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January 11, 2012 at 10:14 AM

Video: UW-Seattle U. highlights

Thanks to Patrick Blair for producing the highlights (above) from Washington’s 91-83 win over Seattle University on Tuesday.
TUESDAY MORNING LINKS:
Jerry Brewer writes the Redhawks have closed the gap with the Huskies.
— Here’s a photo gallery from Times photographer Dean Rutz and game stories in the News Tribune, Everett Herald and GoHuskies.com.
— Here’s the box score.
— Fox Sports puts together a highlight package of last night’s game.
Joe Lunardi or Joey Brackets updates his NCAA tournament projection. Stanford is a No. 9 seed and California is 11.
Keala King joins a long list of players who have left Arizona State since coach Herb Sendek took over.
Bud Withers opines on the revolving door at ASU.
‘Shoeless’ Roberto Nelson talks about his amazing three-point shots in the four overtime defeat to Stanford.
Turnovers are hurting Arizona. The Wildcats’ top three veterans – Jesse Perry, Solomon Hill and Kyle Fogg – lead the team in turnovers.
— UCLA coach Ben Howland wants David and Travis Wear to get to the free throw line at all cost.
— Salt Lake Tribune columnist Gordon Monson writes Utah should drop the Utes nickname.
— Nice story about former Spencer Hawes. The former UW star said offseason workouts with Sonics legend Shawn Kemp helped him drop his body fat from 13 to 10 percent. Hawes has helped Philadelphia to the top of the Eastern Division with a 7-2 record.
Nate Robinson strikes again. The little man is doing big things in the Bay Area for Golden State.
— It might be too long before we see Justin Dentmon in the NBA.
— Former California coach Todd Bozeman has been suspended indefinitely at Morgan State.

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