Virginia Basketball: 2014 ACC Tournament title win highlighted on ‘Wahoo Wednesdays’

uva virginiaVirginia defeated Duke in the 2014 ACC Tournament title game to win the school’s first tournament title in 38 years.

The game is set to stream on the ACC Facebook page and Twitter account on Wednesday at 7 p.m. as part of the “Wahoo Wednesdays” series of classic Virginia game re-airs.

Former UVA players will participate in a live watch party that will be broadcast on @theACC on Facebook and Twitter.

Players scheduled to participate in the watch party include Joe Harris, Akil Mitchell and London Perrantes.

Fans can ask the players questions on Twitter by using #GoHoos and on Facebook while in the watch party.

The Cavaliers claimed their first ACC Tournament championship since 1976 with the 72-63 win over the Blue Devils.

Malcolm Brogdon scored 23 points, and tournament MVP Harris added 15, including a backbreaking three-pointer with just under two minutes remaining.

Mitchell added a game-high 15 rebounds and limited Duke star Jabari Parker to 9-of-24 shooting from the field.

Perrantes chipped in seven points and three assists.

Fans can view the Facebook Live stream starting Wednesday at 7 p.m. on www.facebook.com/theACC and the live stream on Twitter on www.twitter.com/theACC.

Information from Virginia Athletics

         
 

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