Share: Comments Print November 28, 2012 at 5:42 AM Terrence Ross soars, Tony Wroten demoted Posted by Percy Allen Two months into their NBA rookie seasons, former Washington stars Terrence Ross and Tony Wroten Jr. appear to be on two different paths. Tuesday may have been a turning a point in each of their young careers. Ross scored a career-high 19 points for Toronto, which lost 117-111 in Houston. Despite the defeat, the No. 8 pick in the NBA draft gave Raptors fans a glimpse of his potential when he flushed four spectacular dunks and drained a few three-pointers. Check out the highlight video (below). Meanwhhile, Wroten, the 25th player taken in the draft, has struggled to find minutes with Memphis, which has the best record in the NBA at 10-2. He’s appeared in just three games for a total of eight minutes. The Grizzlies assigned Wroten, 19, its Development League affiliate, the Reno Bighorns. He’s expected to play Friday. WEDNESDAY MORNING LINKS: — Aziz N’Diaye talks about his hands and says they’re getting better. — No. 19 Colorado overcame a 15-point deficit in the first half and rallied to beat Texas Southern 85-80 in double overtime. — After its upset to Cal Poly, UCLA freshman Shabazz Muhammad said the Bruins need to make a statement Wednesday against Cal State Fullerton. — It’s been easy times for No. 9 Arizona, which has played three games against cupcakes. The Wildcats shouldn’t have any problems this week when they face Northern Arizona and Texas Tech. Comments | More in Notes | Topics: NBA, Terrence Ross, Tony Wroten Jr.