One of the best shot blockers in WVU history will dip his toes into the NBA Draft process to see how warm the water is.
Where are They Now Wednesday: A look at the 2010 Mountaineer team that beat Kentucky in the Elite Eight
As WVU prepares to take on the Kentucky Wildcats tomorrow, the game bears many similarities to another game against Kentucky where WVU went against …
WVUPros on the Hardwood Report: Alexander contributes to a big win for Tel-Aviv, Dan Jennings dominates
The WVUPros Hardwood Report for the first week of February features Joe Alexander and Maccabi Electra Tel-Aviv picking up a huge win over Real …
This week’s Hardwood Report features updates from Mountaineers in Germany, France, Russia, Poland, Mexico, the Czech Republic and the UK as we follow the WVUPros men around the globe.
In this edition of the Hardwood Report, we tell you about different Mountaineers who led their teams to wins over the past couple of days, including Joe Alexander, Devin Ebanks and Darryl Truck Bryant.
With Christmas and the New Year’s holidays, many of your favorite Mountaineers of the past returned to our hemisphere for winter break. This past week, Da’Sean Butler, John Flowers and Alex Ruoff did not play. Joe Alexander and Deniz Kilicli were held out of their respective games. A quartet of WVUPros were in action, however.
This week we look at the various Mountaineers in action over New Year’s, starting with Devin Ebanks asserting himself and becoming a leader on his new team in Mexico.