CU men’s basketball: Josh Scott named first team All-Pac-12

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For the second time in his Colorado Buffaloes career, senior Josh Scott earned first team All-Pac-12 Conference honors.


For the second time in his decorated career, Colorado Buffaloes senior Josh Scott was named to the 10-player first team of the All-Pac-12 Conference selections. Scott also was one of five players named to the All-Defensive team.

Scott enters this week’s league tournament ranked fifth in the conference in scoring (16.5), fourth in rebounding (8.7), and ninth in field goal percentage (.541). Scott ranks fourth in blocked shots per game (1.7), having recorded a career-best 49. The senior from Monument also established a new career-best with 52 assists, shattering his previous career-high of 29.

Redshirt junior Wesley Gordon was an honorable mention selection for the All-Defensive team.

The All-Pac-12 Conference first team:

Rosco Allen, Stanford, Sr.

Ryan Anderson, Arizona, Sr.

Andrew Andrews, Washington, Sr.

Dillon Brooks, Oregon, So.

Jaylen Brown, Cal, Fr.

Elgin Cook, Oregon, Sr.

Julian Jacobs, USC, Jr.

Gary Payton II, Oregon State, Sr.

Jakob Poeltl, Utah, So.

Josh Scott, Colorado, Sr.

The Pac-12 Conference All-Defensive team:

Chris Boucher, Oregon, Sr.

Gary Payton II, Oregon State, Sr.

Josh Scott, Colorado, Sr.

Brandon Taylor, Utah, Sr.

Kaleb Tarczewski, Arizona, Sr.


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