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Men’s basketball showing playmaking ability, Bryce Hall among nation’s best

More proof that UVa basketball is not as boring as watching paint dry

NCAA Basketball: Virginia at Duke Rob Kinnan-USA TODAY Sports
Every weekday, we deliver UVA links outside of STL that you may have missed from the day before. It’s our look Around The Corner.

Virginia men’s basketball hits the floor again tonight at John Paul Jones Arena against Wake Forest. In the meantime, here are some of Monday’s best links:

No. 3 UVA becoming dangerous with the dribble-drive (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

While Virginia did fall to then No. 1 Duke on Saturday in Cameron Indoor Stadium, the Cavaliers did prove that they have the ability to play a little one-on-one basketball, even against the nation’s best. Per Wake Forest head coach Danny Manning, “Those guys do a really good job of getting into the paint.”

Junior Bryce Hall finished as the second best cornerback in the FBS at forcing incompletions, according to Pro Football Focus.


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