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Husky Men's Basketball

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

April 18, 2010 at 8:36 AM

Terrence Jones To Visit Kansas; Oregon Strikes Out Again

After Saturday’s Jordan Brand Classic, UW recruit Terrence Jones said he plans to visit to Kansas because his friend Josh Selby committed to the Jayhawks.
Jones still has an official visit remaining and has told others his final five still includes Kentucky, Oregon, UCLA, Oklahoma and Washington. He also said he wants to make a decision no later than April 30.
It also should be noted Terrence Ross, Jones childhood friend and high-profile recruit, also has Kansas, Washington, Kentucky, Oklahoma and Oregon on his final five list.
Washington and Kansas have just one scholarship remaining.
Ross told me last week, he plans to visit Kentucky, Oklahoma and Washington.
SUNDAY MORNING LINKS:
— Jones helped the West team to a 129-125 victory in the Jordan Brand Classic. NBAdraft.net summed up his performance.
— I’m starting lose track of how many times Oregon has whiffed during its search for a new coach. This time Missouri’s Mike Anderson reportedly declined a $3M per year offer from the Ducks. Add Anderson to a list that includes: Pittsburgh’s Jamie Dixon, Butler’s Brad Stevens and Texas A&M’s Mark Turgeon. And those are just the official offers that’s been reported.
Not sure where Oregon goes from here. Maybe Terry Porter or associate coach Mike Dunlap. And P.J. Carlesimo may still be in the mix.
Rivals.com is tracking the college underclassmen who are declaring for the draft. Georgetown’s Greg Monroe is the latest. You’ll notice there’s no one from the Pac-10, which suggests the conference will be strong next season.
— It’s a little old, but interesting story on Spencer Hawes, which asks the question: Why can’t Husky fans embrace him? I’ve wondered the same thing myself. Whenever he’s mentioned on this blog, he evokes a strong response from supporters and critics. I remember once I labeled him a Husky standout and someone admonished me for it, which is strange because Hawes led UW in scoring his one season and set a freshman scoring record in 2007, which was broken two years later by Isaiah Thomas.
— Former UW standout Will Conroy began the NBA D-League semifinal series on Saturday with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers. He finished with 26 points and eight assists in a 122-120 defeat.

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