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1997 ACC Tournament

Final 1996-97 ACC Standings
                     Conference Games                           All Games
                                     Off     Def                                Off     Def
Team            Won   Lost   Pct.    Avg     Avg          Won   Lost    Pct     Avg     Avg
Duke            12    4     .750     75.7    69.2          24    9      .727    79.7    66.2    
Wake Forest     11    5     .688     64.4    60.1          24    7      .774    69.0    58.3
North Carolina  11    5     .688     72.1    67.8          28    7      .800    77.4    66.7    
Clemson          9    7     .563     65.1    63.6          23    10     .697    68.2    61.5
Maryland         9    7     .563     71.6    69.4          21    11     .656    75.2    66.8    
Virginia         7    9     .438     62.2    65.0          18    13     .581    67.7    65.0    
Florida State    6    10    .375     64.6    69.4          20    12     .625    73.4    66.8
N.C. State       4    12    .250     54.0    58.5          17    15     .531    59.8    54.7    
Georgia Tech     3    13    .188     60.1    66.9          9     18     .333    61.5    64.3    
 ACC Tournament Champion   
            
1997 ACC Tournament Results
First Round                           ,                   ,     ,
#8 N.C. State 60,     #9 Georgia Tech 46       
                                          
Quarterfinals                                        
#5 Maryland 76,       #4 Clemson 61
#8 N.C. State 66,     #1 Duke 60
#2 Wake Forest 66,    # 7 Florida State 65
#3 North Carolina 78, #6 Virginia 68

Semifinals N.C. State 65, Maryland 58 North Carolina 86, Wake Forest 73

Finals North Carolina 64, N.C. State 54


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