But in a game that relies so much on team chemistry and cohesion, Humphrey has precious little time to build relationships with his new teammates.
Thus, even the oft-disorganized play of the Pittsburgh Pro-Am League games at Greentree proved beneficial -- at least when WVU players were making the drive from Morgantown to participate, as they have missed the last few sessions.
"I like these guys," Humphrey said after a game earlier this month. "These guys like me. We don't have problems. Everybody knows, from the coaching staff to the managers, why I'm here. I understand what they do and how they do things, and we jel."
Humprhey broke down his own style of play and discussed the process that led him to Morgantown in the following interview: