With every ACC team through at 16 league games and the conference tournament set to begin in just a week, it's time to start looking ahead to Charlotte. 

Three of the four teams receiving double-byes are locked in: Virginia, North Carolina and Duke. By virtue of losing three or fewer games—with one of Virginia Tech and Florida State set to lose when the two sides meet Tuesday—they are guaranteed to not play until Thursday.

And the bottom six teams—Boston College, Miami, Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Notre Dame and Pittsburgh—all of whom will take to the court Tuesday, are now settled thanks to the Yellow Jackets' win against the Eagles Sunday night. Even if Boston College wins its last two games, it won't be able to overtake Clemson for ninth place after falling to the Tigers just more than a week ago.

So, for simplicity's sake, we'll ignore all the machinations that could happen between seeds Nos. 10-15 and instead focus on the teams that will begin their postseason runs on either next Wednesday or Thursday.

Note: This story will be updated throughout the week leading up to Saturday night's ACC regular-season finale between Duke and North Carolina.

1. Virginia (15-3 in the ACC)

The Cavaliers are the No. 1 seed and will play Thursday at noon.

2. North Carolina (15-2)

Best case: With a win, the Tar Heels will be the No. 2 seed.

Worst case: With a loss, North Carolina will be the No. 3 seed.

3. Duke (14-3)

Best case: The Blue Devils can finish second with a win against the Tar Heels.

Worst case: Duke will be in third if it loses at North Carolina.

4. Florida State (13-5)

The Seminoles will be the No. 4 seed and play Thursday at 2:30 p.m.

5. Virginia Tech (12-6)

The Hokies will be the No. 5 seed and play Wednesday at 2:30 p.m.

6. Syracuse (10-8)

The Orange will be the No. 6 seed and play Wednesday at 9:30 p.m.

7. Louisville (10-8)

The Cardinals will be the No. 7 and play Wednesday at 7 p.m.

8. N.C. State (9-9)

9. Clemson (9-9)

The Wolfpack will take on the Tigers Wednesday at noon.