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Husky Men's Basketball

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

November 22, 2007 at 11:03 AM

A few links

Here’s our coverage of the game last night courtesy of Steve Kelley, who says that Jon Brockman has to get more help.
Here’s a Newsday story on the Husky game saying that defense was the key for the Aggies; here’s the AP account with much the same theme; and here’s a good overview of the whole tournament from The New York Times.
Once again, a Husky team will face a Syrcause team this season on a Friday on ESPN. UW fans have to hope this turns out as well as the football game did well.
Here’s a good look at what happened to Syracuse last night from our old friends Syracuse.com, who we linked a lot prior to the football game.
You see that the general theme is that the Orange is a young, inexperienced and building team. Here’s a good season overview of Syracuse here. I’m thinking the matchup of Syracuse forward Donte Green and Brockman will be worth the price of admission. I’m also intrigued to see how UW matches up with Paul Harris, a 6-5 guard averaging 11.8 rebounds a game.
Here are Syracuse’s team stats and one thing that jumps out is that the Orange is averaging 17.3 turnovers a game so far. The Huskies are losing 17 per game themselves so the difference could be which team can keep that in check.
As I wrote on the football wrote, this may be it here for today as we celebrate Thanksgiving. But I’d like take the occasion of the holiday to thank everyone who contributes to this blog, be it as an avid poster or just a regular reader. This has become one of the more popular blogs at The Seattle Times and it wouldn’t be possible without you and your interest in the Huskies.

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