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The Virginia Tech Hokies basketball program has to be feeling proud to see its recent collegiate stars fulfilling their dreams as professional basketball players. Three players, Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Justin Robinson and Ahmed Hill have now all signed contracts with NBA teams before the s…

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Whether you’re packing into Lane Stadium with 66,000 other Virginia Tech fans or simply walking across campus, the Maroon and Orange Effect shirts are essential items for any Hokie’s wardrobe.

Kerry Blackshear Jr.’s transfer process has been one that kept Hokie fans in the dark up until his announcement. Various rumors of Blackshear’s decision were not confirmed until June 26, when he announced he officially committed to play his last season of basketball at the University of Florida.

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Virginia Tech basketball star Kerry Blackshear Jr. is reportedly transferring to the Florida Gators next season as a graduate transfer. The former Hokie big man was arguably the most sought-after player in the transfer pool this offseason.

After two rounds and 60 picks of the NBA draft, Virginia Tech guard Ahmed Hill failed to hear his name called; however, his pro dreams are still attainable. Hill has signed an Exhibit 10 contract with the Brooklyn Nets and will join the team for the Summer League.

While he didn’t hear his name called during the NBA Draft, Justin Robinson quickly found a place to call home in the nation’s capital after agreeing to a deal with the Washington Wizards as reported by Shams Charania. The deal is a three-year contract with substantial guarantees.

Tech got its second recruit in three days, this time in 6-foot-10 center John Ojiako from Saint Petersburg, Florida, that makes him the fourth commit in the Mike Young era as reported by Rivals. Ojiako is also the third recruit in the class to reclassify from the 2020 class to the 2019 class…

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The New Orleans Pelicans selected former Virginia Tech guard Nickeil Alexander-Walker with the 17th pick of Thursday night’s 2019 NBA Draft. Alexander-Walker is the second highest draft pick in school history.

Following one of Virginia Tech’s most successful men’s basketball seasons in program history, sophomore guard Nickeil Alexander-Walker will hear his name called this Thursday in the 2019 NBA Draft. Alexander-Walker averaged 16.2 points, 4.0 assists, and 4.1 rebounds per game as he led the Ho…


Virginia Tech continues to add to its backcourt with its third commitment for the 2019–20 season in shooting guard Nahiem Alleyne as reported by 247Sports. Alleyne is the third guard to commit this offseason and the second to reclassify from the 2020 class after point guard Jalen Cone made a…

Head coach Mike Young continues to reconstruct the Virginia Tech basketball team this offseason by acquiring grad transfer Branden Johnson from Alabama State. Johnson will have two years of immediate eligibility to play for the Hokies.

Wabissa Bede’s decision to stay at Virginia Tech under new head coach Mike Young is part of a long line of acquisitions the team has made since coach Young’s introduction on April 7, yet this move feels different from the rest.

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On May 23, 2019, Virginia Tech men’s basketball guard Wabissa Bede announced that he will return to play for the Hokies next season. Bede entered the NCAA transfer portal following the departure of former head coach Buzz Williams.

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The Hokies keep winning big this offseason, with Mike Young getting his first big-time recruit with the commitment of four-star point guard Jalen Cone after he announced this Thursday that he will play at Virginia Tech next season. The highly touted prospect out of Winston-Salem, North Carol…

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Virginia Tech’s new Wofford connection in head coach Mike Young continues to pay dividends as the team has gotten a new power forward in sophomore Keve Aluma. Aluma announced his decision to transfer on his Twitter account Sunday night.

College basketball is over and it’s now NBA Mock Draft Season around the internet. This happens to be especially relevant for Virginia Tech basketball fans because there could be a player to beat the highest draft pick since Dell Curry in 1986 (15th overall) and the first Hokie drafted since…

Forward Kerry Blackshear Jr. is the latest Hokie to enter the transfer portal after the conclusion of the 2018–19 basketball season and departure of former head coach Buzz Williams. He has also entered his name in the 2019 NBA draft and will explore his options with the league while also dis…

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In what’s been a disastrous offseason for Virginia Tech basketball, with the departure of Buzz Williams leading to numerous recruits decommitting and current players entering the transfer portal, the team received a huge win as forward Landers Nolley announced his intent to stay at the schoo…

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After being selected 33rd by the Connecticut Sun in the 2019 WNBA draft, Virginia Tech redshirt senior standout Regan Magarity becomes just the fifth Hokie to be drafted into the WNBA and first since Nare Diawara was taken 34th overall by the San Antonio Stars in 2007.