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November 7, 2006 at 7:28 PM

Thomas update

A quick update on letter-of-intent signing day tomorrow.
Isaiah Thomas apparently won’t be signing tomorrow and likely won’t sign until the spring period, if then.
It all apparently hinges on his academics. It sounds as if he still wants to go to Washington but the academics have to be worked out first.
The Huskies should get letters tomorrow (Wednesday) from Justin Holiday and Matthew Bryan-Amaning.
And they are still waiting to hear from Darnell Gant, who is said to be considering Oregon and Nevada as well.
For those of you watching scholarships, it all works out a little better now assuming Thomas may not show up next year.
UW has 12 players on scholarship for next year. But assume Spencer Hawes leaves early, which is still the conventional wisdom. With the two who will sign tomorrow, UW would be at the allowable 13 if Hawes leaves.
If Gant signs, something else has to happen. But as UW coaches always say, they don’t sign someone without knowing that they’ll have the scholarship to offer.

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