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May 23, 2014 at 11:43 AM

Andrew Andrews selected to Pac-12 team headed to China

Andrew Andrews (Photo credit: Lindsey Wasson - Seattle Times)

Washington guard Andrew Andrews is headed to China. (Photo credit: Lindsey Wasson – Seattle Times)

Washington guard Andrew Andrews is one of 13 players who will participate on an all-star Pac-12 team that will play four games in China this summer.

Andrews, who averaged 12.3 points and 3.9 rebounds last season as a sophomore, highlights a squad that features Washington State guard DaVonte Lacy, Utah forward Jordan Loveridge and Colorado forward Xavier Johnson.

The other members of the team include: Arizona State guard Bo Barnes, Oregon State guard Malcolm Duvivier, Arizona guard Jacob Hazzard, USC forward Nikola Jovanic, California forward Roger Moute a Bidias, Oregon State center Cheikh N’diaye, Utah center Jeremy Olsen, Stanford center Schuyler Rimmer and Utah guard Brandon Taylor.

Utah’s Larry Krystkowiak replaces Craig Robinson, the former Oregon State coach, and will lead the all-star delegates on a 10-day tour.

It’s the Pac-12’s first all-star tour since the conference sent both a men’s and women’s all-star team to Japan in 1996.

The team begins practice in San Francisco on Aug. 7 and departs for China on Aug. 10.

Here’s the travel itinerary

Aug. 11: Arrive Shanghai, China
Aug. 13: Game 1 vs. Chinese University All-Stars (Shanghai)
Aug. 14: Game 2 vs. Jiangsu Dragons or Shanghai Sharks (Nantong)
Aug. 15: Pac-12 Academic Symposium
Aug. 16: Game 3 vs. Shanghai Sharks (Shanghai)
Aug. 17: Youth clinic at the Yi Jianlian Basketball Camp
Aug. 18: Game 4 vs. Guangdong Southern Tigers (Shenzhen)
Aug. 19 or 20: Depart for United States

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