The record may not show it, but West Virginia has gotten better since its season-opener at Gonzaga,…
Lost In Transition
Over the past few seasons, Huggins has set the goal of getting the ball upcourt quickly off defensive rebounds and steals, in order to get uncontested shots and buttress his team's scoring totals. Many of his WVU squads have had difficulty in shooting the ball and scoring consistently, and the easiest way to fix that shortcoming is to get easy buckets out in front of the defense. (Of course, getting better shooters is another remedy, but so far West Virginia hasn't been able to get enough of those either.) Early in Huggs' tenure, WVU couldn't run because it didn't have the personnel. It lacked bigger players to grab rebounds and start fast breaks, and it also didn't have enough guards with the ability to push the ball upcourt while keeping control of it. Running with some of those...
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