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Husky Men's Basketball

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

December 30, 2011 at 8:54 AM

Good start for Huskies in Pac-12 race

It’s just one game, but it was a great start for Washington which is one of four undefeated teams standing atop the Pac-12 standings today.
The others include: California, Stanford and Oregon.
AROUND THE PAC-12:
— Oregon forward Olu Ashaolu stunned Washington State had 23 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Ducks to a 92-75 win at Spokane Center. The Ducks (10-3, 1-0) scored a season high and shot 71 percent from the field in the first half to build a 20-point lead.
— After being overwhelmed in the opening minutes, it may be time for WSU coach Ken Bone to tinker with the lineup. He told the Spokesman-Review: “There were times when there was no real pressure, especially on those dunks and layups.”
Allen Crabbe converted three free throws with 8.4 seconds left as California earned a hard-fought 53-49 victory over USC. Jorge Gutierrez had 13 points, seven assists, seven rebounds and four steals and Harper Kamp and Crabbe added 12 points apiece for Cal (11-3, 1-0), which remained unbeaten at Haas Pavilion. USC sophomore Maurice Jones scored 13 of his 17 points in the second half and made three late three-point shots as the Trojans (5-9, 0-1).
Josh Huestis blocked a potential go-ahead jumper by Lazeric Jones with three seconds remaining, lifting Stanford to a 60-59 victory over Pac-12 preseason favorite UCLA. Former Bellevue High star Aaron Bright had 16 points as the Cardinal (11-2, 1-0) snapped UCLA’s five-game winning streak.
— Jones was almost the star. Still he scored a career best 26 points as the Bruins fell to 7-6, 0-1.

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