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…More
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Pretty amazing highlights of Tony Worten Jr. from last weekend at the Seattle Basketball Pro-Am thanks to Ballislife.com. In the first game of the season, the former Washington star scored 53 points during a 124-121 win at Seattle Pacific’s Brougham Pavilion. Wroten played on a team with UW commit Dejounte Murray. In other summer hoops news,…More
Seven former Washington Huskies competed in the NBA summer leagues that concluded in Las Vegas and Orlando. Here’s a rundown on how they fared. Terrence Ross, Toronto (1st round pick, 2012) Stats (Las Vegas): 12.6 points, 4.8 rebounds, 1.4 steals, 3.4 turnovers, 24.8 minutes in five games Shooting: 22-52 FG (42.3%), 3-13 3FG (23.1%), 16-18 FT (88.9%) Best…More
A few links to get your day started. TUESDAY MORNING LINKS: — Washington State coach Ken Bone is gearing up for the biggest non-conference game for the Cougars when they host No. 10 Gonzaga on Wednesday. He told the Spokesman Review: “It might be their best team ever. It very well could be the best Gonzaga…More
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…More