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August 24, 2008 at 2:36 PM

A couple personnel updates

This is a pretty slow time of year in college basketball, one of the only real down times for players and coaches.
Some UW players have been around of late, helping out at camps and things like that, others are home before returning next week.
A few things I’ve heard regarding the status of a few players:
Tyreese Breshers had surgery about three weeks ago on his injured shin. He’ll return to Seattle in a week or so and begin rehabbing and his prognosis for the season will become clearer then.
Artem Wallace is progressing fine on his rehab and can run and dunk a basketball. He will soon begin cutting, which will be a real test of where his knee is. Wallace is still thought to be on track for a return during the non-conference season with plenty of time to get ready for the Pac-10 schedule.
Joe Wolfinger is fine. He took some time off to rest his foot since overwork is what got him injured in the first place, but has been playing of late.

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