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There’s nothing like Duke vs. North Carolina. But if we’re talking about seeding, well, the Tobacco Road rivals take a back seat in the ACC Tournament’s semifinals round.
No. 1 seed Virginia faces off against No. 4 Clemson to open Friday night’s action. The Cavaliers held the Tigers to 36 points the last time they met.
Then we get our big-name matchup. The No. 2 seed Blue Devils and No. 6 Tar Heels split their season series, and who doesn’t love a rubber match?
After thoroughly dominating the regular season, No. 1 Virgina will look to parlay that success into a run at the 2018 ACC Tournament this week at the Barclays Center. But while the Cavaliers were mostly unstoppable through their 18-game conference slate, the ACC has potentially nine NCAA tournament-worthy teams, and with that kind of depth, anyone can win on any given night (OK, except for Pittsburgh). And that sets the table for what should be a thrilling five days of basketball in Brooklyn.
Obviously, it would be blasphemy to call Virginia anything other than the favorite in Brooklyn. Behind a historically-efficient defense, the Cavaliers are the unanimous No. 1 team in the country, they’re probably a lock for a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tourney, and their only ACC loss this season was by one point in overtime against Virginia Tech.
All that said, this tournament is always a wide-open one. Each of the last six ACC tournaments has had a different winner (in order: Florida State, Miami, Virginia, Notre Dame, North Carolina, Duke), and there are probably six or seven teams that could win this year’s edition without it really coming as a major shock.