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November 3, 2008 at 1:33 PM

Weekend update

The Huskies held a closed scrimmage with Wyoming over the weekend, and while the two teams couldn’t keep score or any official stats per NCAA rules, and are allowed to comment only generally, it sounds as if things went well for UW.
The Huskies apparently did score more baskets than the Cowboys, apparently also making about 70 percent from the free-throw line. Word is it was a pretty-high scoring game, indicative of the pace the Huskies are likely to keep this season.
Sounds as if Jon Brockman and Isaiah Thomas would have been the leading scorers had stats been kept and that Darnell Gant was the one real revelation, hitting a few shots and also being an active presence in the middle. Elston Turner also apparently had a nice game from three-point line.
Tyreese Breshers, still coming back from shin surgery, didn’t play, nor did Joe Wolfinger, who tweaked a knee recently, an injury not thought to be serious.

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