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2010 Wooden Award Ballot Sent to Voters

2010 JOHN R. WOODEN AWARD®

BALLOT OUT TO VOTERS

Voting Underway to Select Wooden All American team and Wooden Award Winner

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Wednesday’s Wooden Watch

Kansas senior point guard Sherron Collins had 17 points, two rebounds and four assists in the #2 Jayhawks’ 82-65 win over in-state rival Kansas. The win gave Kansas the outright Big 12 title. Collins made five of 15 shots from the field and all six free throws. He has won 125 games in his career, the most in school history.

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Tuesday’s Wooden Watch

Wesley Johnson had 13 points, five rebounds, four assists and four blocks to lead the #1 Orangemen to their second Big East outright title with an 85-66 win over St. John’s. The Iowa State transfer made five of ten shots from the field and all three free throws.

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Friday’s Wooden Watch

Butler, ranked #10 in the country by ESPN/USA Today, won their 18th straight game with a 74-69 win over Valparaiso, despite missing Gordon Hayward, who was out with a back injury. Hayward leads the Bulldogs in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots.

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Saturday’s Wooden Watch

Wesley Johnson had his eleventh double-double of the year as he helped lead the #4 Orangemen to a 95-77 over #8 Villanova. The junior forward had a well-rounded game as he finished with 14 points, ten rebounds and four assists. He was two of eleven from the field, two of six from three-point range and made eight of ten free throws.

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Sunday’s Wooden Watch

Duke’s Jon Scheyer and Kyle Singler combined for 41 points as they led the #5 Blue Devils to a 67-49 win over Virginia. The senior Scheyer bounced back from a poor shooting effort against Tulsas, making eight of 14 from the field and four of seven from beyond the arc. He finished with 20 points, three rebounds and three assists.

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Monday’s Wooden Watch

Two midseason John R. Wooden Award candidates square off each Monday night.

Da’Sean Butler of #8 West Virginia had a well-rounded game in the Mountaineers’ 81-68 win over #20 Georgetown. He had 22 points, six rebounds and six assists in the Big East win. He made seven of 16 shots from the field, two of seven from three-point range and six of seven from the charity stripe. West Virginia improved to 23-6 with the victory as they are eyeing a number two seed.

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Wednesday’s Wooden Watch

Robbie Hummel from Purdue suffered a torn ACL in the #3 Boilermakers 59-58 victory over Minnesota. He had gotten off to a strong start, making four of seven from the field as he scored eleven points in twelve minutes. Unfortunately, he will miss the remainder of the season.

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Thursday’s Wooden Watch

Thursday saw a light evening of action for John R. Wooden candidates, but the players had key roles in their nationally ranked teams giving key wins.

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Tuesday’s Wooden Watch

There was little action among the midseason John R. Wooden Big East candidates Tuesday. However, three players led their nationally ranked teams to wins last night.

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