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Bob Huggins and the Mountaineers readying for a new season

On Tuesday, the 2021-2022 West Virginia men's basketball season will officially be underway. Before opening practice on Tuesday, head coach Bob Huggins spoke with the media about how the team has improved from the summer, how the new additions are to this team and just a general update about the program

Da’Sean Butler to coach in NBA G-League

Former Mountaineer and basketball player Da'Sean Butler has announced that he will be coaching this season in the NBA's G-League as an assistant. This was announced by West Virginia's alumni team Best Virginia's podcast called "Final FourCast," who Butler helps co-host on twitter. https://twitter.com/finalfourcast/status/1438899188306227206 Butler spent four seasons at West Virginia.

2021-22 WVU Men’s Basketball Schedule Released

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (Sept. 15, 2021) – West Virginia University Director of Athletics Shane Lyons and the Big 12 Conference have announced the 2021-22 men’s basketball schedule. The nonconference schedule will feature eight games at the WVU Coliseum and five games away from home, including three in the Shriners Children’s Charleston Classic. WVU will

REPORT: Bob Huggins Agrees To Contract Extension With WVU

MORGANTOWN, W. Va. - (August 26, 2021) — On Thursday, it was reported by 247Sports that West Virginia basketball coach Bob Huggins agreed to a contract extension that would take him all the way until retirement. The contract details are disclosed at the moment. Huggins will enter the 2021-22 season earning

Quickley, McBride Propel Knicks Past Lakers

LAS VEGAS--Immanuel Quickley scored 25 points and Miles "Deuce" McBride had 22 points as the New York Knicks defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 91-82 on Wednesday night in summer league action. The former West Virginia University point guard had another good performance on both offense and defense. He was 6-for-6 from

Miles McBride Nets Nine in Knicks’ Summer League Loss

LAS VEGAS--Former West Virginia basketball standout Miles "Deuce" McBride made his NBA summer league debut for the New York Knicks on Sunday afternoon. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound guard had nine points, five rebounds, two assists and one steal in New York's 89-79 loss to the Toronto Raptors. Obi Toppin led the Knicks with

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