TheSabre.com’s Fan Friday: Basketball Thoughts On UVA Minds

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The Virginia basketball team dropped its third straight game and lost its first home game of the season in the process. That sets the stage for two final games on the current schedule with Miami at the John Paul Jones Arena on Monday and Louisville at the Yum! Center on Saturday.

With basketball season now in the final days of the regular season, there’s plenty on fans’ minds when it comes to UVA hoops and the postseason tournaments. Here are a few popular threads from the week:

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    1. Fair enough and I agree with you.

      2 thoughts:

      1. Rhetorical and I have thought a lot about this: so I should savor and be grateful for teams that are, say 20th-30th in the country, because we hade a 20 year drought of coaches that didn’t quite work out, where that was the absolute upside? I guess, but what is wrong, given we have the best coach and among the best facilities in the country, and a success rate to go along, to ask what happened to those teams that are better than 20th-30th? BTW-I will not waiver from the best coach/best facilities line.

      2. I was actually reacting to any predicted complaints about how unfairly we are seeded, whenever that occurs. I just do not think we are much better than a 6-8 seed, so at that point, being picky about seeding seems to me to be a bit much. Just play it out.

      I think we are going o be bounced by any team with a mobile 6′ 7″ or taller forward with some driving skills; I just hope that team is a recognizable name in the college basketball universe, lest there be another bad mark on the Bennett in the NCAA’s column. I will be stunned, grateful and thrilled if we win our first game in the tournament.

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