Best Virginia, a team of WVU alums, has traveled to Richmond, Virginia to play in TBT and compete for a $2 million winner-take-all prize. After winning in the first round Best Virginia has an epic challenge in front of them: Overseas Elite, who has won TBT four consecutive years.
The game will be streamed on ESPN3 at 5 p.m. on Friday. In order to watch you need an active cable or satellite subscription. You are able to log in with your cable or satellite account and watch the game. You can either get to ESPN3 here or by downloading the app for iPhone or Android. Or if you have a Samsung Smart TV, Fire Stick or Roku there is an ESPN app on those as well.
Make sure you test out your log in details and get that sorted out before gametime. You don’t want the game to tip off at 3 p.m. and not have this sorted out.
The team traveled to Richmond on Thursday. Some of the players and coaches put some very entertaining stuff on social media.
Former Mountaineer assistant coach and current Best Virginia assistant Billy Hahn was having the time of his life on the bus ride down to Richmond:
— john flowers (@jflow41) July 25, 2019
The boys are having a blast and are excited to represent the state of West Virginia along with the university one more time. Best Virginia has a stacked roster is hoping to make a deep run in this tournament.
In the first round of TBT, Best Virginia took down Seven City Royalty by a final score of 79-63. Jaysean Paige and Kevin Jones led the way with 17 points each.
Let’s go Mountaineers!
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