Just 24 hours after Pitt announced that No. 3 scorer Xavier Johnson has left the program, the Panthers said No. 2 scorer Au'Diese Toney also would be entering the transfer portal.
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Pittsburgh junior Xavier Johnson will enter the transfer portal immediately, marking a surprise end to the point guard's three-year stint with the Panthers.
- No. 2 scorer Toney also to leave Pitt program
- Surprise exit: Pitt's Johnson enters transfer portal
- Va. Tech-FSU among 3 ACC games postponed
- Louisville postpones games vs. Syracuse, Virginia
— Raiquan Gray had 16 points and eight rebounds, and No. 16 Florida State beat Pittsburgh 79-72 on Saturday for its third straight win.
— Jericole Hellems scored 17 points, D.J. Funderburk had 16 points and eight rebounds, and North Carolina State beat Pittsburgh 74-73 on Wednesday.
No. 18 Virginia Tech's trip to No. 16 Florida State is among three more ACC games that have been postponed, the league announced Wednesday.
— Moses Wright scored 24 points, making four of five shots in the second half as Georgia Tech held off Pitt 71-65 on Sunday.
Sam Hauser scored 10 of his 23 points during a key second-half stretch, and No. 14 Virginia pulled away from Pittsburgh for a 73-65 victory on Saturday.
— Xavier Johnson scored a career-high 32 points and Pittsburgh beat No. 16 Virginia Tech 83-72 on Wednesday night to end a three-game skid.
Louisville had to postpone games against Syracuse and No. 14 Virginia after a positive COVID-19 test, quarantining and contact tracing within the Cardinals' program.
COVID-19 issues have forced the Seminoles' games against Boston College (Feb. 2), Pittsburgh (Feb. 6) and Virginia Tech (Feb. 9) to be postponed.
Michigan's Hunter Dickinson, Pittsburgh's Justin Champagnie and Houston's Quentin Grimes have been added to the Wooden Award watch list.
— Cormac Ryan matched a career high with 19 points, Prentiss Hubb added 17, and the duo combined for 10 3-pointers as Notre Dame routed Pittsburgh 84-58 on Saturday night.
— Armando Bacot scored a season-high 21 points and had 10 rebounds to lead North Carolina to a 75-65 victory over Pittsburgh on Tuesday night.
— Ismael Massoud had a career-high 31 points and made 8 of 10 from 3-point range, Wake Forest coach Steve Forbes earned the first ACC win of his coaching career, and the Demon Deacons beat Pittsburgh 76-75 on Saturday.
— Justin Champagnie tied a career-high 31 points on 12-for-15 shooting and grabbed 14 rebounds, and Pittsburgh held off Duke for a 79-73 win on Tuesday night.