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January 30, 2007 at 3:41 PM

Huskies getting healthy

Sounds as if health may soon stop being a factor for the Huskies.
UW coach Lorenzo Romar playfully raised his arms in triumph today when asked about his team’s health, saying that the Huskies finally seem to be getting close to 100 percent.
Everyone was able to practice Monday for the first time in a while, with the Huskies even having an extra player as a sub.
Most notably, Spencer Hawes said he’s getting close to where he was before he caught a stomach virus, then sprained his ankle. Reports where his Monday practice was the best he has looked in quite a while.
“I’m just feeling more energy,” Hawes said. “There’s a hop in my step, kind of.”
To reiterate on TV for the ASU game, there isn’t any of any kind anywhere, so this won’t be a game you will be able to see. However, every other UW game is skedded to be on TV somewhere in some fashion, with almost all likely available in the Seattle area.

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