GAME REPORT – Washington 85, Oregon 77.
PLAYER OF THE GAME – When Washington needed a clutch basket, Andrew Andrews delivered. He was able to routinely blow past defenders and converted difficult layups en route to a personal-best tying 21 points. The junior guard sank 8 of 15 shots. He also had four assists and four rebounds in 38 minutes.
TURNING POINT – Tied 59-59 with 9:51 left, the Huskies scored 11 unanswered points to take 70-59 lead at the 6:38 mark.
QUOTABLE – “Once we stopped giving them so many open looks and we started rebounding the ball we were able to get out in transition and make it kind of track meet,” – Andrews.
BY THE NUMBERS:
1 – Free throw attempts for Oregon in the second half. The Ducks were 6 of 7 at the line.
2 – Points from junior center Gilles Dierickx, who scored his first basket of the season.
7 – Minutes from junior guard Quevyn Winters who was scoreless and took just one attempt.
8 – Three-pointers from Washington, including three from Donaven Dorsey. The Huskies are 11-0 when they make at least five three-pointers.
13 – Washington’s largest deficit. Also the Huskies’ biggest lead. And missed free throws by UW, which attempted 30.
UP NEXT – at Colorado (9-8, 2-3 Pac-12), 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Coors Events Center (Fox Sports 1).
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