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Pac-12 Men's Basketball Tournament Details

For many years, the Pac-12 (formerly the Pacific Coast Conference, American Association of Western Universities, Pac-8 and Pac-10) didn’t have a postseason tournament. They tried one from 1987-90, but revenue and attendance were low, and the coaches didn’t like it, so it was scrapped.

The event was resurrected in 2002 to greater success. It was held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles for its first 11 years, and moved to the Las Vegas Strip in 2013.

The tournament is a four-day event. The 5 through 12 seeds play a quadruple-header on Wednesday, with the top four teams getting byes to the quarterfinals. The eight remaining teams play on Thursday, with the semifinals on Friday and the title game on Saturday.

Of all the Pac-12 final games, the 2011 edition is probably the most memorable, as the top-seeded Arizona battled the No. 3 Washington Huskies. The game was tied at the end of regulation time, and appeared headed toward a second extra period when Washington guard Isaiah Thomas hit a game-winning fadeaway jumper at the buzzer.

Thomas led the Huskies that night with 28 points, and was named as the Tournament MVP for the second consecutive season. That was the last game in which the “Pac-10” name was used, as Colorado and Utah joined the conference later that year.

For a college basketball fan in the Western United States, the Pac-12 Tournament might be the best four days of the year. Get your tickets now!

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