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July 14, 2006 at 11:20 AM

Summer league happenings

We’re still kind of in the summer mode here ourself at the blog, but we just can’t resist throwing in a few items here with so much Husky news going on.
For today, here’s an update on how former Huskies are doing in summer leagues (We promise soon to provide some updates on the new Huskies working out at Hec Ed daily).
As we all might have expected, Brandon Roy tore it up for the Blazers in the Las Vegas League. Here’s a glowing report from the Oregonian.
Here, also, are Brandon’s stats, as well as those for Martell Webster.
Jamaal Williams played for Golden State’s summer league team and turned in a big game with 27 points against Toronto. The consensus still seems to be that his size means his best bet is going to be playing overseas. But outings like that obviously can’t hurt.
Here are the stats for Phoenix’s summer league team, which list Tre Simmons on the roster.
But as the those stats indicate, Tre didn’t play in any games for the Suns as he was cut before the summer league started. Word is he has tryouts scheduled for the Knicks and Sonics — Seattle also cut him a year ago — and possibly Toronto.
One interesting Pac-10 name on the Phoenix roster is that of former Cougar Jeff Varem.
Bobby Jones will play his first game tonight for Philadelphia in the Rocky Mountain Revue in Salt Lake …quot; interestingly, against the hometown Sonics.
Here’s Philly’s roster and schedule.
Finally, Mike Jensen had a workout for some overseas leagues a couple of weeks ago but hasn’t yet decided what he will do.

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