Cory Alexander joins UVA basketball radio team

Fans of UVA men's basketball will hear not just one, but two new voices on the radio in the upcoming season. In addition to new play-by-play man Dave Koehn, Virginia Sports Properties announced yesterday that former Cavalier standout and 10-year NBA veteran Cory Alexander will be providing the color commentary. Alexander was the starting point guard on the UVA team that made it all the way to the Elite Eight of the 1995 NCAA Tournament. That summer, the San Antonio Spurs selected the Waynesboro native 29th overall in the first round of the NBA Draft. Alexander replaces Jim Hobgood, who called UVA contests for 12 years alongside Mac McDonald.

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It looks as though Alexander actually played in seven seasons in the NBA, although I do think that he spent some time in the league's D-league.

Dave Leito is a jerk, just like Groh, maybe worse. I am sure he had something to do with this. Cory will be much nicer as the basketball team goes 9-22

AA how bout you learn how to spell our hoops coaches name? And Yes he is a real jerk.