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Husky Men's Basketball

The latest news and analysis on Husky men's hoops.

January 16, 2011 at 6:05 AM

Washington State’s Reggie Moore suspended indefinitely

Sophomore guard Reggie Moore didn’t play in Washington State’s 61-58 victory over Stanford and coach Ken Bone said the sophomore guard is indefinitely suspended after being arrested on two marijuana-related charges last week.
High-scoring reserve guard Faisal Aden started in place of Moore and he finished with 20 points. Junior guard Klay Thompson led WSU with 21 points.
Moore, a former Rainier Beach star, watched the game from the bench in street clothes.
AROUND THE PAC-10:
— Stanford had its 8-game Maples Pavilion winning streak snapped on Saturday by Washington State.
— Arizona moved into a first-place tie with Washington atop the Pac-10 after riding Derrick Williams’ big game to an 80-69 victory over cross-state rival Arizona State.
— UCLA handed Oregon its first defeat at new Matt Arena, a 67-59 loss. The Bruins also won both games in the state of Oregon this weekend.
— Without injured forward Joevan Catron, Oregon didn’t have the size up front to contend with Bruins big men Josh Smith and Reeves Nelson.
— Impressive 80-76 victory for Oregon State, which snapped a three-game losing streak following the win over USC.
— The Trojans are 0-6 against the Oregon schools following their defeat to the Beavers.

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