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.
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.
UW Huskies hoops blogger K-Shell tells us the Washington Huskies possible greatest player Brandon Roy is going to be missed by the Washington Huskies and Portland Trail Blazers fans as well as fans of good people. When Roy came to UW it marked a change in culture as he was the first big time recruit to stay home.
UW Huskies hoops blogger K-Shell tells us the Washington Huskies basketball future at the guard position looks bright. Lorenzo Romar has recruited another bunch of talented young kids to play together. Tony Wroten Jr, Abdul gaddy, Scott Suggs, Terrence Ross all look to have careers like Brandon Roy, and Nate Robinson.
Senior writer Matt Larkin points out University of Washington Huskies hoops freshman and phenom Tony Wroten Jr. had arthroscopic surgery on his knee this week. But Coach Lorenzo Romar appeared on Seattle sports radio station 950 KJR today and squelched any rumors that may be out there with regards to Wroten’s 2011 playing status.
UW beat blogger KShell informs us that the Washington Huskies mens basketball team recently found out captain Scott Suggs will be missing 8-12 weeks due to a broken foot. Washington Huskies basketball season is just around the corner, and the team will miss Suggs but this shouldn’t cost them too much. Abdul Gaddy, C.J. Wilcox, and Terrence Ross will step up.
Matt Larkin goes inside current NBA hoops player and Oklahoma City Thunder guard Nate Robinson. His career started in the Northwest playing his high-school ball at Rainier Beach High School in Seattle, then attending the University of Washington. He’s played on the Boston Celtics and the New York Knicks as well.
Steve Lee our North west hoops guru points out with Isaiah Thomas and Matthew Bryan-Amaning departing, the door is open for for Washington Huskies Tony Wroten Jr. and Terrence Ross to step up and continue the three year NCAA March Madness streak that the Huskies are riding. Is there a National Championship in their future?