capital One Arena in Washington but was moved to Greensboro in November because of the coronavirus pandemic. Approximately 2,500 fans were allowed to attend each session at the coliseum, which has a capacity of around 21,000 for basketball.

What’s the bracket setup for the ACC tournament?

(All times Eastern)

First round (Tuesday, March 9)

Second round (Wednesday, March 10)

Quarterfinals (Thursday, March 11)

Semifinals (Friday, March 12)

Championship (Saturday, March 13)

Who’s a lock for the NCAA tournament?

Georgia Tech earned the league’s automatic bid. Florida State, Virginia, Clemson, Virginia Tech and North Carolina seem likely to have secured NCAA tournament berths.

Who’s on the NCAA tournament bubble?

Four ACC teams — Louisville, North Carolina, Syracuse and Duke — entered the tournament probably needing wins to get off the bubble, with the Cardinals and Tar Heels in the best shape. North Carolina likely did enough by reaching the semifinals. After a positive coronavirus test, the Blue Devils will miss the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1995. The last NCAA tournament to feature neither Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski nor Syracuse Coach Jim Boeheim took place in 1982, and Syracuse is teetering on the bubble after going 1-1 in Greensboro.

What happened in the last ACC tournament (2019)?

Two years ago in Charlotte, third-seeded Duke defeated fourth-seeded Florida State in the championship game for its 21st ACC tournament title and 15th under Krzyzewski.

Where are future ACC tournaments?

2022: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, N.Y.

2023: Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, N.C.

2024: Capital One Arena, Washington