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Huskies Win Exhibition, Lose Simmons

C.J. Wilcox (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

SEATTLE - It was a good news, bad news night for the Washington Huskies as they unveiled their 2012/2013 Men's Basketball team. The good news; a 30-point win over Central Washington in their one and only exhibition game. The bad news; they'll miss one of the leaders for the better part of two months with a knee injury.

"Finally got to play one, so…good," Washington Head Coach Lorenzo Romar said after the Huskies' 95-65 win over the Wildcats in front of an announced attendance of 4985 at Alaska Airlines Arena. "Now we can move on and prepare for Sunday for our real opener. Really pleased with the second half and our guys' effort. Our guys continue to play and not play to the score, which I think is very important...

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