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2010-11 Virginia Basketball Postgame Notes
December 7, 2010
Virginia 54, Radford 44

Team Notes
• Virginia’s 27.7% from the floor ties for the Cavaliers’ 15th worst shooting percentage in a game (and UVa’s lowest since shooting 27.5% vs. Georgia Tech on 12/4/05)
• Virginia’s 22-0 run (end of first half/start of second half) was UVa’s longest run of the season (previous high was an 18-0 run vs. Wichita State)
• During that run, the Highlanders went 14:45 without scoring
• Radford’s 19 first half points were the fewest by a Cavalier opponent at the break since NJIT scored 19 first half points on Dec. 21, 2009
• The Cavaliers’ four second-half field goals were their fewest in a half since having three first half field goals against Florida State (1/24/09)
• Virginia had a season-high seven blocks

Player Notes
• Mike Scott (10 pts, 13 rebs) had his 24th career double-double (sixth this season, fifth consecutive)
• Scott becomes the first Cavalier to have five consecutive double-doubles since Ralph Sampson in 1983
• Scott scored in double figures for the 50th time in his career (eighth time this season)
• Scott had his 28th career double-figure rebound game (sixth this season)
• Mustapha Farrakhan (14 pts) scored in double figures for the sixth time this season (20th time in his career)
• Joe Harris (14 pts) scored in double figures for the fifth time in his career
• KT Harrell (13 pts) scored in double figures for the fourth time in his career

Player Career Highs
• Mustapha Farrakhan set career highs with eight free throws made and eight free throw attempts
• Jontel Evans tied a career high with three steals

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