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206 Clicks: UW Stays In 1st, Wroten NBA Comparisons, Mariners Spring Training Opens

Mark Monday, Feb. 13th as the debut of SB Nation Seattle's daily Seattle sports link column. Every morning this post will catch you up on everything you missed from the day before. If you have any suggestions on something that should be linked to here, drop us a comment here or tweet us at @sbnseattle.

Check out today's links after the jump!

  • The Huskies stayed in first place after their 75-72 victory over the Beavers on Sunday afternoon. Terrence Ross finished with 21 points and 13 rebounds, it was his sixth double-double of the season. With a 6.7 rebound average, could he one of the most underrated rebounders in the nation? Next up: vs. Arizona St., Thursday at Hec Ed.
  • Anyone have an NBA comparison for Tony Wroten? Joe Kaiser from ESPN Insider thinks Tyreke Evans, while Kevin Pelton from Basketball Prospectus suggests that Jeremy Lin may be similar. Would a Rajon Rando comparison be too much of a stretch?
  • Before Jeremy Lin went on a tear for the New York Knicks, Ronald "Flip" Murray went on a similar out-of-nowhere-holy-crap-is-this-happening stretch for the Seattle Supersonics back in 2003. Murray scored more than 20 points in 10 out of the Sonics' 11 first games of the 2003-04 season; he was replacing the injured Ray Allen at the time. Here's a game recap from when Murray was in the middle of his incredible run.
  • Q13 Sports' Aaron Levine blasted Steve Kelley's recent column on forgiving David Stern by saying, "Unless forgiving Stern is simply a ploy to soften the commissioner up for an interview, I just don't get the rationale." I'm never forgiving Stern — yes I want the Sonics back, but kissing Stern's butt is not necessary.
  • Spring Training started yesterday. Yes, it really did. Here's an in-depth AP report on the Mariners first spring workout that featured new Mariner pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma.

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