Huskies insider Brandon Choate brings us his Love em & Hate em from the Washington Huskies loss to Oregon State in the Pac-12 tournament. He loves Tony Wroten, but hates him at the same time. He also loves Lorenzo Romar and the comeback the team made against Oregon State. He hates the team’s inability to shoot free throws and the amount of fouls between Abdul Gaddy, Aziz N’Diaye, Terrence Ross and Darnell Gant.
Husky insider Brandon Choate brings us news today of the Pac-12 season awards. Tony Wroten, Terrence Ross, CJ Wilcox, Aziz N’Diaye, and Lorenzo Romar all took home awards from the 2011-2012 Pac-12 season. Freshman of the Year, Coach of the Year, All-Conference Team and All-Defense team awards had Husky names on them.
Washington Huskies insider Brandon Choate brings us news today of another title for UW. With Stanford beating Cal today in Pac-12 hoops action, Washington clinched the outright Pac-12 season title. Behind the strong play of Tony Wroten, Terrence Ross, CJ Wilcox and Aziz N’Diaye, the Huskies go into the conference tournament with the momentum of winning 13 of their last 16 games.
NWSB insider Clinton Bell brings us his top 5 things the Huskies need to do to win the Pac-12 tournament this year. With the Huskies retaining the top spot in the conference going into their final 2 games, if they hold on, they will find themselves in a favorable matchup after a first round tourney bye. C.J. Wilcox, Terrence Ross, Tony Wroten must come up big down the stretch to get UW into the Tournament.
Washington Huskies insider Brandon Choate brings you a comparison of great magnitude from the UW Hoops program. With the debate ongoing about whether current Dawgs Tony Wroten and Terrence Ross will go pro after the conclusion of this season, he brings comparison to two ex-Huskies who were in similar situations. Detlef Schrempf and Nate Robinson were both chosen in the first round of the NBA Draft.
NWSB insider Brandon Choate brings us his favorite Northwest college basketball players who you could see in an NBA uniform next season. All Northwest Division 1 schools are represented on this list: Washington, Washington State, Oregon, Oregon State, Gonzaga, Seattle U. Players include Tony Wroten, Jared Cunningham, Devoe Joseph and Kevin Pangos, just to name a few.
Washington Huskies blogger Clinton Bell tells us freshman phenom Tony Wroten will return in 2012 for his sophmore season at the UW. Does Lorenzo Romar get his wish? He is becoming an all around style player as it is, the upswing of this kid is pretty remarkable. He brings you five reasons why he thinks he will return for his sophomore season and beyond.
Huskies insider Brandon Choate brings us a recap of Saturday’s BIG hoops matchup between the Washington Huskies and the Arizona Wildcats. The Pac-12 is wide open and the Huskies were looking to step up and take the lead…and they did. Behind Tony Wroten, Terrence Ross, Aziz N’Diaye and CJ Wilcox, the Huskies defeated Arizona in a primetime game.
Northwest basketball blogger Steve Lee tells us after three snow slogged days in the Seattle area, which caused a number of traffic nightmares and kept people indoors, the 9,800 fans that crammed into the Alaska Airlines Arena, which was the Huskies biggest crowd of the season. Darnell Gant outscored the entire Cardinal reverses 17-11. Tony Wroten and Austin Seferian-Jenkins propelled the team to victory
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.
Husky insider Brandon Choate brings us a preview of a big-time Pac-12 hoops matchup in the state of Washington. It’s rivalry week and Washington faces Washington State at home in their first meeting of the season. Last year, Isaiah Thomas and Klay Thompson held court, but this year Tony Wroten and Brock Modum look to fill both of their shoes.
Washington Huskies basketball blogger Clinton Bell weighs in on the UW Huskies play after an embarrassing 87-69 loss at the hands of the University of Colorado Buffaloes on Thursday night, dropping them to 8-6 (2-1), He has compiled a list of the top five things wrong with the Huskies going into their second weekend of Pac-12 play.