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West Virginia’s upcoming trip to Spain should answer our key questions about next season

The West Virginia Mountaineers fell off the map a bit last season. After four straight NCAA tournament berths and three sweet sixteens in four years WVU entered the 2018-2019 slate ranked 13th in the country. An opening loss to Buffalo sent the Mountaineers into a season long spiral, finishing 15-21,

Brandon Knapper working to be a presence in WVU’s backcourt

Brandon Knapper (2) averaged 5.0 points and 1.4 assists as a redshirt freshman. (Cover Photo Credit: Shanna Rose, BGS) For Brandon Knapper, his tenure at West Virginia has been full of ups and downs but the redshirt sophomore is ready to make a difference for a team that struggled substantially. During the 2017-18

WVU ready to unleash Two-Headed Monster in Culver, Tshiebwe

MORGANTOWN W.Va - West Virginia basketball will sit in a unique position during the 2019-2020 season, where they can potentially have the luxury of two dominant bigs working the glass for rebounds at the same time. In the past, the Mountaineers have held a solid list of bigs that dominated the

Bob Huggins and players discuss practice for Spain

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia head coach Bob Huggins and players discuss the team's upcoming trip to Spain. Cover Photo Credit: Shanna Rose, BGS

Toronto Raptors sign Sagaba Konate

MARTINSBURG – The Toronto Raptors Tuesday announced the signing of three individuals to its roster including former West Virginia center Sagaba Konate. The team announced its additions and, per team policy, financial terms of his deal were not disclosed. In April, after not suiting up for the Mountaineers in December, Konate announced

McCabe and Matthews ready to lead hungry WVU squad

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.- After a tumultuous 2018 season that consisted of suspensions, blow out losses, and ultimately a 4-14 Big 12 record, West Virginia looks to rebound in a big way in the 2019-2020 season. Despite the record, the Mountaineers showed what they are capable of down the stretch to add intrigue

Former Mountaineer James Long named head coach at WVU Tech

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.—Former West Virginia University basketball player James Long was named head coach of the WVU Tech men’s basketball team on Wednesday. Long played for the Mountaineers from 2014-17 and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in finance.  During his time at WVU, the Charleston native became a member of the Academic All-Big

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