George Mason Basketball: 5 Key Questions Heading into the Season

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George Mason Basketball: 5 Key Questions Heading into the Season

The CAA's Media Day is upon us, and once again, George Mason is one of the headliners.

The Patriots, thanks in part to the conference's new deal with NBC Sports, received ten nationally televised games (with the potential for two more per the Paradise Jam), had junior Sherrod Wright named to the All-CAA Second Team and were picked to finish third in the preseason poll.

As for my comments on being picked to finish third, it's hard to take too much stock in a preseason poll, but third seems as good a place as any, seeing as I outlined last week why Delaware and Drexel, picked Nos. 2 and 1, respectively, are going to be very strong teams this year.

Plus, with only seven teams eligible for the CAA Tournament, the only team who will get a bye this season will be the number one seed, meaning that, in all honesty, seeds two through seven are all in the same boat anyway.

But enough of what we do know, because where's the fun in that? Let's talk about the great unknowns of George Mason basketball this season.

Here are your top five questions heading into the 2012-13 season for the George Mason Patriots.

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