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November 6, 2012 at 6:06 AM

Poll: Who will lead the Huskies?

Jon Brockman. Quincy Pondexter. Isaiah Thomas. Terrence Ross and Tony Wroten Jr.
The past four years, the Huskies have entered the season wondering how they were going to replace a star player or players who led them the previous season.
“In college sports that’s a fact of life,” coach Lorenzo Romar said. “Players leave your program. And sometimes, the good ones leave earlier than you would like.
“But we’ve dealt with this a few times in the past few years. … Now we’re dealing with it again. But someone will step up.”
The question of who is going to step up to replace Ross and Wroten is not only the focus of our UW preview, it’ll likely be the story of the season.
The candidates include veterans Abdul Gaddy, Aziz N’Diaye, Scott Suggs and C.J. Wilcox.
You could probably make a case for Andrew Andrews, but the redshirt freshman guard is untested.
But let us know what you think.

Which player will step up and lead the Washington men’s basketball team this season?

Comments | Topics: Abdul Gaddy, C.J. Wilcox, Scott Suggs

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