NWSB Insider and University of Washington Blogger Erin Acacio breaks down why every UW fan should attend the 2013 Alumni event. Among the reasons are an All-Star-type atmosphere, a three-point contest, a dunk contest and a number of returning superstars. Those expected to be in attendance are Brandon Roy, Nate Robinson, Terrence Rosee, Spencer Hawes and more. Tickets are cheap, so all true UW fans should check this event out.
NWSB insider Jason Green brings us his 5 BIG reasons the University of Washington Huskies lost to the UCLA Bruins Saturday, March 3. Players like Darnell Gant, Terrence Ross and CJ Wilcox couldn’t step up in the second half of the game after coming out ahead in the first half. They were also terrible from the free throw and 3-point lines.
Washington Huskies blogger Clinton Bell tells us the core of Darnell Gant, Tony Wroten, and Terrence Ross have shown that they don’t need one go to guy, that all three of them can take over a game, just like they did versus the Stanford Cardinal on Saturday. And add a healthy C.J. Wilcox, and Abdul Gaddy to the mix, and you’ve got a nice starting five.
Clinton Bell one of our Washington Huskies bloggers tells us If the Dawgs ever need to dip into the PAST to grab players for their future the five guys he’d call upon would be. Nate Robinson, Brandon Roy, Spencer Hawes, Isaiah Thomas and Detlef Schrempf. He does have faith though with the likes of Tony Wroten, C.J. Wilcox, and Terrence Ross, the Huskies can be unstoppable!
Managing Editor Q recaps the Washington Huskies vs. Washington St. Cougars hoops matchup from Sunday. Washington State (9-8, 1-4 Pac-12) saw forward Brock Motum hit all five of his first-half shots to lead the Cougars to a 31-25 lead at the break. Tony Wroten only had 13 points for UW, C.J. Wilcox was out, and Darnell Gant had 13. Terrence Ross was the star on Sunday with 30 points and 14 rebounds.
Steve Lee weighs in with the good, the bad, and the ugly last night on the 79-77 Washington Huskies loss to the Marquette Golden Eagles last night in NYC. Jae Crowder’s 3-pointer with 6.3 seconds remaining lifted to a wild victory over Washington at the Jimmy V Classic in New York. Terrence Ross led the Huskies in defeat with 19 points.