Oscar Chippoy from West Virginia sits outside for personal reasons

Second year in West Virginia Oscar Chippoy On Friday morning, the school announced that it was leaving the Mountaineers program for personal reasons.

“Oscar has our full support and we certainly wish him all the best during this time,” said Oscar coach Bob Huggins.

There have been rumors that the Tshiebwe might move, and although West Virginia’s statement does not specify his next move, it is clear that he will not be available to Mountaineers in the near future. Chiboy’s numbers have decreased since last season, but this is still a big loss for the No. 9 West Virginia seed.

Chibuy, a man from the Congo at 6 feet 9 feet, was one of the best rookies in the country last season, with an average of 11.2 points and 9.3 rebounds. He announced that he would enter The NBA Project After the season, he withdrew his name and returned to Morgantown.

He averaged 8.5 points and 7.8 rebounds this season, and his minutes have dropped below 20 points per game. Against Kansas late last month, Chiboy played just 18 minutes, totaling three points and five boards. Still showing the ability to dominate the paint, he scored 11 points and 16 rebounds against VCU in November and 14 points and nine rebounds in 21 minutes against Gonzaga in December.

Tshiebwe, one of the 50 ex-recruits in the 2019 category, was an expected pick in the second round of ESPN’s 2021 mock draft last summer, but has since slipped out of the top 100.

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