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February 16, 2012 at 8:41 AM

Don’t play H-O-R-S-E with Jon Brockman

In the video (above) Milwaukee forward Jon Brockman unveils shooting talents he never displayed when he starred at Washington. It’s an impressive array of trick shots and maybe some fancy editing is involved as well.
It’s not the first time the Brockness Monster has put together a video of trick shots.
Wonder why Brock never performed any of these shots when he was a Husky?
THURSDAY MORNING LINKS:


— The Huskies path to the Pac-12 title and NCAA tournament is simple: win out.
— Nice stat from the Everett Herald, which noted the Huskies are 24-9 the past three years after Valentine’s Day.
Tony Wroten Jr. talked to KJR-AM radio (below).
Turnovers have plagued Arizona State all season.
— It used to be difficult for Arizona to get to Washington State because the Wildcats would have to take two flights and bus 90 minutes to get to Pullman. This time Arizona is chartering a flight to make things much easier.
— The secret to Brock Motum’s success: His mother’s lasagna.
— Former Rainier Beach star Mike Ladd (thumb) is playing through pain for the Cougars.
Jorge Gutierrez’s family is traveling from Chihuahua, Mexico to watch him play his final two home games at Haas Pavilion this week. When talking about seniors Harper Kamp and Gutierrez, coach Mike Montgomery said: “They’re worth their weight in gold.
— With five games left, Oregon faces three teams it lost to earlier this season. Coach Dana Altman said: “We have an uphill battle. We have a tough schedule left, but it’s an opportunity.”
— Junior transfer Carlos Emory has scored in double digits off the bench in the past three games.
— Stanford has struggled late in the season under coach Johnny Dawkins.
— Oregon State has won just once in the past 19 years at Stanford.
— UCLA’s 64-54 win over USC last night was personal for Jerime Anderson.

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