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August 24, 2014 at 6:33 PM

Video: UW players, Chris Paul highlight Seattle Pro-Am Midnight Madness

NBA All-Star point guard Chris Paul was the guest of honor at the Seattle Pro-Am Midnight Madness while a handful of former Washington stars – and one soon-to-be Husky – provided highlights for the soldout Brougham Pavilion crowd at Seattle Pacific University.

The UW players included: Spencer Hawes, Tony Wroten Jr., Will Conroy and Aziz N’Diaye as well Rainier Beach High standout Dejounte Murray, who verbally committed to the Huskies.

Murray looked impressive playing alongside the pros even though it was just an exhibition where defense was non-existent with the exception of a two-block sequence by Wroten.

Paul and Matt Barnes were two of three Los Angeles Clippers on hand as well as Jamal Crawford, the tournament founder.

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