15 teams. 14 games. 5 days of the best college basketball has to offer. Get ready for the 2014 ACC Tournament through the words and images that defined a spectacular regular season and provided merely a foreshadowing of the greatness ahead in Greensboro.
A look back at the best plays from the week in ACC basketball including BeeJay Anya's rim rattling dunk, a game saving block from Marcus Paige, Quinn Cook's ridiculous reverse, plus more!
T.J. Warren continued to make his case for ACC Player of the Year as the regular season comes to a close. After scoring 41 points against Pitt last week, Warren went off for a career-high 42 points against BC on Sunday. Watch to see all of the highlights from the sophomore's incredible performance.
Maryland pulled off a huge upset in its final ACC home game on Sunday, defeating Virginia 75-69 in overtime. The Terps were set to win the game in regulation, but Anthony Gill tied it in the final second. Seth Allen and Dez Wells led the way in overtime to bring Maryland the victory. Allen finished with 20 points in the win, while Wells added 18.
ACC Digital Network analyst Debbie Antonelli talks with Duke head coach Joanne P. McCallie after the Blue Devils defeated rival UNC in a 66-61 thriller to advance to the ACC Championship Game for the second straight year.
Duke's Rodney Hood shot the lights out against UNC Saturday night. The sophomore scored 24 points in the Blue Devils 93-81 win over the Tar Heels. Check out all his top plays!
It's your TaxSlayer.com Must See Moment! Check out Duke's Quinn Cook run coast-to-coast and finish with a filthy reverse layup.
Virginia Tech won 3 of the first 4 championship bouts and went on to win its second consecutive ACC Wrestling Championship at Cassell Coliseum in Blacksburg, Va. Hokies junior Devin Carter was named the ACC's Most Valuable Wrestler.