It's that time of the year and the ACC Awards are being handed out. NC State's T.J. Warren is the 2014 ACC Player of the Year. Warren leads the conference in scoring, averaging 25 points per game for the Wolfpack. Duke's Jabari Parker is the runaway 2014 Rookie of the Year winner. Virginia's Tony Bennett is the ACC Coach of the Year after the Cavaliers won the ACC regular season title.
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 16-2 second half run helped Notre Dame pull away to beat Duke, 69-53 in the women’s ACC Tournament final. Jewell Loyd scored 18 of her game-high 26 points in the second half, leading the Fighting Irish to its first ACC Tournament championship in its first year in the conference. Haley Peters scored 18 points for the Blue Devils, the 2013 ACC Tournament champions.
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.
What a night for Duke sensation Jabari Parker. The star freshman scored a career-high 30 points and helped the Blue Devils to an exciting 93-81 win over rival UNC.
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.
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.
Pop Evil, DMC, and Raycom Sports Team Up for 2014 ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament Pop Evil’s single “Trenches,” remixed by DMC, Will Open ACC Network Telecasts