Thursday's biggest news surrounded the announcement of the Seattle arena proposal. If NBA and NHL teams are purchased by a group of investors led by hedge-fund manager Chris Hansen, then a half-billion-dollar arena in the Sodo district near Safeco Field and CenturyLink Field might be built. For more information on all the news that happened yesterday at the news conference, check out our StoryStream: NBA, NHL In Seattle? Proposal, Plans for New Arena Deal Announced
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- The Huskies won in relatively easy fashion with a 77-69 victory over Arizona St; Terrence Ross finished with a game-high 18 points. Gonzaga took care of Santa Clara, winning 73-62, though it wasn't a walk-in-the-park effort. Thee Cougars lost a heart-breaker to Arizona on the road, 76-72; Brock Motum finished with 28 points, but couldn't hit free-throws when they counted. And finally, the Seattle U Redhawks beat Pepperdine 81-70 en route to their third victory in a row.
- What would Tim LINcecum look like? Big League Stew sent out a challenge to its readers. See what came out here.
- Larry LaRue from the News Tribune is putting together a neat feature on Mariners pitchers and different pitches they throw. The latest is the Mariners prized prospect, Danny Hultzen telling how, why and when to throw a curveball.
- John Berkowitz from SB Nation's UW Dawg Pound is starting his off-season position-by-position breakdown of the Huskies football team. He starts at the quarterback position. Thankfully, the Huskies have a good one in Keith Price.
- ESPN draft expert Todd McShay thinks DE Quinton Coples could drop to the Seahawks. Coples, out of North Carolina, is considered by some to be the No. 1 overall defensive end prospect in the draft. Here's his draft profile from CBS Sports.
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