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August 13, 2012 at 11:33 AM

Summer league ends tonight

Three Washington players are expected to compete in the championship game at the North Seattle Community College Summer League tonight.
Sophomores Desmond Simmons and Hikeem Stewart lead a team that will take on redshirt freshman Jernard Jarreau for the league title.
Perhaps the most interesting game is a consolation matchup that pits Scott Suggs and C.J. Wilcox against Andrew Andrews and Shawn Kemp Jr.
Here’s a breakdown of Washington players and Seattle University players on the teams.
Boston – Abdul Gaddy and Martin Breuing
Lakers – Andrews and Kemp (UW); D’Vonne Pickett (SU).
Knicks – Jarreau (UW).
Suns – Simmons and Stewart (UW).
76ers – Suggs and Wilcox (UW).
Blazers – Sterling Carter (SU).
TONIGHT’S SCHEDULE
6 p.m. – Miami vs Boston
7 p.m. – Suns vs Knicks (championship game)
8 p.m. – Lakers vs 76ers
9 p.m. – Chicago vs Blazers
MONDAY AFTERNOON LINKS:
Arizona picked up a 2013 commitment from shooting guard Elliott Pitts, a four-star recruit as rated by ESPN and Rivals. He had considered Washington and California.
— Washington State dropped its second straight game during its Australian exhibition tour and lost 77-66 to Brisbane Spartans. Looks as if coach Ken Bone is playing an eight-man lineup with Brock Motum and Reggie Moore playing 32-plus minutes. Bone has also rotated guards DaVonte Lacy and Mike Ladd out of the starting lineup as well as big men D.J. Shelton and Richard Longrus.
Andy Glockner at SI.com thinks Pac-12 Tournament champion Colorado can be a surprise team once again.

Comments | Topics: Abdul Gaddy, C.J. Wilcox, Reggie Moore

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