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Not a trip, but a journey for the UW hoops team

For today’s paper, I wrote about the Husky basketball team’s trip overseas. It’s a 16-day adventure that includes stops in Barcelona, Nice, Monaco and Senegal.

With the loss of Tony Wroten and Terrence Ross, the Huskies can use this trip as a way to build more team chemistry as well as work on the new UCLA high-post offense Romar has implemented. But really this trip is about so much more. It’s a learning experience, one that some of these kids may never experience again. And it’s a reward for Aziz N’Diaye.


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Video: Aziz N’Diaye, C.J. Wilcox talk about the upcoming trip overseas, team chemistry and the new offense

Aziz N’Diaye talks about his wrist surgery, the trip back to Senegal and playing in front of friends and family and the new high-post based offense.

CJ Wilcox talks about he upcoming trip, the new offense, and the issues with team chemistry and the lack of buying into playing defense last season.


Huskies get good news: Aziz N’Diaye did not tear any ligaments in knee

Lorenzo Romar announced at his weekly press conference that 7-foot junior center Aziz N’Diaye only has sprained right knee. An MRI revealed the good news.

“He’s very questionable for Friday, but he will be returning,” Romar said.

There was some fear that N’Diaye might have torn the ACL in the knee after landing awkwardly following  a dunk of Duke’s Miles Plumlee. Romar said that replays show N’Diaye dunking and then taking some contact from Plumlee and coming down with all of his weight on the right leg.

“It tweaked a little,” Romar said.

N’Diaye is obviously questionable for Friday’s game

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