WVU’s New Starting Point Guard Arrives in Morgantown

Morgantown, West Virginia – With Miles McBride revealing that he will remain in the 2021 NBA Draft and not return for his junior year at West Virginia, Malik Curry, a transfer guard from Old Dominion, will now have huge expectations as the Mountaineers’ next starting point guard.

Malik Curry, a 6’1 graduate transfer, will have one year to eligibility remaining, and it’s going to be a very important one for the Mountaineers.  While the team is loaded with talent, point guard is an area of concern with little depth.  Curry will be counted on to shoulder a huge load at the position.

Curry averaged 15.7 points, 3.6 assists and 3.4 rebounds per game last season and was a second team Conference USA Selection.

Welcome Home, Malik!  Can’t wait to see you in the old gold and blue!

Via Malik Curry’s Instagram

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