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The basketball team turns to the offseason and spring practices are right around the corner

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Basketball Dots

  • Percy Allen puts forth the 3 storylines to watch during the offseason and entering next season for the UW hoops team.
  • The Tacoma News Tribune writes that the Husky future looks bright even though the team will be experiencing some major losses.
  • The Athletic examines the high school rivalry between Seattle native Jamal Crawford and ex-Husky Doug Wrenn and how only one of them made it big in the NBA despite both having the talent.
  • 247Sports says that UW 5-star commit Isaiah Stewart was one of the most impressive players from the early McDonald’s All-American Game practices.
  • Rivals agrees and lists Stewart as one of the 2 who made the biggest impression.
  • Don’t sleep on the Huskies’ other top-100 incoming recruit RaeQuan Battle though
  • The Huskies also made the cut for a 4-star prospect in the class of 2020 in Bishop Gorman’s Isaiah Cottrell

Football Dots

  • Congratulations to Greg Gaines who is preparing for the NFL Draft but has a whole other challenge ahead of him.
  • Husky softball picked up a huge softball sweep over Oregon with an 8-0 shutout.