Wright ready to lead Cavs back to the top
History lives and breathes at the University of Virginia. It's unavoidable sitting on The Lawn in Charlottesville where Edgar Allan Poe wrote his poetry, cruising past The Rotunda that Thomas Jefferson designed, walking The Grounds once owned by founding father James Monroe.
There is plenty of basketball history here, too. The legends of Dawn Staley and Ralph Sampson loom large on campus. Even when the school built its brand new arena a few years ago, the past was present.
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