WillWeaverRVA

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In the race for the #1 seed tonight:
-Richmond is eliminated with a loss.
-Saint Louis is eliminated with a loss.
-UMass is eliminated with a loss + VCU win
-VCU cannot be eliminated tonight.

VCU clinches the double-bye (top-four seed) with a win.
Does someone have a full list of scenarios somewhere?
 
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Love this graphic from our guy Derrick at SBUnfurled. Shows you the possible win percentage range.
I've said it before and I'll say it again: WHY can't they teach THIS math in schools? Forget going to the supermarket and buying 50 watermelons and giving your friend 13 of them and trying to find out how many you have left; instead, Team A has a .783 win percent and Team B has a .687 win percent; both have two games left, and both are heavy favorites; which team has the better shot at being the #1 seed??
 
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I've said it before and I'll say it again: WHY can't they teach THIS math in schools? Forget going to the supermarket and buying 50 watermelons and giving your friend 13 of them and trying to find out how many you have left; instead, Team A has a .783 win percent and Team B has a .687 win percent; both have two games left, and both are heavy favorites; which team has the better shot at being the #1 seed??
The league commissioner's favorite.
 
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