SB Nation's RaptorsHQ Interviews Lorenzo Romar

Over at SB Nation's Toronto Raptors blog, RaptorsHQ, Adam Francis recently got the chance to interview University of Washington head men's basketball coach Lorenzo Romar to discuss a number of topics including Raptor rookie Terrence Ross, and even touched on fellow former UW player Brandon Roy as well.

Here is a little taste of the interview:

RHQ: So let's talk about Ross for a bit; what are some of his strengths and how would you describe his overall game?

CR: Well, outstanding athleticism. That jumps right out at you. He has a rare blend of athleticism and a deadly stroke from the three-point line. At 6-6, 6-7, he has good size, he's quick off his feet and that allows him to be a good defender. He's also a good rebounder from the guard position.

You can check out the entire interview here.

For more in depth discussion and serious analysis of everything Washington Huskies, make sure that you head on over to the UW Dawg Pound. For more on college basketball in general, head over to SB Nation's college hoops hub.

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