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Husky Men's Basketball

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

December 17, 2014 at 11:05 PM

Game report: No. 16 Washington 86, Grambling State 38

Shawn Kemp Jr. flushes one of his five dunks during No. 16 Washington's 86-38 win over Grambling State. Kemp finished with a career-high 21 points. (Photo credit: Dean Rutz - Seattle Times)

Shawn Kemp Jr. flushes one of his five dunks during No. 16 Washington’s 86-38 win over Grambling State. Kemp finished with a career-high 21 points. (Photo credit: Dean Rutz – Seattle Times)

No. 16 WASHINGTON 86, Grambling State 38

PLAYER OF THE GAME

Shawn Kemp Jr. scored a career-high 21 points on 9-for-12 shooting,  including five dunks. He made 3 of 6 free throws and collected four rebounds in 25 minutes. Kemp’s previous scoring high was 18 points.

PLAY OF THE GAME

Late in the first half, Robert Upshaw raced down the middle of the paint, received a pass from Mike Anderson and flushed a one-handed jam that brought the crowd of 5,289 at Alaska Airlines Arena to its feet. The basket gave Washington a 32-6 lead with 5:59 remaining.

TURNING POINT

Believe it or not, Grambling State had a lead. It was brief, but the Tigers were up 3-2 at the 17:20 mark. Four minutes later, the Huskies led by 10 (13-3) and the rout was on.

QUOTABLE

“We knew this was going to be an easy game,” – Kemp.

BY THE NUMBERS

10 – Grambling State’s offensive rebounds. Washington wanted to limit the Tigers to nine.

14 – Baskets by Grambling State, which had 17 turnovers.

48 – Margin of victory, which ranks eighth among Washington’s most lopsided victories in modern day (after 1975) history.

 

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