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February 5, 2008 at 2:51 PM

A blast from the past

With Washington’s season at a seeming crossroads, a reminder of better times returned today to help out today.
Jamaal Williams, a member of the Sweet 16 teams of 2005 and 2006, is in town for a few days and was at Hec Ed today to work out with the team at today’s practice.
In truth, it didn’t sound like Williams planned on imparting much advice to the current team. He was instead just mostly looking for a little run to keep him in shape in between stints overseas.
“I’m just trying to get out there a little bit,” he said, pointing to the court. “I think I can hold my own.”
Williams said he had recently returned from playing in Argentina and is waiting on a call for a deal to play in the Dominican Republic.
Since leaving UW he said he has also played in France, Italy and the Philippines.
Asked what he thought of the current team he said “they play at a little different pace than we did.”

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