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May 23, 2011 at 3:46 AM

The Huskies and LeBron James

Washington freshman Terrence Ross and incoming freshman Tony Wroten Jr. have been invited to work as counselors at the LeBron James King’s Academy in July.
Several college players are invited to work at the skills camp in San Diego each year.
Maybe Ross or Wroten will dunk on James and garner a bit of notoriety they way former Xavier star Jordan Crawford did in 2009.
Around the conference, California freshmen Allen Crabbe and Richard Solomon, Sanford freshman Anthony Brown and Arizona incoming freshman Josiah Turner are four of 17 players who will participate in the Team USA U-19 team tryouts in Colorado Springs CO next month.
MONDAY AFTERNOON LINKS:
— The Salt Lake Tribune caught up with UW freshman C.J. Wilcox who acknowledged the Pac-10’s poor national reputation, but says the conference performed well in the postseason.
— Looks as if it will be tough sledding next season for Utah in the new Pac-12.

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