Husky Men's Basketball Blog
Seattle Times staff reporter Bob Condotta provides a running commentary on the Huskies.
August 1, 2008 5:24 PM
Posted by Bob Condotta
UW sophomore center Matthew Bryan-Amaning scored 13 points and had six rebounds and three assists in helping lead Great Britain to a 90-73 win over Finland today in a preliminary round game of the U-20 European Championships.
Here's a link to the home page for the championships, which has all the stats and schedules for the tournament.
Posted by justin
9:00 PM, Aug 01, 2008
i like that MBA is getting more experience but lets not get too excited if he excels. remember when wolfinger was lights-out in a couple of the greece games last year? didn't mean much.
Posted by 206er
10:51 PM, Aug 01, 2008
that's true justin, you never know how tough the competition is over there either. at the very least this has got to be a little of a confidence boost for him. i still don't think artem could step into a situation like that and put up those numbers. start mba!
Posted by T-Bone
12:42 AM, Aug 02, 2008
A little drunk tonight but it looks like he is listed as a Guard. I got real close to the screen but swear that is a G and not a C. Is he going to be playing some two for us or maybe point this year?
Posted by idadawg
9:44 AM, Aug 02, 2008
where has Chace committed? or has he yet?
Posted by doug
1:06 PM, Aug 02, 2008
too many TO and missed FT, looks like the guys on dawgman raving about his improvement were wrong. as usual.
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