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1971 National Invitation Tournament

1971 National Invitation Tournament
Teams 16
Finals site Madison Square Garden
New York City
Champions North Carolina (1st title)
Runner-up Georgia Tech (1st title game)
Semifinalists
Winning coach Dean Smith (1st title)
MVP Bill Chamberlain North Carolina
National Invitation Tournaments
«1970 1972»

The 1971 St. Bonaventure, was playing its first season following the departure of All-American Bob Lanier, who led the Bonnies to the 1970 Final Four.

Selected teams

Below is a list of the 16 teams selected for the tournament.[1]
Participants
Dayton
Duke
Georgia Tech
Hawaii
La Salle
Louisville
Massachusetts
Michigan
North Carolina
Oklahoma
Providence
Purdue
St. Bonaventure
St. John's
Syracuse
Tennessee

Brackets/Results

Below is the tournament bracket.[1]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                       
North Carolina 90
Massachusetts 49
North Carolina 86
Providence 79
Providence 64
Louisville 58
North Carolina 73
Duke 69
Tennessee 84
St. John's 83
Tennessee 64
Duke 78
Duke 68
Dayton 60
North Carolina 84
Georgia Tech 66
Michigan 86
Syracuse 76
Michigan 70
Georgia Tech 78
Georgia Tech 70
La Salle 67
Georgia Tech 76
St. Bonaventure 71
St. Bonaventure 94
Purdue 79
St. Bonaventure 73
Hawaii 64
Hawaii 87
Oklahoma 86
  • Third Place - St. Bonaventure 92, Duke 88

References

  1. ^ a b Tournament Results (1970's) at nit.org, URL accessed November 7, 2009. Archived 11/7/09
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