LSU has endured their share of trials and tribulations, from the death of teammate Wayde Sims to the suspension of coach Will Wade and guard Javonte Smart. The Tigers’ travails have brought them together and they feel that unity was on display in their 79-74 win over Yale.
The LSU men’s basketball team is heading to Nashville, Tennessee as the No. 1 seed in the SEC tournament Wednesday, still unsure what will happen to star freshman guard Javonte Smart and head coach Will Wade.
In their first post-game interviews since the alleged off-court antics of Tigers head coach Will Wade cast a spotlight on the team’s recruiting practices, LSU basketball players and members of the coaching staff said little.
There’s mixed reaction on LSU’s campus in the wake of the Will Wade controversy. But Friday night, the majority of fans and students we spoke with are heartbroken over the news that Wade has been suspended indefinitely.
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron announced his choice for the next Tiger to have the honor of wearing No. 7. He has chosen safety Grant Delpit, a unanimous All-American in 2018, to don the famous number for his junior season.
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts announced Monday the five finalists for the 2019 Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year Award and in that five is LSU sophomore Tremont Waters.