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March 24, 2008 at 9:05 PM

Valparaiso drubbed

Valparaiso didn’t exactly help the perception of the Huskies any tonight.
Instead, in their first game after beating the Huskies in Seattle last Wednesday the Crusaders were hammered tonight at Houston in the second round of the CBI, 91-67.
Houston hit 16-36 three-pointers while Valpo made just 7-23.
The Valpo blog from the Gary Post-Tribune reports that Crusaders coach Homer Drew said the positive experience at UW would outweigh the blasting at Houston.
The Huskies, meanwhile, can console themselves with the thought that they remain the last team to have beaten UCLA.
SONICS LOOKED AT CONROY: The Sonics apparently considered former Husky Will Conroy before they signed Eddie Gill to a 10-day contract to fill in at point guard. Apparently there might have been some complications with Conroy’s Italian League contract that got in the way.
Conroy has been lighting up the NBA D-League since returning from Italy, averaging 18 points, 10.4 assists andn 4.7 rebounds.

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