December 9, 2008
It's Stephen Curry at Jimmy V
MORGANTOWN-West Virginia enters the Jimmy V Classic playing its third game in six days as Madison Square Garden will host the Mountaineers (6-1) and No. 21 Davidson Wildcats (6-1), Tuesday. Coming off a sluggish, 54-43 win against Cleveland State, head coach Bob Huggins now must scheme for NCAA leading scorer Stephen Curry.
"They really run their offense well," said Huggins Monday. "Curry is a great, great player. I'm really impressed with the way they run the ball."
JIMMY V CLASSIC
WVU vs. Davidson, 7 p.m. ET
Curry, a junior guard and son of former Virginia Tech sharpshooter Dell Curry, scores at a 31.3 points-per-game clip. He took over point guard duties after three Wildcats graduated following their Elite Eight run in the NCAA tournament.
"We're just going to do what we do," Huggins said. "Extend the passing lanes a little further and make them take hard shots."
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