Here's an exciting matchup out of the MPSF, pitting two teams surprisingly at opposite ends of the conference standings. After difficult losses last week to UCLA and UCSB, both in five sets, Stanford find themselves mired on 11th place in conference. Nobody thinks they'll end the season in 11th place, but they've got a tall task to avoid an 0-3 conference...
Here's a match with some potential postseason implications. Anyone keen on the idea of an at-large bid going to the Midwest will be rooting for Lewis tonight, as any MIVA win over the MPSF, and not least over a team as good as Stanford, will help the chance of that out quite a bit. And of course, there's the whole "two top-ten teams going at it" aspect...
The Utah Jazz will bring Brian Cook into training camp.
Cook entered the NBA in 2003 and had his most notable seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Cook was waived by the Washington Wizards late in the preseason last season and then played in Puerto Rico.
September 28, 2013
The Washington Wizards got their roster down to 15 players on Sunday by waiving center-forward Brian Cook and guard Shelvin Mack. Cook had been signed by Washington to a training camp contract on September 17 after averaging 3.1 points and 2.5 rebounds for the Wizards last season. Mack averaged 3.6 points and 2.0 assists as a rookie last season.
The Wizards have cut Shelvin Mack and Brian Cook, leaving Jannero Pargo and Earl Barron on their regular season roster.
Brian Cook, Shavlik Randolph, Earl Barron, and Steven Gray all signed training camp deals and Shelvin Mack has a partially guaranteed-contract.
September 19, 2012
Brian Cook has not received any interest on the free agent market.
September 16, 2012
DENVER (AP) -- A person with knowledge of the trade says the Nuggets are sending Nene to the Wizards in a three-team deal, with Washington sending JaVale McGee and Ronny Turiaf to Denver and Nick Young to the Los Angeles Clippers.
The person told The Associated Press on Thursday that Washington also picked up forward Brian Cook. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because...
Brian Cook had a career-high 26 kills as Stanford won its fifth consecutive road match, a four-setter over Cal State Northridge on Saturday night.
Sophomore Brian Cook had a collegiate career-high 17 kills to lead the No. 4 Stanford men's volleyball team to a four-set victory at No. 13 UC Santa Barbara on Saturday night.