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March 22, 2007 at 8:27 PM

Ex-Huskies lead teams in scoring

Thanks to reader Mallory for pointing this out while I was engrossed in watching the tournament — Brandon Roy led the Blazers in scoring tonight in Portland’s 92-86 win over the Knicks with 24 points while Nate Robinson led New York with 31.
Here’s the box score.
And the obvious question is whether it has ever happened before that Huskies led their respective teams in scoring in the same game.
I honestly have no idea, and there are only a few pairings where it really would have been realistic to have happened — James Edwards against Detlef Schrempf, maybe? Steve Hawes vs. Louie Nelson?
If you think you know whether this has ever happened before, I’d love to hear it.
By the way, word is that Isaiah Thomas — home for a few days on spring break —- was at UW today playing some pickup basketball with Venoy Overton, among others.

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