1. VIRGINIA CAVALIERS
If you saw Virginia’s 18-25 shooting performance from 3-point territory against Syracuse, you saw a team shoot better than the equivalent of 100 percent from 2-point range.
Virginia is a fabulous offensive team that can shoot it from multiple spots (Kyle Guy, Ty Jerome and De’Andre Hunter). This looks like the No. 1 overall seed in the tournament.
23. MARYLAND TERPS
The great inside-outside combo of Bruno Fernando, a first-team all-Big Ten performer, and Anthony Cowan can compete against anyone.
If Maryland takes care of the ball, the Terps can win their way into the second weekend.