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Terrence Ross scored 13 of his 24 points in the first half, and Washington used big runs at the end of the first half and beginning of the second to rout Portland 93-63 Monday in the final game of the World Vision Basketball Classic.
The Huskies, who were on the fringe of cracking The Associated Press Top 25 this week, closed out the three-day tournament with their most impressive effort. The young and undersized Pilots (2-1) couldn't match Washington's athleticism.
Washington (3-0) got a scare from Florida Atlantic in the second game of the four-team event, holding on for a 77-71 victory. There was no such challenge from Portland, which was led by Tim Douglas' 17 points.
Washington closed the first half on an 11-2 spurt, then started the second by scoring 14 of the first 17 points to push its lead to 31 barely five minutes in.
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At a Tuesday presser, University of Washington junior point guard Abdul Gaddy was asked if he and fellow guard Tony Wroten have done anything special to get Terrence Ross going on offense. Ross has averaged 16 points through three Washington games. Gaddy and Wroten are averaging 5.7 and 4.3 assists thus far. You won't hear the question, but the clip starts with Gaddy's...
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SEATTLE - Terrence Ross was feeling it Monday night. The sophomore from Portland hit six three-pointers as he led the Washington Huskies to a 93-63 win over the Portland Pilots, securing the World Vision Basketball Classic Title Monday night at Alaska Airlines Arena. In Lorenzo Romar's 300th game coaching the Huskies, he came up with his 198th victory in the purple and gold.
This is Washington junior point guard Abdul Gaddy. He was asked by the press if he and Tony Wroten Jr. do anything to get Terrence Ross going on offense. The answer is classic.
Little side note on Gaddy is he tore his ACL in his left knee during practice on Jan. 4, 2011 and missed the remainder of last season. He is back healthy and averaging 12 points in their first three...
Q is back with a Washington Huskies basketball blog. While the competition was not very good in the tournament the Huskies did win. Terrence Ross scored 24 points as Washington rolled to a 93-63 victory over Portland in the World Vision Classic. Aziz N’Diaye and Tony Wroten added 11 points apiece
The Huskies crushed the Portland Pilots 93-63, and ended their three-game stretch in The World Vision Classic with a 3-0 record. Terrence Ross dropped 24 points and a career-high six three-pointers. Washington's next game is on the road at St. Louis.
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