UofL BASKETBALL | ACC Tournament Week Has Arrived

03/06/2017 06:56 PM

The #10 Louisville Cardinals (24-7, 12-6) are getting ready for this week’s ACC Tournament in Brooklyn, N.Y.‘s Barclays Center.

The Cards are coming off a 71-64 win over then-ranked #19 Notre Dame (23-8, 12-6) on Saturday.

As a result of Louisville’s win, it clinched a double-bye in this week’s ACC bracket as the tournament’s number-four seed. It will play its first tournament game Thursday at 2 p.m. ET against either number-five seed Duke, number-12 seed Clemson or number-13 seed North Carolina St.

This will be the first-time the ACC Tournament will be held in New York City.

ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas shared his thoughts on having the tournament played in the Big Apple during a teleconference on Monday:

Andrew Chernoff

Andrew is a sports anchor and sports managing editor for Spectrum News. He covers sports all across the state of Kentucky for Sports Night, which airs weeknights at 6:30 and 10:30 on Spectrum News and anytime with Spectrum On Demand. Andrew was a sports anchor and reporter at KFDM/KBTV in Beaumont, Texas for four years before making the move back home to the Midwest. He is originally from Carmel, Indiana and majored in broadcast journalism and political science at Syracuse University.

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