The Huskies are off the court from their open practice at the Rose Garden.
As usual, the work ended with a dunk session for the fans. Frankly, there weren't many fans in here in this mid-afternoon on a Wednesday. But those who were here seemed entertained.
I thought the best dunk was a nice, under-one-leg-and-in effort by Venoy Overton.
Isaiah Thomas gets credit for using Joe Wolfinger as a prop -- leaping over him and dunking. However, Wolfinger was considerable bent at the waist, so I had to subtract points for that.
Another nice one was the combo of Overton bouncing the ball off the backboard with Quincy Pondexter swooping in to slam it home. Scott Suggs and Justin Holiday tried a cool variation of that -- with Suggs bouncing the ball off the side of the backboard -- but Holiday couldn't finish.
A Holiday dunk probably got the biggest reaction, as his sliced between Jon Brockman and Artem Wallace, and they each boosted him as he leapt, reaching quite a height and slamming it home.