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November 25, 2009 at 1:23 AM

Poll question: Enes Kanter, Josh Smith or Terrence Jones

Before we get to the poll, let’s start with a video of Quincy Pondexter’s baseline dunk from last Friday’s San Jose State game.

WEDNESDAY’S LINKS AROUND THE PAC-10:
— Big shocker in Mexico as Landry Fields led Stanford to a 57-52 win over Virginia and former Washington State coach Tony Bennett. Fields, who was tied for third place in the Pac-10 in scoring, tallied a game-high 25 points. He also had 13 rebounds. The Cardinal play No. 5 Kentucky tonight.
— Arizona needed overtime and a huge performance from Nic Wise to edge Colorado 91-87 in a consolation game of the Maui Invitational. Wise finished with 30 points to lead the Wildcats, which made 14 of 24 three-pointers.
— California easily beat Jacksonville 79-47 last night, but the real story with the Bears is senior forward Theo Robertson missed his third straight game. He underwent an MRI test Monday which revealed no fracture in his right foot but the exact nature of his injury is still unknown, according to the Associated Press.
MORE LINKS:
Toyo will sponsor John Wooden Classic, which features UW, UCLA, Georgetown and Mississippi State
— Another game, another first for new Seattle University coach Cameron Dollar who claimed his first road victory with the Redhawks. SU beat Utah 77-74 behind a game-high 24 points from Charles Garcia.
Mason Kelley wrote about 2011 Husky recruit Tony Wroten Jr., who might play this year. Also gotta give credit to Zoe Storck at the Garfield Messenger for breaking this story. According to the Garfield High’s newspaper, Wroten, who tore ligaments in his knee while playing football, was spotted on the court practicing with the basketball team. It was reported and widely presumed Wroten would miss his junior season while rehabbing.
POLL QUESTION:
I tried to post this yesterday, but for some reason it wasn’t loading properly. Anyway, let’s hope this stays up long enough to get some responses.

If you can only choose one, which big man would you want to add to Washington’s recruiting Class of 2010?(surveys)

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