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Husky Men's Basketball

The latest news and analysis on Husky men's hoops.

November 18, 2007 at 2:29 PM

Eastern game thread

OLIVER HAS SPRAINED MCL — Adrian Oliver said he sprained his MCL in a knee and also hurt some tendons in his hamstring taking a charge against Utah so that’s why he was out today.
HUSKIES WIN 82-68 — I’ll have more on the game later but UW has won this one 82-68. Oliver must obviously have been sick since he didn’t play.
UW WAY AHEAD AT HALF — This isn’t a real work of art but after a slow start the Huskies are pulling away, ahead 45-27. Brockman has 14 on 7-8 shooting, picking up where he left off against Utah. Justin Dentmon continues to look comfortable in his new role with nine points and four assists.
So far, all have played except Adrian Oliver and Artem Wallace. Wallace, obviously, appears to be buried deep in the rotation right now. Wallace, by the way, is fine. When asked about him the other day Lorenzo Romar simply said other players were ahead of him in the rotation right now.
I’d expect both to get some minutes in the second half.
BTW — I see Tre Simmons sitting courtside with the Romar family. Assuming he must be home from Israel after the incident of last week.
PRE GAME — At the arena where it is about a half-hour until the Huskies tip off against Eastern Washington.
Here’s the preview story I wrote for today’s game, focusing on Lorenzo Romar saying that the Huskies won’t be overlooking the Eagles even with the NIT on tap.
I welcome you to chime in here with your thoughts as the game progresses. I’ll try to check in periodically, but may not be able to as often as usual.

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