As a group, Virginia Cavaliers’ Ty Jerome, De’Andre Hunter, and Kyle Guy will probably be one of the greatest trio Wahoo fans will get to witness in their lifetimes. That explains why all three of them have left UVA early to pursue the NBA Draft—and why all three have a pretty good chance at getting drafted.
When Jerome saw this tweet from Twitter user @mickeycloud, he couldn’t help but tag both Hunter and Guy as well.
The tweet touts the stat that over the past two years when playing together, Virginia has gone an incredible 66-6 with two ACC regular season titles, an ACC Tournament title, and of course, a national championship. No matter how you slice it, that’s a pretty epic couple of years. Well, except for that one game...which Hunter doesn’t want you to forget.
Nah I went 66-5. One of those games I didn’t lose https://t.co/XMkifx8muA— De'Andre Hunter (@drehunter_) June 11, 2019
Hunter tweeted, “Nah I went 66-5. One of those games I didn’t lose ”.
Yeah, in case you’re still trying to figure that one out, it’s the loss to UMBC, when Hunter was recovering from a wrist injury.
Jerome clapped back:
See humility didn’t rub off on you during your short stop in Cville https://t.co/zWJfbHNh2e— ty Jerome (@tyjerome_) June 12, 2019
“See humility didn’t rub off on you during your short stop in Cville ”, the tweet says.
Humility is the first of Tony Bennett’s five pillars of success: humility, passion, unity, servanthood and thankfulness.
Four pillars of success.
The NBA Draft is right around the corner on June 20—stay tuned to track how our three heroes fare!