The Morning Haul

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"(What would you like to see from Tony Wroten Jr.?) “I would like to see his turnovers down. I think that’s too many turnovers. He is so good at getting in the paint, they collapse on him. I think there’s times he needs to find the guy that’s open. He knows that. He realizes that."


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"Heaps visited Kansas last weekend and is also said to be interested in Washington, Washington State, Cal, USC and others."


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"USC and Washington are the only conference teams that rank in the nation in the nation’s top-25 for attendance, but both dropped from their numbers last fall. USC ranked 19th with an average of 74,806 this year, while Washington was 24th at 62,531."


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NOTE:A collection of pictures from part of the roof being taken down.


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"Romar said N’Diaye won’t start, he will keep the four-guard lineup he’s used the last two games. But N’Diaye will be one of the first players off the bench."


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"Washington’s athletic and talented guard Tony Wroten was given the assignment. Then it was Abdul Gaddy who got a crack at Wolters. It didn’t matter, though. The 6-foot-3 Wolters did his best Steve Nash impression, making shots from all over the court and also setting his team up for open looks."


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NOTE: This is a bleacher report article, so take what you want from that. But it is interesting to see where other sites project UW players to go in the NBA draft. Terrence Ross is projected at 14 to the Bucks (ahead of Terrence Jones), and Tony Wroten Jr. is projected at 21 to the Magic.