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Husky Men's Basketball

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

December 7, 2005 at 7:07 PM

A quick update

The Huskies had Wednesday off so there is no new news from practice. They will practice here Thursday and then leave for Anaheim, where they will workout Friday and then play New Mexico on Saturday.
Had a few people ask about some health-related issues so I’ll update what there is.
Mike Jensen – Still on track to return for the original target date of Dec. 23 against Lehigh. But Jensen says he wants to return in time for a Dec. 16 game against Eastern Washington. Either way, he should have a game or two and a full two weeks of practice under his belt before the beginning of Pac-10 play, which is what’s most important.
Zach Johnson – Still recovering from knee surgery and still uncertain if or when he will return to the court.
Harvey Perry – Nothing new from last time. Nearing the end of a four-week rest period and then he will begin a 6-8-week rehab. Sometime during that rehab period it will probably be decided if he will play this season.
ALUMNI UPDATE
Nate’ Robinsons return last night was obviously fun to watch.
And that led to the inevitable question of what the other departees from last year’s team are doing.
Will Conroy is with Tulsa in the NBA Developmental League. He’s averaging 10.1 points a game and 2.3 assists per game and had one of his best games Sunday night with 14 points, seven assists in 27 minutes as Tulsa beat Fayetteville 91-85. But only 1,140 showed up, which may be why Will told Brandon Roy the other day he misses the UW crowd.
Tre Simmons is still recovering from tendinitis in his knee and will probably head overseas to play next month.
Hakeem Rollins is still finishing up his degree – he sat behind the bench for the Gonzaga game – and still has designs on playing professionally somewhere once that’s done. I’ve seen him working out at Hec Ed before UW practices.
Here’s a link found interesting. It’s a story Wednesday from the Corvallis Gazette-Times about Jack McGillis, the player who was going to walk-on at Washington until Oregon State offered a scholarship. Sounds like UW knew what it was going in trying to get him on board.
The Fresno Bee also had an item about Husky signee Quincy Pondexter being named MVP of a recent tournament. The upshot is that he scored 18 points to lead San Joaquin Memorial High to a win over Clovis in the BCW Tournament on Saturday.

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