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20-4, 1st in ACC
Duke looking for big win against Virginia (1:05)
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Need a new narrative?

Duke and Virginia certainly do. They're panicking in Durham over a Blue Devils team that isn't ranked. While the Cavs have returned to form, they're not incapable of dropping Saturday's game to Duke (4:30 p.m. ET, ESPN). Weekend Homework

ACC showdown has teeth

If a matchup of two ACC powers falls in the woods and nobody cares nationally, does it make a sound? That would have been the case if Virginia met Duke a month ago. Thankfully both teams look to have gotten their acts together, but our Myron Medcalf is taking UVA. Weekend predictions

Weekend Preview: Virginia vs Duke (2:10)

Brennan still believes in Virginia

Three ESPN experts picked the Cavs to win the national title in the preseason. Eamonn Brennan is still confident that they can win it all. Revised predictions

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Malcolm Brogdon makes Wooden Watch

Virginia is cruising and the best season of Brogdon's career is chief among the reasons why. The senior guard is averaging 17.7 points per game for a team that has recorded the second-fewest possessions -- 61.7 per game -- in Division I basketball. Wooden Watch

Wooden Award: Late season Top 20 (0:40)

Bilas ranks Cavaliers high

Virginia shoots over 49 percent in ACC play, which leads the league. On top of that, the Cavs only give up 21.7 points in the paint, the lowest among major conference teams. So, did they make Jay Bilas' top 10? You bet. Bilas Index: 1-68 (Insider)

Virginia rolls over Virginia Tech (0:42)

Team Stats

Points Per Game71.4222nd
Rebounds Per Game32.2Tied-326th
Assists Per Game14.7Tied-99th
Points Allowed59.63rd

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