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Husky Men's Basketball

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

January 21, 2011 at 10:05 AM

Video highlights: Arizona

Lots a dunks, one-handed flushes and alley-oop jams from Washington’s 85-68 win over Arizona last night. Thanks the the UW video department for highlight clip. Here’s a link to another highlight video.
AROUND THE PAC-10:
— In a bit of foreshadowing, Steve Kelley writes: “If they keep playing the way they did Thursday, things can be sweeter than 16 for Washington.:
— Here’s our game story.
— The Arizona Daily Star provides this write-up after the game.
— More breakdown and analysis from an Arizona perspective.
— Arizona made the trip to Washington without reserves Daniel Bejarano (flu) and Dondre Wise (dental surgery).
— The short-handed Arizona State Sun Devils lost their fifth straight Pac-10 game 78-61 last night at Washington State. Starter wing Carrick Felix, reserve Brandon Dunson and associate head coach Dedrique Taylor stayed home because of the flu.
— Junor forward DeAngelo Casto scored a career-high 25 points to carry the Cougars to the victory. Sophomore guard Reggie Moore returned from a one-game suspension, while reserve guard Faisal Aden sat out because of a knee injury.
— USC forced Stanford to miss 49 of 63 shots for the lowest field-goal percentage (22.2%) for a USC opponent since 1998. The Trojans won 65-42.
— Freshman guard Anthony Brown was Stanford’s leading scorer (nine points), which tells you just about all you need to know about the Cardinal’s offensive struggles.
— After his zero-point, five-foul effort against Oregon, Reeves Nelson bounced back in a big way and sank the game-winning putback that gave UCLA an 86-84 win over California.
— UCLA freshman center Joshua Smith did not play in the second half and suffered a mild concussion after hitting his head on the floor during a first half fall.
Gritty effort from Cal, which rallied from a 15-point deficit with nine minutes left (65-50) and from eight down with a minute to go (79-71) to tie the game at 84-84.

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