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December 26, 2011 at 2:31 PM

Washington’s nonconference schedule analysis

Here’s a breakdown of Washington’s nonconference play. The complete stats are here.
Overall record: 6-5
Home record: 6-1
Away record: 0-4
Neutral court record: 0-2
RPI rating: 116
Sagarin rating: 85
Pomeroy rating: 64
Strength of schedule in Pomeroy: 85
Strength of schedule rank in RPI: 107
Strength of schedule rank in Sagarin: 98th
Record against opponents ranked 1-25 in Sagarin: 0-2
Record against opponents ranked 1-50 in Sagarin: 0-3
MONDAY AFTERNOON LINKS:
— The Yardbarker.com gives Washington a D+ for its nonconference play.
— SI.com’s Seth Davis writes about players who transfers. He spoke with Oregon’s Dana Altman, who commented on Jabari Brown. The former Ducks freshman transferred to Missouri.
— ESPN analyst Jay Bilas compiles the top 68 teams and includes California and Arizona from the Pac-12.
— Former UW star Quincy Pondexter was traded from New Orleans to Memphis.
— Former UW standout Spencer Hawes signed a $4.1 million qualifying offer with Philadelphia and is expected to start for the 76ers.
— Former Husky star Isaiah Thomas, who grew up a Sonics fan, understands what Sacramento Kings fans are feeling. The Kings may relocate if the city doesn’t build an arena.
— Former UW player Justin Dentmon spent the NBA training camp in New Orleans. He was waived and returned to the Austin Torros of the NBA Developmental League.
— Former Washington star Nate Robinson is a NBA free agent who is trying to change is reputation to get another chance in the league.

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