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Washington Men's Hoops Get Easy Victory Against SPU

The UW Husky Mens' basketball team got an easy victory in an exhibition win against Div-II Seattle Pacific Friday Night.

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The Husky Men's Basketball team cruised to an easy 77-60 win over Division-II Seattle Pacific Friday night at Hec Edmundson Pavilion in an exhibition game. C.J. Wilson scored a game-high 19 points while hitting 5-of-12 from 3 point land. Also contributing was sophomore Terrance Ross, who scored 15 points on 6-of-8 shooting and grabbed 8 rebounds and Abdul Gaddy added 15 points, four assists, and four rebounds.

SPU beat 16th-ranked Arizona last week but the Huskies never gave them a chance on Friday. Freshman Tony Wroten Jr wowed the crowd with some flashy passing and an alley oop. Impressive performance, considering Wroten is recently coming off a minor arthroscopic surgery.

"You talk about the good and the bad - he turned the ball over four times, but he was all over the place," coach Lorenzo Romar said of Wroten. "He's getting offensive rebounds. He's passing. He has his hand in everything.

"With Tony, understand he practiced twice after his surgery. This was his third time on the floor playing after surgery."

Wroten finished with 10 points, six rebounds and four assists. Off to a good start on the year.