An underlying question has seemed to float throughout the West Virginia University basketball fanbase since this past April, asking: Why did Sagaba Konate decide to declare for the NBA so early? Did he leave because he didn't appreciate his role in the program? Did he recognize that powerhouse freshman Oscar Tshiebwe was going to arrive soon in Morgantown? Is he even ready for professional basketball? Who knows. What is evident, however, is the following: Sagaba Konate left for not only his future but for the basketball team's future, as well.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.–Jermaine Haley scored 24 points and West Virginia defeated Grand Canyon University 77-63 in the opening round of the Roman College Basketball Invitational on Wednesday night. Emmitt Matthews and... Read More
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MORGANTOWN, W.Va.–Jermaine Haley scored a career-high 28 points as West Virginia pummeled Iowa State 90-75 on Wednesday night at the Coliseum. “(Assistant coach) Erik (Martin) did the scouting report, and... Read More