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Villanova's Ryan Arcidiacono eyeing NBA, possibly with the 76ers?

Arch impressed the hometown team in his workout, and says he is "optimistic" about the NBA Draft.

Happy Tuesday, 'Nova Nation! Apologies for the lack of the Arizin yesterday. Just not a lot in the news over the weekend and we decided to take a day off. We're back today with plenty of coverage of Ryan Arcidiacono's workout with the 76ers, who seem impressed by him.

The Sixers don't have a pick in the second round - some mocks have Arch getting drafted late - but he's really just out to make it with any team. And he's feeling pretty good about his chances of getting drafted. If he's getting good vibes from a few teams, at the very worst he'll likely end up in the Summer League.

And now, the "news."

Ryan Arcidiacono: 'It would mean the world' if Sixers drafted me | CSN Philly
Projections have Ryan Arcidiacono going late in the second round to undrafted, but if the point guard could play for the Sixers, "it would mean the world" to him.

'Nova's Arcidiacono shows the 76ers how he runs offense | Philadelphia Inquirer
Being from Langhorne, Ryan Arcidiacono said playing for the 76ers would mean the world to him. The point guard has already crossed off one item on his bucket list by playing a starring role for his beloved NCAA Division I champion Villanova Wildcats.

Villanova's Ryan Arcidiacono to work out for Philly and other Sixers draft news |
It looks like Ben Simmons will be selected by the Philadelphia 76ers with the No. 1 pick in Thursday's NBA Draft. Four different mock drafts have the LSU star being taken #1 overall.

Inside College Hoops: Who could be the Buddy Hield or Denzel Valentine of 2017? |
Duke's Grayson Allen could go from borderline first-round pick to a lottery selection after a National Player of the Year campaign. Josh Hart too?

Avenging past failures: theme among recent champions | ESPN
The Cleveland Cavaliers and Dustin Johnson are the latest champions to overcome their recent failures

Lonnie Walker praises UK; Wants to end recruitment this fall | A Sea Of Blue
Lonnie Walker had nice things to say about UK while discussing his recruitment.

Former Villanova athlete moved by Orlando shooting comes out publicly | Outsports
"Visibility — now more than ever —is important for our LGBT community." John Pickhaver, 26, ran cross country and track for Villanova from 2009-2013.

Will Declining TV Revenues Price Smaller Schools Out Of Big-Time Football? | VICE Sports
The Football Bowl Subdivision of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division I is often described as a land of riches, and for half of the 128 FBS member schools, that's true.

By the numbers: the better (shooting) team lost | Rumble In The Garden
A look back at the Big East and how often teams won despite shooting worse than their opponents.

What would a Big East 'Money in the Bank Ladder Match' look like? | Big East Coast Bias
Let's take our guesses.