Without a doubt, the biggest strength of this team is its experience, with almost everyone back from last year's 29-5 squad. Stephen Curry provides a top-notch scorer that the Wildcats can turn to in clutch situations, but there are a number of Davidson players who can come through with big plays in a close game.
Are there too many expectations set upon the Wildcats? The team's Midnight Madness was picked up by ESPN, and many across the country see the Wildcats as a Top 25 team. But can Davidson handle being the team everyone is shooting for instead of an upstart that is the underdog?
29-5 overall, 17-1 in the Southern Conference; lost in first round of NCAA tournament.
Bob McKillop; 19th year at Davidson (311-218).
QUOTE TO NOTE
"When you have players who have shown their commitment by how hard they have worked, not only during the season but in the offseason, you want to reward them. You reward them by giving them the greatest stage to play on that they can play on. To play the kind of schedule that we're playing this year puts us on that stage gives our players significant motivation, excitement and opportunity to play against the best." -- Davidson coach Bob McKillop
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