Virginia Basketball: Togetherness

Virginia head coach Tony Bennett is often very guarded with media so it was great to read The Ringer piece below where he (and some current and former UVA players) opened up a bit. Really good stuff in here on the UVA players’ consensus least-favorite drill, the pride they have in the way in which they defend, how the current captains have grown from what Bennett terms “entry-level positions,” and the word (togetherness) that is at the center of everything for Virginia Basketball.

“If you think winning is boring, you need to stop playing whatever sport you’re playing,” Anderson says. “What could be less boring than winning games, doing it the right way, playing with your boys, your brothers, with these coaches and leaders and mentors who are changing your life?”


For more on Bennett:
-Bennett pushing this Virginia team to “That Line” (LINK)
-Bennett builds UVA program on pillars of faith (LINK)
-The Dan Dakich Show: Tony Bennett on beating Duke and Kyle Guy getting a haircut (LINK)

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