Archive for the ‘Isaiah Thomas = Too Easy’ Category
Here is the 2008-2009 highlight film the team showed at their end of season banquet. Big ups to Jon Brockman, Dentmon, and Artem. Congrats to Cam Dollar too, but the Dawgs will miss him. Can’t wait til next season.
Constable Echelon You have to embrace the conference tournament semifinals. More than any other day of the year, tonight’s games will give us a snapshot of what the Pac-10 was about in 2009. If everything breaks perfect in a conference tournament this is what you get: three class of the conference teams and one plucky […]
Fig Jam Hard to focus on Pac 10 basketball right now with the Lobestaal mania that has swept… well basically just this site and other blogs where Husky and Cougar fans like to fight about stuff. But I’ll do my best to break down what happened in the world of hoops this past week. Big […]
Fig Jam Halfway through the Pac-10 conference slate and we’ve learned a few things about some teams that we didn’t know heading into conference play. Oregon State is way better than anyone thought and Oregon is way worse. UCLA and Washington share the conference lead and moving forward there are several contenders who have shown […]
Fig Jam The second week of conference play has come and gone in the PAC 10 with California making a statement with a rare roadtrip sweep of the Washington schools. Arizona also got off the mat and got two much needed victories but alas, the Oregon Ducks have fallen on hard times and find themselves alone […]
Constable Echelon Besides losing 20 pounds (totally going to happen), how else will I better myself in the new year? 4. Go see Abdul Gaddy, Josh Smith and Tony Wroten play. cnnsi.com Jamal Crawford, Doug Wrenn, Brandon Roy, Nate Robinson, Will Conroy, Tre Simmons, Jon Brockman, Ryan Appleby, Martell Webster, Spencer Hawes, Marcus Williams, Terrence […]
Constable Echelon Things haven’t been so great for Washington basketball in the post Brandon Roy era. Three years ago Washington was a Mike Jensen foul away from a date with George Mason in the Elite 8. All in all, a plum program elevating opportunity squandered. Scout.com