1968 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament
The 1968 Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Basketball Tournament was held in Charlotte, North Carolina at the Charlotte Coliseum from March 7-9, 1968. North Carolina defeated NC State 87-50 to win the championship. Larry Miller of North Carolina was named tournament MVP. NC State's 12-10 victory over Duke in the semifinals was the lowest scoring game in ACC Tournament history. This was the first ACC Tournament held in Charlotte.
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