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June 22, 2011 at 7:28 AM

Road To The NBA – The Isaiah Thomas Story

Former Washington star Isaiah Thomas is filming a documentary (above) that is scheduled for release in December.
The film takes a look at Thomas who has been training in Las Vegas at IMPACT Basketball Academy and follows him to the Chicago Pre-Draft Combine and to workouts at home in Tacoma and Seattle.
The folks at Draft Express have has a sense of humor projects Thomas will be drafted by the Detroit Pistons, the former team of NBA great Isiah Thomas.


WEDNESDAY MORNING LINKS:
Mason Kelley wrote a story for today’s newspaper on Aaron Dotson, the former Rainier Beach High star who transferred from LSU to Utah.
— According to Husky Haul, Demarquise Johnson, a 2012 recruit from Westwind Prep in Arizona, took an unofficial visit to UW last week. ESPN reports the 6-5 guard is being recruited by Arizona State, Colorado, Gonzaga, San Diego State and Virginia.
— California guard Allen Crabbe is recovering at home after breaking his nose during tryouts for the USA U-19 national team.
— In the latest mock draft, NBAdraft.net projects two former Washington State players will be taken in Thursday’s draft and just one former UW player. The website has Klay Thompson taken 10th by Milwaukee and Sacramento nabbing DeAngelo Casto with the 30th pick (60th overall). Matthew Bryan-Amaning is projected as the 20th pick in the second round to Philadelphia.
— Former USC star Nikola Vucevic returned to New York for a second workout with the Knicks.
— Remember Jordan McCabe? He’s the 12-year-old who performed at halftime during the Washington-Portland game last season. Well the soon-to-be seventh-grader was drafted by the Harlem Globetrotters on Tuesday.

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