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December 5, 2010 at 9:56 AM

Video highlights: Texas Tech and today’s Pac-10 games

Great video (above) produced by UW’s video department. The clip highlights how dominant Matthew Bryan-Amaning was last night. You can see him outracing Texas Tech on several fast breaks and it also shows his soft hands, which is a trait that gets overlooked. I nearly forgot the no-look pass from Terrence Ross, but Bryan-Amaning snags those passes and makes it look easy.

Isaiah Thomas
is featured in the clip as well on a couple of dribble drives.
My only quibble, where’s Justin Holiday? The guy had a career-high 20 points. Oh well. Next time.
Again, great work. Washington will produce highlight clips after every home game this season.
SUNDAY MORNING LINKS:
Washington’s big win wowed Steve Kelley.
— Here’s our game story from last night’s 108-79 destruction.
— Good job by CBSSports.com which provides a detailed breakdown of the Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Series. The Pac-10 trails 18-26 overall and 2-6 this year. The four-year series ends this season.
— Portland, which plays Washington Monday, struggled with Montana on Friday before breaking free for a 58-54 win on the road. Junior guard Nemanja Mitrovic with a game-high 16 points and Luke Sikma, Jack’s kid, had 13.
— California helped itself and the Pac-10, winning 76-73 at Iowa State last night. The Cyclones are 6-2 and they could make some noise this season. Harper Kamp scored 14 points with 10 rebounds led the Bears (5-2).
— Oregon State went to Colorado and got stomped by the Buffaloes 83-57 last night.
— Another big game for the Pac-10 conference tonight when USC hosts No. 19 Texas.
— UW recruit Kevin Davis played last night for Tacoma Community College and the big guy finished with eight points on 4-for-6 shooting and six rebounds in 20 minutes during a 79-73 win over Everett CC.
DeAndre Daniels, the No. 3 small forward in the nation, is visiting Oregon today, according to Adam Zagoria.
— Auburn’s Cam Newton may end up helping Enes Kanter. Kentucky has asked the NCAA to take another look at Kanter’s eligibility after it’s ruling on Newton, according to ESPN.com. Maybe it’s apples and oranges, but seems strange how one guy’s parents can solicit money and a 17-year-old kid can’t get money for room, board and expenses while playing for a club team in Europe.
Today’s Pac-10 games (times local to site)
Richmond at Arizona State, 12 p.m.
Oklahoma at Arizona, 2 p.m. (FSN)
Portland State at Oregon, 3 p.m.
Montana at UCLA, 7 p.m.
Texas at USC, 7:30 p.m. (FSN)
Picks: ASU, Arizona, Oregon, UCLA and Texas
Record: 43-15
All for now.

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