Ex-Wildcat Fogg may be headed for D-League

2012-10-15T11:22:00Z 2012-10-15T11:42:07Z Ex-Wildcat Fogg may be headed for D-LeagueBy Bruce Pascoe, Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

Kyle Fogg may be headed to the D-League now that the Houston Rockets have cut him.

If so, he might reunite with former UA assistant Matt Brase, who is now a coach for Rockets affiliate Rio Grande Valley. The Houston Chronicle said Fogg is a candidate to be picked up by the Vipers.

Brase, the grandson of Lute Olson, was promoted to Russ Pennell's UA coaching staff in 2008-09 after Olson retired. Brase then coached on Pennell's Grand Canyon staff from 2009-11 before joining the Rockets' operations staff last season.

Fogg played in one game for the Rockets, last Wednesday against Oklahoma City, hitting 1 of 2 three-pointers and collecting two rebounds in 4:27 minutes.

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Now playing in Canada, Josiah Turner tells Metro Halifax that he "couldn't control all the girls and parties" at UA.

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Sean Miller tweeted that the Red-Blue Game has only about 2,000 tickets left.

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Andy Katz spoke with Miller about Mark Lyons and Kaleb Tarczewski.

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Four-star guard Darin Johnson of Sacramento, Calif., committed to Washington. According to Percy Allen of the Seattle Times, coach Lorenzo Romar hinted at the news via Twitter.

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Larry Krystkowiak is going heavy on defense in Utah's early drills.

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Sounds like former UA recruiting target Marcus Lee had a good time at Kentucky.

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Dream Vision coach Clayton Williams told the Los Angeles Times he would be shocked if former player Shabazz Muhammad weren't cleared at UCLA.

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We had a look at some preseason questions at UA if you missed it. 

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