Some bold reporter went ahead and asked Roy Williams what he thought of the ACC Tournament moving to Brooklyn in 2017 after North Carolina lost to Pittsburgh in the ACC quarterfinals on Friday.Wrong question, wrong time. “I mean, we just got our butts kicked,” Williams told reporters. “And we’ve got to get ready for the NCAA Tournament. Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a blankety blank where the hell they put it. If they put it in Siberia, I’m going to try to go play. If they put it in Owen High School in Black Mountain, Swannanoa Valley, I’m going to try our best to go out and play.” Jim Boeheim previously said he didn’t care if they played the ACC Tournament on “the moon,” so Williams is close with his Siberia call. For what it’s worth, Williams told me last summer — in a much calmer moment — that he’d be fine with playing the ACC in New York on a rotating basis. “It’s really, really hard for me to give up on Greensboro (N.C.), but boy having the ACC Tournament in New York would really be something special,” Williams told SNY.tv at Peach Jam.