Virginia’s Darion Atkins, left, looks to pass the ball against Syracuse’s Tyler Roberson on March 2. The Cavaliers have posted back-to-back 16-2 conference records and enter this week’s ACC tournament as the No. 1 seed.
Virginia’s Darion Atkins, left, looks to pass the ball against Syracuse’s Tyler Roberson on March 2. The Cavaliers have posted back-to-back 16-2 conference records and enter this week’s ACC tournament as the No. 1 seed. Nick Lisi AP
Virginia’s Darion Atkins, left, looks to pass the ball against Syracuse’s Tyler Roberson on March 2. The Cavaliers have posted back-to-back 16-2 conference records and enter this week’s ACC tournament as the No. 1 seed. Nick Lisi AP

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