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November 7, 2006 at 8:53 AM

Thomas in trouble?

Letter-of-intent signing day is Wednesday and the Huskies are expected to get at least three.
But the academic situation of Curtis High School guard Isaiah Thomas is in some question, for this season and beyond.
There have been rumblings for months that that is why the Huskies have appeared to be signing more players than they have scholarships for.
Curtis coach Lindsey Bemis said “whether he makes it or not, we will know next week.”
Bemis said grades for the current quarter will be posted Tuesday, at which time it will be known if Thomas is eligible. Curtis’ practice starts Monday.
Thomas is scheduled to have a meeting with Curtis High officials today to determine whether he will hold a letter-of-intent ceremony at the school on Wednesday.
UW’s other letters-of-intent are scheduled to come from forward Justin Holiday of
North Hollywood, Calif., and forward Matthew Bryan-Amaning of South Kent, Conn.

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