In game six of the NBA Western Conference Finals, the Phoenix Suns defeated the Los Angeles Clippers, 130-103, to clinch an NBA Finals berth. https://twitter.com/suns/status/1410444854732021766?s=21 This means that Jevon Carter will become the first West Virginia men's basketball player to reach the NBA Finals since Jerome Anderson did it in 1976. Anderson
On Wednesday night, the Phoenix Suns defeated the Los Angeles Clippers 109-101 to cliched their first playoff berth in 11 years. https://twitter.com/suns/status/1387622906151141382?s=21 Former WVU point guard Jevon Carter (2015-18) has played a great role on the Suns this season backing up future hall of fame point guard Chris Paul. Carter is
Devin Booker scored 35 points, and the Phoenix Suns rolled past the short-handed Oklahoma City Thunder 128-101 on Monday to improve to 6-0 in the restart and improve their playoff chances. Former Mountaineer Jevon Carter put forth another strong game. He scored eight points, five assists and grabbed five boards. Defensively, Carter had three
Jevon Carter continues to impress with his defensive play but it was the former Mountaineers’ offense that helped the red-hot Phoenix Suns defeat the Miami Heat on Saturday. Carter went off and drained six-of-eight 3s and scored a season-high 20 points in Phoenix’s 119-112 victory. He had four rebounds, three
On Thursday, the Phoenix Suns continued their hot play with a 114-99 victory over the Indiana Pacers. Jevon Carter played 21 minutes. The Maywood, Illinois native scored three points. He continued his stellar defensive play, recording three defensive boards and one steal. Carter dished out two assists.