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2021 ACC Tournament: When, Where, How to Watch

The ACC Tournament will be here before you know it, and here’s a look at all the information you need we move closer.

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Syracuse Orange head coach Jim Boeheim talks to his team in the second half at Dean E. Smith Center. Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

One of the biggest events in college sports returns to its roots in 2021, as 15 teams from perhaps the conference with the most passionate fan bases in men’s basketball heads to Greensboro, North Carolina for the 66th ACC Tournament.

The Duke Blue Devils are the defending champions after the 2020 version of the tournament was canceled due to the novel coronavirus. They’ve won this event 21 times, with ancient rival the North Carolina Tar Heels right behind them with 18 trophies.

Here is everything you need to know for the 2021 ACC Tournament:

When is the ACC Tournament?

The ACC tournament is currently scheduled for March 9-13. This could change due to COVID-19 and we will update accordingly.

Where is the ACC Tournament?

The ACC Tournament returns to its traditional home of Greensboro, North Carolina and the Greensboro Coliseum.

How can I watch the ACC Tournament?

The entire ACC Tournament will be broadcast on ESPN platforms, with the final scheduled for March 13 on ESPN. You can also livestream all games via the ESPN app with a cable or streaming service login. If you don’t have a cable login to access the ESPN app, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream it.

What are the odds to win the ACC Tournament at DraftKings Sportsbook?

Louisville +400
Virginia Tech +425
Clemson +450
Duke +475
Virginia +475
Florida State +600
North Carolina +1000
NC State +3000
Georgia Tech +5000
Miami (FL) +7000
Syracuse +8000
Notre Dame +15000
Pittsburgh +15000
Boston College +30000
Wake Forest +50000