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Husky Men's Basketball

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

March 2, 2008 at 10:25 PM

Sunday p.m. notes

After the completion of this week’s games the Huskies are in eighth place, seemingly headed for a rematch with Cal, the team they beat in Berkeley Saturday, in the first round of the Pac-10 Tournament next week.
Here’s a bracket for the tournament and as you can see, the winner of the 8-9 game plays the top seed the next afternoon, which at the moment would mean a game against UCLA.
The Huskies hold the tiebreaker on Cal due to the win over UCLA, but should the teams finish eighth and ninth, it really won’t matter.
— Here are the latest NCAA statistics, and the Huskies are 328 out of 328 teams in the country in free throw shooting. Yep, dead last.
— Here are a couple of different stories on what was a tough day for UW recruit Tyreese Breshers Saturday in the California Southern Section Div. III-A title game. Breshers went 1-8 and scored four points as his Price High team lost to UCLA recruit Jrue Holiday and Campbell Hall 73-38. First is this from the LA Daily News, including a quote from Breshers. And here’s a blog item from the LA Times that says Breshers was dominant early Here’s a picture of Breshers trying to block a shot by Holiday, who is the younger brother of UW’s Justin Holiday. And here’s Breshers getting his shot blocked by Holiday.

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