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
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
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
CHARLOTTE, NC - Kim Grinolds of Dawgman.com produced a photo gallery of pictures taken during Washington's 86-83 loss to North Carolina in an NCAA Men's Basketball Round of 32 game at the Time Warner Cable Arena. Included are pictures of Lorenzo Romar, Isaiah Thomas, Matthew Bryan-Amaning, Terrence Ross, Scott Suggs, Justin Holiday, C.J. Wilcox, Aziz N'Diaye, and Venoy Overton.
CHARLOTTE, NC - Lorenzo Romar, Roy Williams, Isaiah Thomas, Terrence Ross, Matthew Bryan-Amaning, Justin Holiday, Venoy Overton, Kendall Marshall, and Dexter Strickland all spoke to the media after the No. 2 seed North Carolina Tar Heels pulled out a difficult 86-83 win over the No. 7 Washington Huskies at the Time Warner Cable Arena Sunday afternoon.
A controversial ending to Washington's third-round game with North Carolina will no doubt sour a superb effort from the Huskies, as they lost 86-83 to the Tar Heels at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, NC. UNC will travel to Newark, NJ to face either Marquette or Syracuse in the Sweet 16.
After escaping with a less than uninspired second-round victory against 10th-seeded Georgia Friday night, the Huskies prepare to face off against one of the NCAA's iconic programs, the No. 2-seed North Carolina Tar Heels, who muddled their way to a 102-87 win over 15th-seed Long Island University.
March 19, 2011