The ACC Tournament continues on Friday in Brooklyn.

Only four teams remain after three rounds of action at the ACC Tournament: Duke, Miami, Virginia Tech and North Carolina.

Duke is the No. 1 seed after going 16-4 in ACC play during the regular season. Notre Dame, North Carolina and Miami also received the coveted double-bye. The Fighting Irish are the only top-four seed to not make it to the semi finals.

Virginia Tech has a chance to make the NCAA Tournament, and a win over UNC would significantly strengthen its résumé. The Hokies entered Friday ranked No. 37 in the NET but have just one Quad 1 win this season.

Duke will be looking for its first ACC Tournament title since 2019.

Here’s a breakdown of the tournament:


Friday, March 11 (Semifinals)

  • 7 p.m. | Duke vs. Miami | ESPN/ESPN2
  • 9:30 p.m. | North Carolina vs. Virginia Tech | ESPN/ESPN2

Saturday, March 12 (Championship Game)

  • 8:30 p.m. | Semifinal winners | ESPN

Note: All times eastern. 

Betting odds

Here’s the odds for every team to win the ACC Tournament, according to DraftKings:

  • Duke -135
  • North Carolina +600
  • Virginia Tech +850
  • Miami +1000


Here’s the full bracket for the 2022 ACC Tournament: