Heading into March Madness, each game could be the last for the four Washington basketball seniors, and today we highlight David Crisp
Washington basketball has seen its ups and downs over the last four years, as has David Crisp, and the Huskies surely wouldn’t be where they are now without him. The point guard has had an incredible career, and during his time at Washington he’s racked up 1,000 points, 300 assists, 200 pointers, and 100 steals. He’s the only player in Husky history to put up those numbers.
During his time, he’s played alongside an All-Defensive NBA guard in Dejounte Murray, and a number one overall pick in Markelle Fultz. But Crisp has always found a way to stand out, and is currently sitting second in three pointers made during his career with 251 (CJ Wilcox holds the record with 301).
Crisp had arguably his best season during his last on Montlake, shooting 41.5% from the field over the course of the season, and 42.5% from three point range during conference play. He averaged a career high 14.8 points per game during Pac-12 play and tied his career high with 19 steals in conference.
He proved himself this season as a leader, and done so alongside Pac-12 Player of the Year Jaylen Nowell. Crisp’s play has definitely impacted Nowell, and aren’t they both great dancers?
A Message From A Dawg Fan
David, as a senior in college who has grown up watching you play, I can’t thank you enough. Every time you step on the court, you always reminded me of Isaiah Thomas. The way you act and play on the court would always bring back such fond memories of IT, and watching you play has been an absolute pleasure. People should always remember you as one of the best point guards in Husky history. You’re the perfect guy to lead this team into March Madness, and you deserve to go out as a champion.