Virginia Cavaliers Basketball Tickets
As the anticipation of a new college basketball season begins to build, be sure to visit Vivid Seats for the best selection of 2019-2020 Virginia Cavaliers basketball tickets at great prices. To begin your search, scroll through the directory above, which will include all of the games from the 2019-2020 Virginia basketball schedule that are available in our inventory. After you've made your pick, check out the John Paul Jones Arena seating chart to see which sections are open and at what price, before proceeding to the following page where you'll complete the order. All transactions can be finalized either through our safe and secure online server or by calling 1.866.848.8499.
Virginia Cavaliers Tournament Tickets
The Cavaliers will work for a spot in the postseason, so you won't want to miss out on our extensive selection of NCAA Tournament tickets and Final Four tickets available just in time for March Madness.
Virginia Cavaliers Mens Basketball Tickets Information
Cavaliers Primed For ACC Breakthrough
The Virginia Cavaliers narrowly missed out on an NCAA Tournament at-large bid in 2012-13, but will look to leave no doubt this year with the help of all five of their top scorers from last season set to return. UVA brings back a starter at each position, most notably Joe Harris, who led the team by netting 16.3 points per game last season. Harris will be joined in the backcourt by Justin Anderson (7.6 points per game), and together, the two could form one of the top guard combinations in the ACC. On the interior, Akil Mitchell will look to attack the glass once again after hauling in 8.9 rebounds per contest last season. Further adding toughness on Virginia's front line will be South Carolina-transfer Anthony Gill, who averaged 7.6 points and 4.7 rebounds per game in his most recent season in Columbia.
The Cavaliers were 21-11 overall last season and notched 11 wins in the ACC, but if they have hopes of making it to the NCAA Tournament, they will need to make a statement in the non-conference portion of their schedule. Virginia will have many chances to post attention-grabbing wins in the beginning of the season, as its non-conference slate features the likes of VCU, Wisconsin, and Tennessee.