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07/14/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Nigel Williams-Goss played for Utah’s 2017 summer league team after he was drafted in the second round.
07/14/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Washington received a verbal commitment on Monday from 2020 four-star Eastside Catholic Sam Adams, who is now the highest-ranked in-state commit in the Huskies' class.
07/13/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

07/12/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Prior to Washington’s public unveiling of its new Adidas football uniforms on Wednesday, Todd Rolak — Adidas’ Senior Design Director of US Sports — agreed to an email interview explaining the thought process behind many of the design decisions.
07/12/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Six of Washington's 11 verbal commits thus far in 2020 hail from the state of California, likely with more to come. Here's why that matters, and how McMillan is helping out.
07/10/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Washington's new Adidas football uniforms were unveiled to the public on Wednesday. The school's 10-year, $119 million sponsorship deal with Adidas went into effect July 1.
07/08/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

The dent in Faatui Tuitele's chest is a constant reminder of his decision not to get surgery to repair a torn pectoral muscle last year. What will it mean for his UW football career? And did he make the right decision?
07/07/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Faatui Tuitele used to lie awake at night, listening to rats scurry across the kitchen floor. He shared a 3-bedroom apartment in Hawaii’s projects with 11 family members. And he loved it. He always will.
07/04/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Four-star 2020 offensive lineman Myles Murao — an All-American Bowl and Polynesian Bowl All-American — verbally committed to Washington on Monday.
07/03/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Former Husky Isaiah Thomas agreed to come to Washington on a discount. The meager contract, however, is a sacrifice he needs to make as he hopes to revive his stalled career.
07/03/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Adidas can give more individualized attention to the Huskies than Nike, columnist Larry Stone writes. And with UW as the company’s de facto flagship on the West Coast, they have a vested interest in making sure everything about the Adidas brand on campus is successful.
07/02/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

This, ladies and gentlemen, was no ordinary ride around the lake. This was Day 2 of Washington's partnership with Adidas. (In fact, due to showers, The PartnerShip never technically departed from the dock.)
07/01/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

West is the Huskies' second tight end verbal commit in the 2020 class, joining Mark Redman. Washington could add a third tight end as well.
07/01/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Washington's 10-year, $120 million sponsorship deal with Adidas officially went into effect on Monday. The program's new football uniforms are set to be unveiled on July 10.
06/27/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Former Washington Huskies standouts Matisse Thybulle and Jaylen Nowell start the pro careers on Friday.
06/25/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Four-star Fresno, Calif. wide receiver Jalen McMillan announced a verbal commitment to Washington on Tuesday. McMillan is the most highly-ranked addition to UW's 2020 class thus far.
06/24/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Bill Walton is a keynote speaker for the third annual sustainability conference, which begins Tuesday in Seattle.
06/22/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

It’s been nine years since Sami Whitcomb walked off the Alaska Airlines Arena court after finishing a bittersweet career with the Washington Huskies. “I have a lot of tough memories there, but also a lot of amazing memories too,” said Whitcomb, a Storm guard who returns to UW when Seattle (6-4) hosts Indiana (5-5) at […]
06/21/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

The last word on Pac-12 basketball in 2018-19 came from NBA general managers, who weren’t exact complimentary. No lottery picks, only two first-rounders, six total, and more players selected from Gonzaga than UCLA and Arizona combined.
06/21/2019   Seattle Times: Huskies

Three-star 2020 Redmond High School linebacker Carson Bruener — the son of former UW tight end Mark Bruener — verbally committed to the Huskies on Friday.
06/20/2019   Seattle PI Huskies

CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — Matisse Thybulle never worked out for an NBA team like so many first-round prospects. The 76ers told Thybulle early in the draft process they were interested — and on draft night, they made their move.

The Sixers landed Thybulle as the latest piece to a franchise making a serious push toward an NBA title. Thybulle, 6-foot-5, 200 pounds, was a four-year player for the Huskies and was the 2018-19 Naismith Defensive Player of the Year. He's considered one of the best defensive players in the draft and earned the nickname "The Disruptor" as the only player in Pac-12 history with two 100-steal seasons.

"Defense translates For me, defense means effort," Thybulle said.

The Sixers sent the 24th and 33rd overall picks of the draft to Boston so the Celtics could take Thybulle for them with the 20th pick. Two years ago, the Celtics and 76ers made another trade for a Huskies star when the Sixers moved up to the No. 1 pick to draft Markelle Fultz. That move didn't work out and Fultz was traded in February to Orlando.

Philadelphia is counting on Thybulle to contribute more than Fultz did. Thybulle was named Pac-12 men's basketball player of the year by The Associated Press after becoming the first Division I player in 20 years to have 100 steals and 70 blocked shots in a season. Thybulle was the Huskies' fourth-leading scorer at 9.2 points per game, but dominated at the top of their disruptive zone, using his long arms to block shots and reach into passing lanes. He led the nation with 3.50 steals per game.

He could turn out to be one of the surprises of the draft — even if he has plenty to learn about the Sixers.

"I don't know much other than they're a talented group with great coaching," he said.

The Sixers went 51-31 under coach Brett Brown and were...