roster breakdown - Starting: PG - Isaiah Thomas (FR...

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Starting: PG - Isaiah Thomas (FR -5'8", 180 - Freshman PAC10 player of the year) - great body control has been off at 3 lately but is one of the best in the country in the lane will drive often and get fouled. Has lately worked a lot harder on his D and has improved… SG - Justin Dentmon (SR - 5'11", 185 first team all PAC10) - good shooter and at the beginning of the year was nailing well over 50 percent from three but has had a major slump, ice in his veins, good FT shooter when it counts, likes the little jumper/floater around the FT line. Very intelligent player overall and doesn’t make the dumb mistake very often… SF - Quincy Pondexter - (JR - 6'7, 220) - a complete crap shoot as to how he will play, was supposed to be a one and done but has problems in the game with thinking too much, has been playing very good lately and has found his midrange jumper, very good defender and super athletic, will never hit a 3 and sometimes shift to the 4 guard spot (PF) when we go small, plays best right around this middle of the key. Had a great game against MSU and they never had an answer but typically doesn’t go off like that… PF - Jon Brockman - (SR - 6'7, 255 first team all PAC10, up for several post season awards but
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This note was uploaded on 11/05/2009 for the course ENGL 101 taught by Professor Warner during the Spring '08 term at University of Washington.

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