Posted December 11, 2011 on washington.scout.com
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NEW YORK CITY - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Aaron Beach of Dawgman.com sat courtside Saturday afternoon and discussed not only UW's two Big Apple losses to Marquette and Duke, but the lessons learned, and what the Huskies need to do going forward, especially with Scott Suggs redshirting and Aziz N'Diaye possibly being out for a period of time with a knee injury.
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