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Suggs' return can't come too soon

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Scott Suggs is returning, and for the Washington Huskies, that's a good thing. The Nevada game pretty much demonstrated everything you love and hate about this year's squad. Chalk it up to inexperience, new roles or any other rationale you can think of to explain their early struggles, but this isn't a team with a high collective basketball IQ.

Abdul Gaddy and Tony Wroten have yet to mesh when they're on the floor together and the offense just seems…off. Not that there's any reason to throw in the towel, because they still have time to get it together. But the clock is ticking. The chances of the Pac-12 sending more than three teams to the NCAA tournament are slim to none. It's now or never, and they need a lift. Enter Scott Suggs...

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