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ACC Tournament Predictions, Betting Odds, Favorites to Win 2022

  • The American Coast Conference (ACC) Men’s Basketball Championship is a single-elimination College basketball tournament that involves all 11 teams in the AAC.
  • The winner of the tournament receives an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.
  • Every team in the ACC competes in the tournament. The team with the best regular-season record will receive the #1 seed in the tournament. The top four teams in the conference will receive a first and second-round bye in the tournament, while seeds five through nine will receive a first-round bye.

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Who Has the Best Odds to win the 2022 ACC Tournament?

The odds for the ACC Tournament winner are provided by Caesars Sportsbook. Click on the links below to head to the sportsbook and place your bet.

Tournament WinnerOdds
North Carolina Tar Heels
Duke Blue Devils+220
Miami (FL) Hurricanes
Virginia Tech Hokies+1500
Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Wake Forest Demon Deacons+6000

According to FanDuel, the Duke Blue Devils have the best odds to be the ACC Tournament Champions.

Duke has -130 odds to win the tournament and is currently ranked 4th in the nation.

They finished the season with a 26-5 record and a 16-4 record in conference play. They are led by freshman sensation Paolo Banchero and junior forward Wendell Moore Jr. Banchero could be the 1st pick in the 2022 NBA Draft and finished what is likely his only season of college basketball averaging 17.1 points, 7.7 rebounds, and 3.1 assists. Moore Jr. was the best shooter on this Duke squad and averaged 13.1 points, 5.5 rebounds, 4.6 assists, and 1.5 steals.

He has hit 50.9% of his shots from the field and 41% of his shots from behind the three-point line. Duke lost their last game of the season against unranked UNC 94-81, but still had an excellent regular season.

After Duke, the Wake Forest Demon Deacons and Notre Dame Fightin’ Irish have the second-best odds to win the ACC Tournament at +900. This year, Wake Forest and Notre Dame went 15-5 in conference play but are unranked.

After Duke, Wake Forest, and Notre Dame, UNC, Virginia Tech, Miami, and Virginia have the best odds at +1000, +1100, +1200, and +1500.

None of these teams are ranked but they had good seasons.

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2022 ACC Tournament Predictions

I have to go with the safe choice to win the ACC Tournament. That safe choice is Duke. Not only was Duke one of the best teams in the ACC, but they are one of the most historically dominant college basketball programs of all time.

Although I expect Duke the win the ACC Tournament, I expect UNC to give them a run for their money. They are one of the better-unranked teams and already beat Duke once this season.

The ACC is not particularly talented this year. Usually, they are one of the strongest basketball conferences, but this appears to be an off-year. With that being said, there are still a few ACC teams worthy of making the NCAA Tournament. Those teams are Duke, Miami, UNC, and Notre Dame.

ACC Tournament FAQ

Is the ACC Division I?

The ACC is in NCAA Division I. They are part of the Power Five Conferences. The Power Five consists of the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, PAC-12, and the SEC. The Power Five is the most reputable group of conferences for basketball and football in the NCAA.

Where will the 2022 ACC Tournament be held?

The 2022 ACC Tournament will be held in the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The Barclays Center has a seating capacity of 17,732 for basketball games and is the home arena of the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets.

What are the dates for the 2022 ACC Tournament?

The ACC Tournament will take place from March 8-12, 2022.

How Can I Watch the 2022 ACC Tournament?

All ACC Tournament games will be televised on the ACC Network, ESPNU, ESPN2, and ESPN. The games leading to the Championship game will be televised on one of the networks mentioned above, but the Championship game will be solely aired on ESPN.

Who has the most ACC Tournament championships?

The ACC Tournament first took place in 1954, so there are many different winners. Duke has the most championships with 21, but UNC is not far behind with 18.

NC State is behind Duke and UNC with ten championships, but they have not won one since 1987. Who won the 2021 ACC Tournament?

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets won the 2021 ACC Tournament. Georgia Tech entered the ACC Tournament as the #4 seed and received a double-bye to the quarterfinals, where they squeaked out a 70-66 win against Miami.

Georgia Tech’s semifinal game against Virginia was canceled so they automatically advanced the championship game to face Florida State. The Yellow Jackets knocked off Florida State 80-75 and received an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Forward Michael Devoe was named MVP of the tournament.

Georgia Tech entered the NCAA Tournament as the #9 seed in their region. They lost their First Round game 71-60 to the Loyola Chicago Ramblers.

Who is in the ACC for basketball?

Fifteen teams compete in the ACC for basketball:

  • The Miami Hurricanes
  • Louisville Cardinals
  • UNC Tar Heels
  • Notre Dame Fightin’ Irish
  • Duke Blue Devils
  • Wake Forest Demon Deacons
  • Virginia Cavaliers
  • Clemson Tigers
  • Florida State Seminoles
  • Boston College Terriers
  • Syracuse Orange Men
  • Pittsburgh Panthers
  • NC State Wolfpack
  • Virginia Tech Hokies
  • Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

Which ACC School Has the Most NBA Players?

The ACC is packed with NBA talent. There are 87 former ACC players on an NBA roster right now. Duke has the most players with 23. Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving is the most notable former Duke player.

After Duke, UNC has the second-most NBA players with 13. The best former UNC player in the NBA is Orlando Magic guard Cole Anthony.

The only ACC team to have no NBA players is Clemson, a powerhouse football school.

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Max Heering graduated from the University of Kansas Sport Management program in May 2020. Max follows and writes about the NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, MLS, college football, and college basketball. In his free time, you can catch Max draining threes on the basketball court. Email: [email protected]

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