The 1970 National Invitation Tournament was unique in that coach Al McGuire of Marquette University, unhappy with his team's placement, turned down a bid to the NCAA tournament and elected to play in the NIT instead. His Marquette Warriors went on to claim the championship.

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  • Il National Invitation Tournament 1970 fu la 33ª edizione del torneo. Venne vinto dalla Marquette University; il miglior giocatore fu Dean Meminger. (it)
  • The 1970 National Invitation Tournament was unique in that coach Al McGuire of Marquette University, unhappy with his team's placement, turned down a bid to the NCAA tournament and elected to play in the NIT instead. His Marquette Warriors went on to claim the championship. This tournament represented the final college games for LSU great Pete Maravich, the NCAA's all-time leading scorer. Maravich finished his three-year career with 3,667 points, 44.2 per game, records which stand through the 2015-16 season, despite the reinstitution of freshman eligibility and the introduction of the shot clock and 3-point shot. It was LSU's only postseason appearance between 1954 and 1979. (en)
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  • Il National Invitation Tournament 1970 fu la 33ª edizione del torneo. Venne vinto dalla Marquette University; il miglior giocatore fu Dean Meminger. (it)
  • The 1970 National Invitation Tournament was unique in that coach Al McGuire of Marquette University, unhappy with his team's placement, turned down a bid to the NCAA tournament and elected to play in the NIT instead. His Marquette Warriors went on to claim the championship. (en)
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  • 1970 National Invitation Tournament (en)
  • National Invitation Tournament 1970 (it)
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