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Husky Men's Basketball

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

December 21, 2008 at 9:23 AM

Oliver debuts, other Husky transfer updates

Lost in the blizzard up here is that former Husky Adrian Oliver made his debut for San Jose State last night, and it wasn’t too bad — 27 points on 11-18 shooting in 37 minutes in a win over Northern Colorado.
One not-as-glittering number — he also had seven turnovers (here are his complete stats).
Oliver was averaging 2.8 points a game for UW last year when he transferred, also playing here as a freshman in the 2006-07 season when he averaged 4.7 points a game.
Jon Wilner wrote a bit about Oliver’s expected impact on the Spartans earlier this week.
Oliver is one of five former Husky players (or former UW signees) still playing college ball.
The others are:
Joel Smith, who is averaging 14.6 points and shooting 41 percent on three-pointers for Chaminade. Smith spent four years at UW, including a redshirt season, and is in his final season of eligibility.
Harvey Perry, averaging 4.4 points in just over 17 minutes a game for Colorado State. Perry played sparingly in the 06-07 season for UW before transferring.
Roburt Sallie, who signed with UW in 2005 as part of the same class that brought Jon Brockman to the Huskies but didn’t get eligible, is now at Memphis and had his best game for the Tigers yesterday with 12 points against Syracuse. He is averaging 4.8 points in 10.5 minutes.
— And last is Phil Nelson, who was in Seattle to play UW last Sunday. He had 16 points to lead Portland State to an easy win over Montana last night. UW hosts Montana a week from today.

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