UVA loses De'Andre Hunter to injury

UVA loses De'Andre Hunter to injury

UVA loses De'Andre Hunter to injury

Top-ranked and top-seeded Virginia will be without forward De'Andre Hunter, the ACC's sixth man of the year, for the NCAA Tournament because of a broken left wrist.

Hunter, who was the ACC Sixth Man of the Year, is the best athlete on the Cavaliers and consistently provided a spark off the bench. He will undergo surgery Monday and be out 10-12 weeks.

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He'll be the first U.Va. player this season to miss a game because of injury.

Virginia's NCAA Tournament is not off to a good start. He reached double figures in 16 games and was Virginia's leading scorer in six contests. Hunter suffered a broken left wrist during the Cavaliers' run at the conference tournament in Brooklyn last week. He banked in a dramatic game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer at Louisville on March 1.

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No. 1 overall seed Virginia will be without one of its star players for the duration of the NCAA Tournament. U.Va. scored five points in the final 0.9 seconds to get the improbable win. His scoring high was 23 points in his fourth game, a 73-53 victory over Monmouth on November 19.

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