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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news and links for March 13, 2015

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Daily Villanova links.

TGIF, 'Nova Nation! Yesterday was a glorious day at Madison Square Garden but tonight should present a much stiffer challenge against Providence. The Friars didn't mutilate the Johnnies, but it was a comfortable and authoritative win. And I'm sure Ed Cooley is reminding them what happened on the Main Line a couple of weeks ago. It should be a solid Big East basketball game.

By the way I just realized it's Friday the 13th and that better not mess with tonight.

And now, the "news."

Q&A: Villanova's Jay Wright |
Wright talks with CBS Sports Network's Jon Rothstein about the Wildcats' season as they prepare for the second season.

Villanova Wildcats are winning in unconventional way thanks to coach Jay Wright | ESPN
Villanova has lost just twice this season, and the Wildcats look to be a No. 1 seed. But most people outside of Philadelphia can't name their leading scorer?

Work ethic has paved the path for Chicago Sun-Times Player of the Year Jalen Brunson | High School Cube News
Jalen Brunson has an NBA lineage, but anyone that watched him play freshman year knows that the 2015 Chicago Sun-Times Player of the Year honor wasn’t his birthright.

Villanova Basketball Has Twice the Incentive To Win Big East Tournament Title | RantSports
Villanova improved to 30-2 with an 84-49 win over Marquette in the Big East Tournament and moved another step closer to both the tournament title and a No. 1 seed.

The many faces of Tom Crean |
He's half Tom Arnold, half Rick Moranis and entirely fascinating.

Director Kevin Smith to film ‘Clerks III’ in Philadelphia |
Director Kevin Smith has long been promising a third installment of his beloved "Clerks" franchise, even going so far as to suggest Pittsburgh as a shooting location during a Comic-Con panel discussion back in July 2013. But, as it turns out, "Clerks III" will be filmed right here in Philly.

...and because it's important: always make sure that you're passing the ball to someone who is paying attention.