Sagaba Konate, West Virginia University’s most elite shot-blocker in program history, competed in the NBA’s Developmental G League Elite Camp today and all signs point to his knee problems being a non-issue now.
Konate finished with a double-double, scoring 11 points and pulling down 12 rebounds. He shot 5-14 from the field and, undoubtedly attempting to prove to NBA Scouts that he has improved his outside game, shot 1-5 from three point range.
Here is your box score from Game One at the G League Elite Camp. pic.twitter.com/fgt80qy3Mq
— Sam Vecenie (@Sam_Vecenie) May 13, 2019
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In addition to recording a double-double, Konate was all over the court and disrupted the other team defensively throughout the game. The following highlight shows Konate running the floor and coming up with the block shot:
— NBA G League (@nbagleague) May 14, 2019
Konate’s “Team 2” beat “Team 1” 77-76. The top players from today’s game will be invited to participate in the NBA Draft Combine in Chicago. Stay tuned to Mountaineer Sports for more information when it becomes available!
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