Kihei Clark is confident to be the shortest Virginia player in almost every game. The low level of freshers did not prevent him from playing the most meaningful game in this NCAA tournament.
Generously noted at five-foot-nine, Clark tackled with veteran know-how an attack during a 53-49 victory against 12th Seed Oregon in the southern semi-final of KFC Yum on Thursday night. Was further protected by strength! Center.
Another benefit of Clark’s success is that it allows Jerome to play the ball more often, giving him more chances to score. Clark and Jerome are both capable ballers. This is especially useful when Cavaliers are under pressure in court.
Oregon tried to crowd the Cavaliers on Friday, but Virginia was awkward. Cavaliers made only eight turnovers against the duck, which came shortly after a six-finish during the 63-51 victory for ninth Oklahoma in Round 32 on Sunday in Atlanta, Columbia.
Current Team: Virginia
Born on: Jan 25, 2000
Age: 19 years old
Born in: Woodland Hills, California
Height: 5-9 (175cm)
Weight: 155 (70kg)
High School: William Howard Taft High School