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Husky Men's Basketball

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

February 1, 2008 at 8:45 AM

On Brockman and Thomas

These items were supposed to be part of our on-line notes package this morning, but for some reason weren’t posted, so I’ll put them here:
THE FIRST concerns the groin injury to Jon Brockman, which none of us knew about until he mentioned it after the game.
“It’s pretty sore,” he said. “It definitely limits everything that I’m doing. But that’s the season. You’ve got to play through stuff.”
Brockman played 34 minutes against Stanford and is expected to be ready to go against Cal. We’ll try to find out more at practice today about it.
IT IN THE HOUSE: Isaiah Thomas, the former Curtis High guard who has signed to play at UW next year, attended the game and sat behind the Husky bench, arriving late in the first half.
Thomas is now attending South Kent (Ct.) Prep School, which is on a brief winter break — he said he’s here until Monday.
Thomas, who the Huskies originally planned to come in this year before he was forced to spend an extra year at South Kent due to academic difficulties, still needs a qualifying test score to become eligible next season.
But he said he’s feeling optimistic after taking the test again last Saturday.
“I think it went well,’ he said. “I’e been studying hard. My grades are good.”
Thomas said he hopes to know the results in 2-3 weeks.
South Kent is 13-10 for the season with Thomas averaging 28 points and seven assists.
ALSO, here is the story on the Stanford game.

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