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February 14, 2014 at 4:27 PM

Poll question: Who’s on Mount Rushmore of Husky hoops?

Lots of talk this week in basketball about the NBA’s all-time Mount Rushmore.

So I thought I’d ask coach Lorenzo Romar, which Huskies would be on Washington’s Mount Rushmore.

“I may have to have a bigger mountain,” he said. “Brandon Roy would have to be in there. Bob Houbregs obviously. Detlef Schrempf would probably have to be in there somewhere. Then I don’t know. Probably would have to have like six in one.

“I’m going to take the coward way out. I named you three.”

I tweeted Romar’s response and there seems to be universal agreement on Roy, Houbregs and Schrempf. However, there’s several opinions on who would be the fourth player to have their face etched in stone.

Here’s a few candidates: Chris Welp, Jon Brockman, Nate Robinson, Isaiah Thomas, Quincy Pondexter, James Edwards, Hec Edmundson and Marv Harshman.

Another name to consider … Lorenzo Romar.

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