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Stars Return For UW Alumni Game

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Past Husky stars returned to Alaska Airlines Arena on the campus of the University of Washington on Sunday for the first ever UW Alumni Game.

Two games played out before a nearly packed house, as well as a 3-point contest and a dunk contest.

Former UW guard Justin Dentmon won the 3-point contest and forward Darnell Gant upset NBA dunk champion Terrence Ross in the dunk contest. Legends such as Chris Welp and Eldridge Recasner played in the old-timers game, but it was the Alumni game that was the main event.

The teams were split into pre-2009 and post-2009. In a close game, it was the post-2009 team that came out victorious with a 107-103 win. Isaiah Thomas was the MVP after scoring a game-high 24 points. Wroten added 19 points and Pondexter had 17 points and six rebounds.

The pre-2009 team was led by 23 points from Tre Simmons. Spencer Hawes had 21 points and 17 rebounds, while Will Conroy had 11 assists.

Here's a look at the teams.


Spencer Hawes

Tre Simmons

Nate Robinson

Brandon Roy

Will Conroy

Bobby Jones

Hans Gasser

Jamaal Williams

Mike Jensen



Quincy Pondexter

Jon Brockman

Isaiah Thomas

Tony Wroten

Terrence Ross

Justin Dentmon

Matthew Bryan-Amaning

Justin Holiday

Ryan Appleby

Darnell Gant

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