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Ranking Virginia's Last Ten Games from Most Winnable to Least Winnable

How many of the last ten games will the Cavaliers win?

With just ten games remaining the Virginia men's basketball regular season, the Cavaliers finds themselves in unfamiliar territory. UVA is at risk of missing the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2013. The Hoos likely need to win at least eight of their last ten games in order to give themselves even a chance at earning an at-large March Madness selection. Otherwise, UVA will have to win the ACC Tournament and secure the conference's automatic bid. 

With that in mind, here are our rankings for Virginia's final ten games, ordered from most winnable to least winnable. 

Josh Pastner, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets men's basketball
Makai Ashton-Langford, Boston College Eagles men's basketball
Virginia Cavaliers vs. Louisville Cardinals men's basketball
Kihei Clark Virginia Cavaliers men's basketball, Hunter Cattoor Virginia Tech Hokies men's basketball
Prentiss Hubb, Notre Dame Fighting Irish men's basketball
Kameron McGusty, Miami Hurricanes men's basketball
Wendell Moore, Duke Blue Devils men's basketball
Leonard Hamilton, Florida State Seminoles men's basketball
Isaiah Wong, Miami Hurricanes men's basketball
Paolo Banchero and Wendell Moore, Duke Blue Devils men's basketball

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