Thomas taken with last pick of draft

Isaiah Thomas said all along that it would only take one team to fall in love with him to get drafted, and he was proven right Thursday - but it took some time. The Sacramento Kings didn't profess their affection for the former Washington guard until the very last pick of the 2011 NBA Draft.
June 23, 2011

Thomas named 950 KJR Most Valuable Player

SEATTLE – The Washington Husky men's basketball team culminated its season with the annual awards banquet at the Don James Center on Wednesday night and junior guard Isaiah Thomas took home two awards, including MVP.
April 13, 2011

Sales System Rolls to 95-58 Win For 7th Place

Sales System rolled to a 95-58 win over Mike Duman Auto Sales to capture seventh place in consolation play Saturday afternoon at the Portsmouth Invitational.
April 9, 2011

Beach's Bits - The Day After

Isaiah Thomas is entering the NBA draft, his departure signaling a new era for Washington basketball. While Thomas' legacy will be etched into the fabric of UW Hoops, it also feels like a part of that legacy will forever remain incomplete. Would he have been UW's all-time leading scorer three-point shooter and assist man?
April 2, 2011

Beach's Bits - 2012 Preview, Pt 2

Washington fans should approach next season with cautious optimistism. Darnell Gant and Aziz N'Daiye aren't suddenly going to evolve into consistent scoring threats from the block. They'll improve of course, but unless a major roster addition takes place between now and October, the Huskies aren't going to waste energy trying to manufacture an offensive post presence that isn't there.
March 25, 2011

Beach's Bits - 2012 Preview, Pt 1

With the tumultuous 2011 Washington Men's Basketball season finally in the books, next year's team face the daunting task of replacing three program mainstays. The 2007 recruiting class, which included Venoy Overton, Justin Holiday and Matthew Bryan-Amaning, will have graduated and moved on, leaving behind some rather large holes to fill.
March 24, 2011

Romar not a victim of his own success

SEATTLE - "There is no reason why Washington can not be at the top of the Pac-10. It is not going to happen in a day or two, there is a lot of sweat to put forth. I want this program to be as successful as it can be." Those words were spoken by Lorenzo Romar on April 4th, 2002 during his first press conference as UW's Men's Head Basketball Coach, but they ring as true today as they did back then.
March 23, 2011

DawgmanRadio - NCAA Wrap-Up

Chris Fetters and Kim Grinolds of Dawgman.com talked Monday morning about Washington's 86-83 loss to North Carolina in the third round of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, what it means for the departing seniors, and what it means for UW Hoops going forward.
March 21, 2011