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April 8, 2010 at 6:17 AM

Thursday Morning Links

Bud Withers takes a look at Butler and writes: “The part of the Butler story that might get lost is that down the stretch, this was simply a terrific team, especially on defense.”
Jason McIntyre at the Big Lead tweeted Butler coach Brad Stevens “rejected Oregon today. Not a $ thing- simply not interested. Ouch. Phil knight not a happy man.”
— In case you missed it, Jeff Goodman at Fox Sports tweeted Avery Bradley, the Tacoma standout and Texas freshman guard, will declare for the NBA draft, but will not hire an agent.
— Slow start for Pac-10 players at the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament. Two games Wednesday and Arizona’s Nic Wise tallied nine points and four assists in a 114-82 loss. Arizona State’s Eric Boateng had five rebounds and four points and California’s Patrick Christopher finished with four points and two assists in a 90-56 defeat.
Stanford’s Landry Fields, Cal’s Jerome Randle and Theo Robertson and USC’s Dwight Lewis play today.

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