Washington Basketball Highlight Video A Good Way To Kill 20 Minutes

The end of the college basketball season means it's time for highlight videos and the Washington Huskies have released their 2010-11 version. Calling it extensive would be an understatement as it captures 20 minutes of the best and brightest moments from the season, from non-conference games to the Pac-10 and NCAA tournaments. All your favorite Huskies are there, even little-used human victory cigar Brendan Sherrer.

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Isaiah Thomas' cold blooded moment is included, along with video of the Huskies cutting down the nets at Staples Center following the Pac-10 Tournament. Consider it one final send-off for Thomas, who declared for the 2011 NBA Draft and announced he'd be forgoing his senior season at Washington to pursue a career at the next level. Justin Holiday, Matthew Bryan-Amaning and Venoy Overton also make a final appearance in the video after exhausting their collegiate eligibility.

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And it all ends with the Huskies' own version of One Shining Moment, featuring senior send-offs, NCAA Tournament highlights and a recap of the awards garnered by Washington players this season.

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via Christian Caple of the Seattle PI.

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