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Husky Men's Basketball

The latest news and analysis on Husky men's hoops.

July 15, 2011 at 5:22 AM

Tony Wroten shakes John Wall with wicked crossovers

Plenty of good action this month at the Jamal Crawford Summer League, which at times featured several Huskies, former Huskies and a few NBA stars.
During a July 5 game (video highlights above), Washington incoming freshman Tony Wroten Jr. showed no fear attacking Washington Wizards point guard John Wall on a couple of dribble drives to the rim.
Former UW stars on hand include: Nate Robinson, Isaiah Thomas, Tre Simmons and Donald Watts.
The games are held at Rainier Vista Boys and Girls Club. More information is available on the league’s Facebook page.


FRIDAY MORNING LINKS:
Craig Yamada at Montlake Madness provides a detailed report of UW players who competed in a couple of summer league games.
— Arizona point guard Jordin Mayes underwent foot surgery weeks ago, but he should be available when the season starts, according to Wildcats coach Sean Miller. Still there’s speculation Mayes, who will likely backup freshman Josiah Turner, could be injury-prone.
Doug Haller at the Arizona Republic examined the potential impact of the transfers who are eligible for the 2011-12 season.
— With two verbal commitments in hand, Arizona will have at least two scholarships available for the class of 2012.
— Everybody likes five-star 2012 recruit Brandon Ashley, including Washington and some of the biggest names in college basketball. The 6-10 forward from Oakland will play at powerhouse Findlay Prep next season. He told Adam Zagoria that he doesn’t have a list, but admitted Kentucky has been making a hard push recently.
— Four Pac-12 teams made 2012 recruit Landen Lucas’ list of seven schools. Oregon is believed to be the leading contender for the 6-9 forward who has an offer from Washington. The Huskies didn’t make the cut.

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