Monthly Archives: February 2013

Remembering one of the Great Trades in Sonics History

A decade ago today, the Sonics traded Gary Payton, and it seems like the anniversary has mostly been melancholy in tone. I get that — after all, I did once start a movement to keep the Sonics from trading GP. … Continue reading

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Slow Starts Plague Huskies

One of my least favorite basketball cliches is that you only need to watch the last few minutes of a game. Even games that are close in nature are often decided long before the finish, and such was the case … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About the UW Women

There are many annoying things about the men’s basketball schedule in the Pac-12 Network era, but one of the nice side benefits — on top of the additional national exposure — is that the new schedule has made it easier … Continue reading

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Huskies’ Record Misleading, Except It Isn’t

After the Washington Huskies lost 71-60 Sunday night at USC, the stat everybody will cite all week is that the Huskies have lost six of their last seven after starting 4-0 in Pac-12 play. The narrative is easy: After a … Continue reading

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Huskies at the Halfway Point

Before the Washington Huskies take on UCLA this evening, we’re midway through the Pac-12 schedule, which seems like a good opportunity to take stock of where the Huskies are after the ups and downs of the first five weekends of … Continue reading

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What’s Next for the Storm?

The Seattle Storm announced today that star post Lauren Jackson will sit out the 2013 season to rehabilitate after undergoing hamstring surgery last month in her native Australia. We’ve been here before — all too frequently, in fact, and it’s … Continue reading

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