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Clemson has, by most measures, had a fairly respectable season so far. They’re 21-8 and 13-5 in conference play. Those are pretty solid numbers. They average 75 points a game but have struggled a bit recently, as they’re 5-5 in their last 10 and 4-5 on the road. Forward Hunter Tyson is leading his team with 15.8 points per game and 9.4 rebounds, and as a whole, the Tigers are shooting 46.8% from the field compared to the Cavaliers, who are shooting at a 44.9% clip. Now, this definitely would not be an easy game for Clemson to steal on the road against a ranked opponent, but UVA has shown recently that they are beatable.
Now Virginia, on paper, is by far the better team. They allow eight fewer points than Clemson and play a much more team-focused style of basketball, with a lot of ball movement and an emphasis on assists and open shots. They have more assists, steals, and less turnovers, with a better 3-point shooting percentage. I mean, this is a top-10-ranked team in the country taking on an unranked team at home. Call me crazy; I know riding with the home ranked squad is insane, but I’m taking the Hoos.
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