Is it a good thing to be a good player on a bad team? It was a COLD night last evening in Chapel Hill!
Will(William) Graves, I’m asking you a question today, “is it a good thing, to be a good player, on a BAD team?????”
I am asking everyone that same question……Is it a good thing, to be a good player, on a bad team?
North Carolina got killed by Virginia last night, in Chapel Hill of all places and you have to wonder how this is registering with Will Graves(Dudley HS), as his junior season goes on and his team falls further in the conference standings and falls out of the national rankings completely.
If you are Will Graves or another UNC Tar Heel player that is actually making strides this season, can you take any solace that your game is improving while, your team is embroiled in a landslide/mudslide??????
Is there anything good at all that is going to come of this? Will it be good for Will to come home to Greensboro for the ACC Tournament, with his team mired in last place? Say your team is dead last, but you lead the squad in scoring, is that still a good day at the office?????
What do you make of this and where do you see it all going? It’s like the story of the year in the conferecne is, North Carolina going down the tubes and what else is causing a stir????? Who’s in first? Who’s on first? Who’s in last? North Carolina is close and that is where the stir is…….
I wouldn’t want to be headed to a North Carolina men’s basketball practice today if I were Will Graves and his Tar Heel teammates……
Oh and by the way(BTW), there was the game in Chapel Hill last night and the other league action from Sunday…..Your thoughts on the whole ball of wax.
Cavaliers Post 75-60 Win at North Carolina
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) – Sylven Landesberg scored 29 points and Virginia ran off 18 unanswered points early in the second half to beat struggling North Carolina 75-60 on Sunday night.
Sammy Zeglinski added 19 points for the Cavaliers (13-6, 4-2 Atlantic Coast Conference), who regrouped from consecutive losses to earn another impressive victory under first-year coach Tony Bennett. Virginia had lost 63 of 68 meetings in Chapel Hill, but blew the game open by holding the Tar Heels without a field goal for nearly 8 minutes in front of a stunned Smith Center crowd. v While Landesberg led the offense, Zeglinski knocked down a pair of 3-pointers during the decisive run, which turned a 35-32 margin into a 21-point lead with 14:20 to play.
Also from Sunday:
Men’s Hoop Finals
Miami 82, Virginia Tech 75
Coral Gables, Fla.
Clemson 62, Maryland 53