MORGANTOWN, W. Va. – (May 27, 2021) — On Thursday afternoon, it was announced on the Final Fourcast’s Twitter that former WVU guard Chase Harler will be joining Best Virginia for TBT—The Basketball Tournament—for 2021.
Harler joins a confirmed list of Jonathan Holton, Sagaba Konate, Teyvon Myers, Nathan Adrian, Tarik Phillip, Juwan Staten, John Flowers and Kevin Jones, who will be playing for Best Virginia in the summer.
Harler—a Moundsville, West Virginia native—played under Bob Huggins at West Virginia from 2017-20, helping the Mountaineers to 2-Sweet 16 appearance in 2017 and 2018.
Best Virginia opted out of the tournament last year, but is looking to return to the court for the first time since 2019.
TBT is a tournament-based format that has grown since it’s formation in 2014. The tournament usually consists of around 64 teams, but last year was only able to have 24 teams to form a bubble in Columbus, Ohio.
The tournament winner receives a winner-takes-all prize of $1 Million. ESPN is the sole source of coverage for the tournament in July.
Best Virginia will announce its roster for the 2021 TBT in the upcoming weeks.
Best Virginia will host the West Virginia region with Herd That—Marshall’s alumni team—in Charleston, West Virginia on July 17-July 21.
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