Head coach Lorenzo Romar talks about what he saw in UCLA game tape, what he looks for in a walk-on, and what he expects for his team in the Pac-12 tournament.
Down five and in need of something big, the Washington men’s basketball team got an opening. The defense shifted and left Andrew Andrews open beyond the arc for a 3-pointer.
“Trai-tor, trai-tor,” the UW student section chanted helplessly as the clock ran down on another Husky loss.
Head coach Lorenzo Romar and guards C.J. Wilcox and Nigel Williams-Goss meet with the media after the UW's loss to UCLA.
UW seniors finish off careers with last homestand
C.J. Wilcox is the leader of the Washington men’s basketball team. He leads the team in scoring, 3-point shooting, and blocks. He can do it all for the Huskies, but in the past two games, he hasn’t had to.
It has perhaps been lost to some in the malaise of a mediocre season, but the Huskies have a burgeoning star on their hands. And he has two last names.
Working like a well-oiled machine
As bad as advertised
Who you should keep an eye out for this weekend when the Huskies host the Southern California schools.
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