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A Seton Hall player trucked Villanova's coach while chasing a bad pass

There are really bad passes in basketball sometimes. For the most part, they're fairly harmless since there's no one within ten feet to grab the ball. Previously, we have even joked that players like Lance Stephenson dish out passes to ghosts.

But on Saturday in the Big East championship game between Villanova and Seton Hall, 'Nova's head coach Jay Wright learned the dangers of bad passes, as one went hurling towards him and the bench. He managed to duck, but that didn't really help out much as Pirates guard Derrick Gordon ran him down.

Oof! Luckily, Wright was okay.