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UW Pre-Season - Five Questions

Abdul Gaddy (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

SEATTLE - As hard as it is to believe, basketball season is already here. The Huskies lost four of five starters from last season's NCAA Tournament squad, but optimism is running high for a UW program picked fourth in the annual Pac-12 media poll. Here are a few key questions heading into the 2011-2012 season.

1) How will Abdul Gaddy and Tony Wroten sync? Probably the most commonly asked question heading into this season revolves around how incumbent starter Abdul Gaddy and freshman phenom Tony Wroten, Jr. will gel on the court. Are they comfortable playing off ball, or do they need the ball in their hands to be effective? Are their jumpers sufficient to discourage opponents from sagging on them...

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