Yellow Jackets advance to ACC Tournament semifinals with 70-66 victory over Miami
The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets won their first ACC Tournament game in five years, advancing to the semifinals with a 70-66 victory over the Miami Hurricanes. Jordan Usher led the Yellow Jackets in scoring with 15 points, and Michael Devoe and Jose Alvarado added 13 points each in the victory.
Check out highlights from the game, and some of the Must See Moments.
Watch Jordan Usher gave Georgia Tech the lead over Miami by avoiding Nysier Brooks and throwing down a vicious dunk in this ACC Must See Moment.
Jose Alvarado might have saved Georgia Tech from a late-game collapse against Miami. With the Yellow Jackets up by two, a bad inbounds pass was heading out of bounds before Jose Alvarado was able to grab it at the last second. Then Alvarado really made something happen as he found Jordan Usher down the floor for an open dunk to put the Yellow Jackets up by four in this ACC Must See Moment.
— ACC Men's Basketball (@accmbb) March 11, 2021
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