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November 15, 2011 at 11:44 AM

Video: More UW-Portland highlights and links

Thanks to Patrick Blair for compiling the highlights (above) from Washington’s 93-63 win over Portland last night.
Here’s some links to get you through the day.
— First let’s start with our game story and a photo gallery from Times photographer Mark Harrison.
— Here’s the writeup from the Everett Herald, News Tribune, GoHuskies.com The Daily has post-game video highlights and analysis.
— Here’s a video of the post-game press conferences with Abdul Gaddy, Tony Wroten Jr., C.J. Wilcox. and coach Lorenzo Romar. Romar and Wroten talked about the moment late in the game when Romar had a few stern words with the freshman after a couple of defensive lapses.
Strange situation at UCLA where coach Ben Howland suspended junior Reeves Nelson, an all-conference forward and the team’s leading scorer and rebounder, for “conduct unbecoming a member of the team.” There’s speculation Nelson may quit the team.
— Seems like the weight of being the Pac-12 favorite is too heavy for the Bruins. Sophomore center Joshua Smith, the former Kentwood High star, added to the distractions surrounding UCLA he posted a derogatory tweet following UCLA’s loss to Loyola Marymount.
Kevin Pangos. Remember the name. He’s the Gonzaga freshman who shot down Washington State last night. The Cougars lost 89-81 largely because they couldn’t stop Pangos, who scored 33 points and knocked down nine three-pointers.
— Not sure if Oregon State’s 2-0 start is a product of better coaching, better players or better scheduling. But it’s the first time the Beavers have won their first two games since 2000 and it’s a good sign that maybe things have turned around in Corvallis, Ore.
— Former Bellevue High standout Aaron Bright is an early season star at Stanford. Last night he led the Cardinal to a 75-59 victory over Fresno State in the first round of the NIT Season Tip-Off. Bright had 21 points and four assists.
— Utah managed to stave off NAIA San Diego Christian College for a 58-55 win.
— USC lost 64-61 to Nebraska.

Comments | Topics: Abdul Gaddy, C.J. Wilcox, UCLA

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