Morgantown, West Virginia – Former West Virginia Mountaineers forward Oscar Tshiebwe quit on his team last year in the middle of the season and transferred to Kentucky.
Tomorrow, Tshiebwe will return to West Virginia for what’s being dubbed a “meet and greet opportunity” to meet a “future NBA player.”
Although the details about this event are sketchy, Tshiebwe will likely sign autographs and take pictures with fans.
With that said, does Oscar Tshiebwe have any fans in the state of West Virginia any longer, or do most West Virginians view him as a traitor and quitter?
Tshiebwe, an All Big 12 Conference Second Team member two years ago (averaging 11.2 points and 9.3 rebounds per game), started last season out of shape and struggled to regain form, averaging 8.5 points and 7.8 rebounds before leaving the team.
The event will take place tomorrow, August 7th, at the Shawnee Sports Complex in Dunbar, West Virginia.
🏀👀 MEET AND GREET OPPORTUNITY! 👀🏀
University of Kentucky Wildcats, Oscar Tshiebwe, will be at Shawnee Sports Complex TOMORROW, Saturday, August 7th at noon. This is your chance to meet a future NBA player at Shawnee’s basketball courts! pic.twitter.com/OJ8sAxqkKt
— Shawnee Sports Complex (@ShawneeComplex) August 6, 2021