Coming off an Atlantic-10 championship, Bob McKillop’s Davidson Wildcats have much more expected of them than they did a year ago, when the team was picked to come near the bottom of the conference at the onset of the season. This time around, as articulated by McKillop in recent press conferences, Davidson won’t be taken lightly in the A-10 and will have to manage without former A-10 POY Tyler Kalinoski. Simply put, they’ll have targets on their backs in 2015-16.
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Though it was indeed Lenoir-Rhyne, Davidson was excellent in its first and only exhibition game of the season last Saturday, putting up 96 points without projected starter Jordan Barham and sweet-shooting reserve Jordan Watkins, who both sat out with minor injuries. If the ‘Cats can continue to shoot as well as they did all of last season and on Saturday (clearly the achilles-heel of a motion Bob McKillop team), Davidson should contend for another A-10 championship and an NCAA tournament berth.