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October 27, 2011 at 5:18 AM

Report: Tony Wroten Jr., Abdul Gaddy tabbed for 2013 draft

Programming alert: Coach Lorenzo Romar joins us for a live chat at noon.
Here’s some links to get you started.
—While several former Huskies stars scrimmaged the team on Wednesday, ex-UW standout Justin Dentmon played in the Pan American Games for Team USA. He finished with seven points, three assists and two rebounds in 19 minutes.
— NBADraft.net predicts Tony Wroten Jr. will be taken fourth and Abdul Gaddy 48th in the 2013 draft. The site also tabs Terrence Ross as a late lottery pick in 2012.
— California coach Mike Montgomery said Harper Kamp’s is the key to front court success, but will have to monitor his minutes. The senior forward returned last season after sitting out his junior year with a knee injury.
— Oregon is looking to build on last season’s strong finish and a College Basketball Invitational victory.
— Ducks coach Dana Altman has the difficult task of blending a team of four freshmen, four transfers, five seniors and two other returners.
— And here’s a story in the Register-Guard on UO point guard Johnathan Loyd.
— Arizona State didn’t out-rebound a single conference opponent last season, which has the Sun Devils front court players vowing things will change this season.
— Colorado coach Tad Boyle is hoping for a punch from freshmen guards Spencer Dinwiddie and Askia Booker and sophomore Jeremy Adams.
— Utah fans received a glimpse of the Utes during an intrasquad scrimmage Wednesday.
— Utes coach Larry Krystkowiak knows Utah will be picked near the bottom of the Pac-12, but he said “it’s all irrelevant to me.”

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