Briante Weber

Briante WeberPosition: Guard
Year: Senior
Height: 6-3
Weight: 160
Hometown: Chesapeake, VA (Great Bridge)

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Opposing fans chant/wonder “Where is Shaka?” - Where is Shaka? Apparently both Richmond and Davidson fans want to know, both having chanted that very question in what ended up as two home losses for the two at the hands of Will Wade and his VCU Rams. A simple Google search would answer that question for them anyway. Shaka Smart is in Austin,
Briante Weber to make basketball return tonight in D-League appearance - It’s been almost a year since Briante Weber has stepped on the court in an organized game of basketball. On January 7 of last season Weber went up for a jump shot in the second half of a game against Richmond, only to see his ACL and MCL fail him upon his return to the floor,
Pregame goodness: Power rankings, Treveon Highlights, recruiting updates and more [INSIDER] - No home games this week but two great opportunities to pick up road wins while extending VCU’s winning streak to hopefully six games and an 11-5 record. It won’t be easy but the Rams appear to be trending in the direction needed to pick up those tough conference wins. We’re about four hours until VCU v
The morning after: Coming to grips with .500 and the great player difference [INSIDER] - Let’s waste no time getting to the hard fact: VCU is 5-5, the Rams worst start since the 2005 season. That season the black and gold were coming off their first NCAA tournament bid in eight years before stumbling out of the gates to a 4-6 non-conference finish that season, with three close losses to
Graham, Weber, Reddic earn D-League spots - Three recent VCU graduates will look to become the next Troy Daniels, opting for an NBA D-League path to “THE League” instead of playing professionally overseas this year. 2015 grads Treveon Graham and Briante Weber were both acquired to their new teams via their NBA affiliate. Graham initially signed a contract with the NBA’s Utah
Weber signs with Miami Heat - Briante Weber is officially a member of the Miami Heat. The former VCU point guard signed a deal with the Heat as they officially announced the waiving of guard Corey Hawkins today, making room for the defensive standout who’s college career ended prematurely due to a torn ACL and MCL just over eight months ago.
Why I believe - There have been a few articles popping up here and there in the lead-up to this upcoming hoops season on what will become of the VCU basketball program in a post-Shaka era.  NBC’s Rob Dauster and I even got into a solid Twitter exchange over a recent Terrance Payne NBC Sports article describing VCU as
Weber to meet with Pacers as he battles back from injury - Less than seven months ago Briante Weber saw his college career end after suffering a torn ACL and MCL late in a game against Richmond. Watching the tenacity with which he played his college ball prior to going down that fateful night should make it no surprise that Weber’s pro journey may be beginning sooner
Video: Briante Weber cam – Graduation Edition - Briante Weber was something else. There are the obvious things like a VCU record 374 steals, three A-10 Defensive Player of the Year Awards and the fact he led the country in steals percentage in all four of his seasons as a D1 college basketball player (the only person ever to do so). But as
Where Havoc Really Lives - There has been a ton of talk about the word ‘havoc’ following Shaka Smart’s departure to Texas, talk that appears to be cooling down now that the University of Texas has withdrawn its applications to patent the phrases “HORNS HAVOC” and “HOUSE OF HAVOC”. VCU proclaims “havoc lives here” while some folks believe it belongs

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