One Step Back Two Steps Forward
Regardless of the outcome, the University of Washington Huskies had strong likelihood of losing the Porters.
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And so, the argument of which path SHOULD have been taken is a moot point. To improve the program, changes needed to be made. On one hand, changes take time to impact the results positive way. On the other hand, the news is decidedly one sided. In conclusing, current and incoming players are simply choosing to stay or leave the program.
Making Their Stand
Some are choosing to stay. On March 27, both David Crisp and Carlos Johnson stepped up and reiterated their intention to stay Huskies. Today, March 28, Dominic Green joins them.
Dominic Green joins Crisp and Johnson in reiterating their intentions to stay. At 6-foot-6, Green suddenly becomes a key figure in tomorrow’s team. He will likely play a pivotal role in the front court, and his 21.6 minutes per game will likely increase dramatically next year.
But who will come off the bench?