Huggins, Carter Review WVU's Bahamas Trip

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - West Virginia's competition level wasn't great during its three-game swing through the Bahamas. But the trip preparation - which included 10 practices - should set the Mountaineers up nicely when they enter the actual preseason later this year.

Here, head coach Bob Huggins, along with sophomore guard Jevon Carter, discuss the trip, including the tendency to score in bunches, the defensive toughness and pressure and other aspects that could be taken even from a sweep of double-digit victories.


Carter, below, speaks to what he learned from the experience, gives his thoughts on Esa Ahmad and discusses his leadership role and what he has taken from last season in terms of building upon an established foundation and continuing to progress individually and as a team.



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