Backup guard Andrew Andrews, who has missed the past three games due to a sprained right ankle, may return Thursday when Washington hosts Cal Poly San Luis Obispo at Edmundson Pavilion.
In a radio interview this morning with KJR-AM, coach Lorenzo Romar said: “There’s a slight chance he could play in Thursday’s game. He still hasn’t been able to practice yet. So it’s hard to say if he’ll be able to play.”
Washington (6-4) has two home games before finishing the non-conference season at Connecticut and starting Pac-12 play with three consecutive road games. Romar is optimistic about how the Huskies have progressed.
“With our guys coming back and our guys understanding what we’re trying to do,” he said. :I feel like even though we’re not efficient every time we’re out there on the floor every possession, I feel underneath it all it’s kind of coming together. And I’m pretty excited about that.”