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November 25, 2007 at 5:43 PM

Quick update

UW coach Lorenzo Romar briefed the media quickly today before practice, to talk about tomorrow night’s game with Long Beach State.
Romar said the team is healthy with guard Adrian Oliver continuing to recover from a knee injury suffered against Utah that limited his minutes in the NIT.
“He’s getting better,” Romar said. “His knee is getting better.”
Also getting better is guard Ryan Appleby, who has been out the past three weeks with a broken thumb.
Appleby told reporters at the NIT in New York that he hoped to be back in time for Saturday’s game at Oklahoma State.
But Romar sounded a more cautious tone saying that Appleby has to get clearance that he can return to play without fear of re-injury.
“They’ve got to feel strongly that if he gets hit again that he won’t get reinjured immediately the first time he gets hit,” Romar said, noting the initial prognosis was six weeks, which would put him at mid-December.

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