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June 17, 2011 at 8:49 AM

Friday links: Thomas moves to first round in mock NBA draft

We’ll start with a reminder that former Washington standout Quincy Pondexter is the guest of honor at a live chat on the blog noon today.
FRIDAY MORNING LINKS:
— MontlakeMadness.com outlines some of the top stop storylines of the offseason. Looks like a good list, but I might reverse the order of No. 1 and 2.
— Washington coach Lorenzo Romar opens his first summer camp of the offseason today. This one is a team camp for junior varsity and varsity high school teams. Click here for more information.
— Romar is the keynote speaker June 24th at the Washington State Mentors fifth annual Champions of Mentoring Benefit Luncheon & Auction. The fundraiser features auction items and will be held aboard the ms Amsterdam at Terminal 91 in Seattle
— Practice begins today for U19 USA national team that includes Stanford’s Anthony Brown, Arizona State’s Jahii Carson, California’s Allen Crabbe and Richard Solomon.
— USA Today published a chart yesterday of the 22 athletic departments that turned a profit in 2009-10. Washington is No. 22.
— Here’s the first mock draft I’ve seen with Washington junior Isaiah Thomas in the first round.
— Washington State junior Klay Thompson is making a strong impression during NBA workouts and rising on many mock drafts.
— While some believed a NBA championship might assuage hard feelings, it looks as if Arizona isn’t going to forget Jason Terry’s past misdeeds and will not retire his jersey in the near future.
Updated: 10:52 a.m.

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