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Husky Men's Basketball

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

December 22, 2008 at 5:18 PM

Brock talk

We were supposed to talk with UW forward Jon Brockman today at the same time we spoke to Lorenzo Romar, but it didn’t work out.
However, a school spokesman later caught up with him and passed along his thoughts on his right ankle — he missed the Portland State game with a sprain but came back to play against Eastern Saturday — and the postponing of the Lehigh game:
On his ankle: “My ankle feels a lot better. It is still a little swollen so I just need to do the things necessary to get the swelling out and get it strengthened. I haven’t taken any steps backward in terms of how it feels, so that is a good sign. I’m just trying to take it day-by-day, do what the trainers ask me to do and get it back into full strength. Maybe this break will help me do that.”
On the Lehigh game: “It is definitely a let down that tomorrow night’s game (actually, it was a 3 p.m. tip) was postponed. As players, games are what we train for, what we practice so hard for. So, it isn’t a good feeling to know that the game isn’t going to take place. But, I am glad that the Lehigh team is safe. Obviously there are travel issues and it is better that they are safe than trying to travel all the way across the country. I’m glad the coaches haven’t entirely canceled the game and that they are trying to reschedule it. Maybe it will work in our favor since we won’t be distracted with the holiday break coming up. Guys will be able to relax a bit, enjoy the time with their families and get ready for Montana. Thankfully, we don’t have too long before we play again.”

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