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April 3, 2007 at 4:20 PM

SI writer says Hawes should stay, will go

As part of their day-after coverage of the NCAA Tournament, SI.com has a story speculating on what underclassmen should do, and will do, concerning the NBA.
Author B.J. Schecter posits that Spencer Hawes should stay because he could be a top five pick with another year’s experience, but concludes that Hawes is likely to go.
He also ruminates on several other Pac-10 players, the most interesting of which is speculating that Oregon’s Malik Hairston will go. That doesn’t seem to be the conventional wisdom in Eugene, where most of the stuff I’ve seen has indicated he’s likely staying.
There’s also this story from Luke Winn, speculating on a possible pre-season ranking for next season, with UCLA at No. 2. He lists six Pac-10 teams in all, with no mention of the Huskies, which I guess could be looked at as saying he doesn’t think UW will be any better than at least No. 7 in the conference next season.

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