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Husky Men's Basketball

The latest news and analysis on Husky men's hoops.

November 7, 2005 at 5:02 PM

Some leftovers

Passing on a few notes in the wake of the opener against Simon Fraser:
• UW coaches expected Simon Fraser to present a stiffer test, but the team’s two best players didn’t play, one apparently for religious reasons because the game was on a Sunday.
• Wednesday shapes up as a big day for the Huskies as that is the first day recruits can sign letters of intent. The Huskies are expecting four, including that of Seattle Prep’s Spencer Hawes. But while the news of the commitment of the four recruits has been known for some time, after Wednesday they can officially be considered Huskies and coaches and players can talk about them. The others who will sign are guard Adrian Oliver and swingman Quincy Pondexter of California and swingman Phil Nelson of Oregon.
• It’s looking more and more like Joe Wolfinger will redshirt this season. He played just 10 minutes against Simon Fraser without scoring, though that’s not really the most relevant issue here. What is is that UW coaches might have a hard time finding Wolfinger the court time that would make it worth it for him to play this season. Mike Jensen’s recovery is apparently going as well as hoped and he could even be back a little sooner than planned. With Jensen back, the Huskies will have a bevy of front-court players with Jamaal Williams, Jon Brockman and Artem Wallace also set for major playing time this year.
• If Wolfinger does redshirt, it will mean that Hans Gasser could be called on for some meaningful minutes this year, especially while Jensen is out.

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