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Sam Hauser, Joey Hauser Transfer To Virginia, Michigan State

May 29, 2019 12:31 AM

Sam Hauser and Joey Hauser announced their transfers to Virginia and Michigan State respectively. 

Sam, older by 19 months, was the top-ranked sit-out transfer according to ESPN. Joey was ranked 3rd on the list.

Sam has 1 season of eligibility remaining, while Joey has 2 more seasons with a chance to get a 3rd. Both will sit out next season. 

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Tags: Virginia Cavaliers, Michigan State Spartans, NCAA, NCAA Transfer

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Kyle Guy Declares For NBA Draft

Apr 17, 2019 1:28 AM

Virginia's Kyle Guy declared for the NBA draft and will sign with an agent. Guy joins teammates De'Andre Hunter and Ty Jerome in entering the draft following their championship season.

"I set a goal with my brothers when we committed to UVA. Three years later we accomplished that goal of winning a National Championship. I also set a goal for myself to play in the NBA," said Guy.

Guy averaged 15.4 points on the season.

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Tags: Virginia Cavaliers, NBA, NBA NBA Draft, NBA Draft Declarations

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Ty Jerome Leaves Virginia For 2019 NBA Draft

Apr 15, 2019 12:17 PM

Ty Jerome will hire an agent and leave Virginia for the 2019 NBA Draft.

Jerome is a projected late first round or early second round pick.

"After talking to my family, coaching staff and thinking about it a lot, I've decided to forgo my senior year of college and declare for the 2019 NBA draft," Jerome said in the video. "From Day 1, I always dreamed about playing at this level since I picked up a basketball, playing in the ACC, playing against Duke and [North] Carolina. This program was everything I could have possibly dreamed of."

"He's gone," said one source close to the program.

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Tags: Ty Jerome, Virginia Cavaliers, NCAA, NBA, NBA NBA Draft, NBA Draft General, NBA Draft Declarations

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Virginia Favored To Repeat As NCAA Men's Basketball Champions In 2020

Apr 9, 2019 1:56 AM

Two sportsbooks posted Virginia as the favorites to repeat as NCAA men's basketball champions next season.

Caesars Palace already had Virginia as 5-1 favorites before the title game. The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook placed Virginia and Kentucky as co-favorites at 7-1 odds.

"Virginia's only loss to graduation is reserve big man Jack Salt, so they will be stacked again next year if no one leaves for the NBA. You always have to stay conservative with Duke and Kentucky until you know who is leaving and where the unsigned recruits are going. I'd much rather open too low and bump a team when guys leave than open too high and take a sharp bet when they unexpectedly come back to school," said Matt Lindeman, manager of trading at Caesars.

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Tags: Virginia Cavaliers, NCAA Tournament, NCAA

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