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March 17, 2011 at 2:20 PM

Huskies on the court

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Washington is practicing on the Time Warner Cable Arena court.
Assistant Paul Fortier made a great point when he instructed the big men: “Get a feel for that rim.”
The Huskies practiced earlier today in a private workout that was closed to the media. This workout at TWC is open to the public.
Coach Lorenzo Romar said he decided who will start, but declined to say when asked. He wants to keep Georgia guessing for a little longer.
Romar could swap guard Terrence Ross, who started the past three games, for center Aziz N’Diaye who started 24 games this season.
The Huskies finished the practice with last-second shots from midcourt. Players had two seconds and two chances to make a basket. Scott Suggs and Desmond Simmons were the only ones who made a basket.
And finally a few players delighted the crowd with a impromptu dunk contest.
Terrence Ross drew several oohs and ahhs after he threw the ball off the side of the basket support, moved it between his legs in mid-air before stuffing a jam.

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