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N'Diaye deserves his props

Aziz N'Diaye (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

SEATTLE - It's hard not to love Aziz N'Diaye. In his third year at Washington, The Huskies' gentle giant has emerged as one of the biggest game altering forces in the Pac-12, and a key reason why Washington has roared out of the gate to start conference play.

"He gives us confidence, you can trust your teammate is going to be back there," said junior guard C.J. Wilcox after Washington's 64-54 win to give UW a share of their best conference start under Lorenzo Romar. "All these quick guards that can get by us, we know we have him back there that can alter the shot or block it which definitely helps." N'Diaye's emergence as a defensive dynamo isn't all...

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