Now loaded with scoring options, Bennett has arguably his best offense ever at his fingertips.
The Cavaliers (25-2, 13-2 ACC) rolled to an 81-51 victory over a struggling Yellow Jacket (12-17, 4-12 ACC) team, led by big performances from junior guard Ty Jerome and sophomore guard De’Andre Hunter.
Brogdon deserves special mention this week, as he averaged 21 points per game this week and made several crucial baskets against Sacramento Wednesday night giving the Bucks their sixth straight win in overtime.
The win made Virginia the first team in ACC history to beat five ranked opponents on the road.
The Cavalier Daily sports staff breaks down some players to watch and keys to the game for No. 3 Virginia’s game against No. 18 Louisville Saturday at noon.
After an exciting All-Star weekend that saw Virginia alum Joe Harris win the three-point contest, three of the four ‘Hoos in the NBA returned to action on Thursday night.
If anything in life is certain beyond death and taxes, it may very well be that the Virginia men’s basketball team will consistently have the best scoring defense in the country.
Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Harris defeated a field of ten of the NBA's top shooters in the Mountain Dew Three Point Contest as part of NBA All-Star Weekend in Charlotte, N.C Saturday night.
This year's Virginia team has the same composure and toughness as past Tony Bennett teams but also has a unique quality of resilience.
Experts and fans will have differing opinions, but my take is that Virginia is still the second best team in the country.
As men’s and women’s basketball head into their final stretch of conference play, five Cavalier Daily sports staff writers take a look at five pressing questions for both teams.
The Cavaliers (21-2, 9-2 ACC) used a late second half comeback to beat the Tar Heels (19-5, 9-2 ACC) in an impressive display of toughness on the road.