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Husky Men's Basketball

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

January 23, 2011 at 10:33 AM

Pac-10 roundup: There’s UW and then there’s everyone else

Let’s start with the highlights from Washington’s 85-78 win yesterday over Arizona State. The UW crew produced the video (above).
Here’s a highlight clip from Foxsports.com and this is from ESPN.com.
SUNDAY MORNING LINKS:
Jerry Brewer begins the links with a look at UW’s game and the benefits of winning a close, tough game.
Our game story focuses on Matthew Bryan-Amaning and Isaiah Thomas.
— It’s not necessarily Pac-10 related, but Steve Kelley penned a nice column about the power basketball to bring people of different races together.
Tough loss for Washington State last night against Arizona. The Cougars had a great chance to send the game into overtime, but Klay Thompson missed a 12-foot, step-back jumper.
Derrick Williams scored 17 points and collected 19 rebounds to lead the Wildcats to a comeback 65-63 win over the Cougars.
— New Oregon coach Dana Altman won his first Civil War upsetting Oregon State 63-59 thanks to a balanced scoring attack from E.J. Singler (16 point), Garret Sim (15) and Jay-R Stowbridge (15).
Bad starts have plagued the Beavers all season and it happened again yesterday when they fell behind by 17 points to the Ducks.
— It’s not a $200 million new arena, but Oregon State coach Craig Robinson knows that he’s going to compete for recruits against cross-state rival Oregon than the Beavers have to break ground on the proposed $15 million practice facility this summer.
— UCLA recovered from an 14-point deficit and recovered to win 68-57 over Stanford in a nationally televised game on CBS. The Bruins are tied for second in the Pac-10 with Arizona.
— Since the Cardinal upset Washington, it has lost three straight games including an 0-for-LA road trip this weekend.
— California blanketed USC star Nikola Vucevic with a zone that held him to six points and enabled the Bears to walk out of the Galen Center with a 68-66 victory that pushed them above .500. Cal (10-9) is 3-4 in the Pac-10.
— One step forward, one step back for USC which fell to 3-4 in the conference following the defeat to Cal. Whenever the Trojans see a zone, they fall apart. Donte Smith scored 24 points, but he’s not the guy USC wants scoring.

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