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ACC Basketball: ACC Basketball Power Rankings for December

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This seems like a good time to break down who are the best teams in ACC Basketball from worst to first.

It is mid-December after all and the ACC is on the down slope toward the start of the ACC Conference schedule.

There are currently five teams representing the ACC in the Top 25 right now.

According to the AP Top 25 Duke (No.7), Virginia (No.8), North Carolina (No.11), Miami (FL)(No.15), and Louisville (No.19) are the teams that represent the ACC conference in the Top 25, with Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Notre Dame all receiving votes to be put into the rankings.

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    So the purpose of this slideshow is to rank the teams in the ACC as things stand at this time and give some kind of perspective as to what to expect from each team going forward as we begin to enter conference play.

    This slideshow will go from worst to first so don’t panic when you see that the first slide is the worst team in the conference. We know that some people don’t pay attention to that sort of thing as they are flipping through.

    So here are the ACC Basketball power rankings from No. 15 to No. 1

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