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August 13, 2014 at 11:40 AM

Andrew Andrews helps Pac-12 All-Stars to win in exhibition opener

Washington's Andrew Andrews goes up and over a Chinese defender for a layup during the Pac-12 All-Star Team's 73-47 win over the Chinese university all-stars Wednesday in Shanghai. (Photo credit: Kory Mortensen -Utah Athletics)

Washington’s Andrew Andrews goes up and over a Chinese defender for a layup during the Pac-12 All-Star Team’s 73-47 win over the Chinese university all-stars Wednesday in Shanghai. (Photo credit: Kory Mortensen -Utah Athletics)

Andrew Andrews came off the bench and tallied 12 points to help the Pac-12 All-Star team to a 73-47 victory over the Chinese University All-Stars in Shanghai on Wednesday. It was the start to a four-game exhibition tour.

The Washington junior guard shot 4-of-7 from the field and converted all four free throws. He also added two steals, one rebound and one assist in 19 minutes.

USC’s Nikola Jovanovic scored a game-high 15 points while Utah’s Jeremy Olsen had 12 and Washington State’s DaVonte Lacy finished with eight points, eight rebounds and three assists.

Here’s a collection of pics from today’s game.

The Pac-12 all-stars play Thursday against the Jiangsu Dragons, a Chinese pro team.

WEDNESDAY MORNING LINKS:

— Washington 2015 commit David Crisp will play alongside some touted teammates this season at Brewster (N.H.) Academy.

— Most coaches would receive a raise and contract extension after guiding their team to the NCAA tournament’s Sweet 16. However, it seems as if Stanford’s Johnny Dawkins returns to the proverbial hot seat despite snapping a five-year NCAA tourney playoff drought.

— Better get used to it, Arizona is going to be be good for awhile.

— UCLA will replace the floor at Pauley Pavilion, but despite heavy flooding two weeks ago the Bruins expect to play basketball at the legendary arena this season.

— The Sporting News unveiled its regional Northwest cover (below) for its college basketball preview, which included Gonzaga’s Kevin Pangos and Oregon’s Joseph Young.

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