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March 25, 2008 at 9:39 PM

Suggs honored, more

I’ll lead off a few links with the news that Husky recruit Scott Suggs was named today to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s All-Metro Team.
Here’s the link, reporting that Suggs averaged 22.5 points, nine rebounds, 2.8 blocked shots, shot 33 percent on three-pointers and maybe most importantly, 85.4 percent on free throws this season. Suggs is already academically eligible and is expected to make an immediate impact, maybe even start, for the Huskies next season.
— The Pac-10 is down to three active teams with Arizona State getting bounced out of the NIT tonight by Florida. Not sure if it means much, but ASU becomes the third Pac-10 team to lose a post-season game this year as a higher seed, joining Washington in the CBI and USC in the NCAA Tournament. No Pac-10 team has yet to win a post-season game as a lower seed, though obviously UW, ASU and UCLA were all No. 1s in their tournaments and Stanford and WSU have yet to play as a lower seed (meaning Oregon, Arizona and Cal all lost as lower seeds).
— This happened a few days ago, but here’s a story on former Husky Bobby Jones failing to get another 10-day contract with Miami despite, as the headline says, a “job well done.” Jones has had a crazy year, playing for four NBA teams and in the NBA D-League, and you’re forgiven if you can’t keep it all straight, so here’s his season summary from NBA.com.
— For anybody still keeping track of the CBI, here’s the schedule of the semifinal games, which will be played Wednesday night.
All for now.

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