Brandon Roy comes home to coach was able to confirm Friday that former Washington All-American Brandon Roy has taken over the head coaching job at Nathan Hale High School in Seattle. Roy takes over the position left by Jay Johnson.
June 24, 2016

Mavs Envision B-Roy As 'Jet Replacement'

Lord willing,' B-Roy says, I will play again soon.' The Mavs work on that assumption, having started recruiting even before the opening of free agency. Dallas (one of five teams ‘on his doorstep') envisions the ex-Blazer with the bum knees as a ‘Jet replacement,' a source tells me. Here's the update on the pursuit, and what Jet (and J-Ho!) have to do with all of this:
July 1, 2012

Mavs Donuts: 'Coach 'Em Up' Game 5 Preview

We get some Mavs questions answered in 'Coach 'Em Up' style: Video analysis and inside insight like only can do it as we ramp up to tonight's Game 6 in Portland in the form of Donuts! Dirk's shot chart ... How-to defense on LaMarcus ... one more hard screen ... Donuts!
April 28, 2011

Donuts: They're Not 'The Same Ol' Mavs' - Yet

They are in the gallows, which smell of sweat and vomit and death. Outside their barred windows, they can hear the hammering and the sawing that signifies the construction of their execution scaffold. But even after being swept in Portland due to the late loss of a 23-point lead in Game 4, they are NOT ‘The Same Ol' Mavs.' Not yet. Donuts explains …
April 24, 2011

Thomas says goodbye to Washington

There's a reason why Isaiah Thomas said he will enter the 2011 NBA Draft Thursday - Friday is April Fool's Day. And truth be told, many that follow Washington basketball would have thought the junior guard might be pulling their leg if he had announced a day later. But he didn't, and the news is most definitely real - Thomas is done playing college basketball.
March 31, 2011

Q&A - Brandon Roy

EUGENE, Ore. - caught up with former Washington All-American Brandon Roy, who is making a name for himself in the Rose City as the unquestioned leader of the Portland TrailBlazers. He was on hand Thursday as an honorary captain for the UW-Oregon game, won by UW 86-72, where he was lauded one last time before McArthur Court gives way to Matthew Knight Arena as host of UO basketball.
March 4, 2010

Ducks skid on Pondexter's 34

EUGENE, Ore. - In the 286th meeting between Washington and Oregon, it was the Dawgs that came out victorious by a score of 86-72 in the last game ever played between the two at McArthur Court. Senior captain Quincy Pondexter led the way for UW with a career-high 34 points. He also had 10 rebounds and six assists. Tajuan Porter led UO with 18 points, followed by the 16 of Michael Dunigan.
March 4, 2010

The TSX Files - 12/28

Lorenzo Romar is satisfied that the Huskies are ready for the start of the Pac-10 schedule. The preseason hasn't been perfect, but UW (9-2) got plenty achieved, the coach said. "We've gotten a lot out of it," Romar told the Seattle Times. "We've played against some good different defenses. We've played on the road and in neutral sites (and against) a few Top 25 opponents.
December 28, 2009