Percy Allen: Is it time to hit the panic button for Washington's basketball team?

SEATTLE — For the first time since 2002 — when Lorenzo Romar took over — the Washington men’s basketball team has started a season 0-3. The Huskies return home from a dreadful three-games-in-five-days road trip in which they’ve lost by at least 14 points in each outing. UW’s latest setback — a 76-62 defeat at Utah on Thursday — marked a slight improvement for a team that lost by 34 and 15 points respectively in its two previous games. Here are three impressions. ——— The new offense isn’t working. That’s a simple and basic analysis of Washington’s revamped attack, which is supposed to feature a…

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