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ROY for Roy!

Few players truly exemplify what it means to be a UW athlete better than former Husky star Brandon Roy, who capped a brilliant rookie season with the Portland Trailblazers by being named the NBA's Rookie of the Year on Wednesday. Dawgman.com caught up with Brandon Wednesday afternoon, still buzzing from the announcement.

Coming off a rookie campaign that saw Roy average 16.8 points 4.4 assists and 4 rebounds a game, the former Garfield Bulldog never doubted his chances of being the NBA's top rookie. "I thought I'd have a chance at being rookie of the year," Roy shared Wednesday after hearing the news. "My expectations were to come in and contribute but not be a ‘go-to' guy my rookie season. After my first month...

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