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Villanova Basketball is testing out a Golden State 'Death Lineup' in Spain

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Down two big men? No problem.

Happy Tuesday, 'Nova Nation! We've had several folks on here call for a Villanova all-small-ball lineup, akin to the Golden State Warriors 'Death Lineup' that consisted of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andre Iguodala, Harrison Barnes and Draymond Green.

No Darryl Reynolds or Omari Spellman in Spain has meant that Jay Wright is (maybe unintentionally) getting a look at just that. He's started Josh Hart, Kris Jenkins and Eric Paschall along with Jalen Brunson and Phil Booth. You could throw Donte DiVincenzo and Mikal Bridges in contention for that lineup as well.

So, let's hear your favorite potential 'Death Lineup' for 'Nova in the comments.

And now, the "news."

Is Villanova working on a 'Death Lineup' | NBC Sports
The more important thing to take away from this game is that Josh Hart looks like he’s going to be awesome, and when Josh Hart is awesome it makes Nova really dangerous.

Nova Notebook: Cats in Spain Part Four | Villanova.com
Following an 87-80 victory over a Spanish Select Team a few thoughts on life after Ryan Arcidiacono and Daniel Ochefu with a Sunday night visit to a bullfight.

Vote for college basketball's most difficult venue | ESPN
Now that the most difficult venues from each conference have been determined, it's time to settle the final score. Will Duke, Kansas or Indiana win it? No, Villanova will! The Pavilion won the Big East vote and now is your chance to vote for them.

5-time champ North Dakota State tops STATS FCS preseason poll | NCAA.com
North Dakota State took all but six first-place votes in the STATS FCS preseason poll as it aims for a sixth straight title. Villanova will start the season at #23.

Predicting the 2016-17 Big East College Basketball Standings | Bleacher Report
It will never be the "Old" Big East again, but this conference will be loaded for the 2016-17 college basketball season than it has been since dropping down to 10 teams several years ago.