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February 4, 2015 at 9:39 PM

Game report: Oregon 78, Washington 74

Oregon guard Joseph Young (3) hits a fade-away jump shot during the second half. The Ducks won 78-74 at Matthew Knight Arena on February 4, 2015. (Photo credit: Ryan Kang - Daily Emerald)

Oregon guard Joseph Young (3) hits a fade-away jump shot during the second half. The Ducks won 78-74 at Matthew Knight Arena on February 4, 2015. (Photo credit: Ryan Kang – Daily Emerald)

GAME REPORT — Oregon 78, Washington 74.

PLAYER OF THE GAME — Joseph Young tallied a season-high tying 32 points. It was the most the Huskies had allowed this season. The Oregon senior guard converted 12 of 21 shots, including 4 of 9 three-pointers. He was 4 of 4 on free throws. Young also had three rebounds and two assists in 40 minutes.

TURNING POINT — The game wasn’t decided until their final possession that ended in a turnover. Mike Anderson jumped in the air and threw a pass intended for Nigel Williams-Goss, but the throw was intercepted by Jalil Abdul-Bassit with 5.6 seconds left. Washington was hoping to get the ball inside to Shawn Kemp Jr. or settle for a three-pointer from Donaven Dorsey.

QUOTABLE — “We’re so close. We just got to do a little more and we’ll get over the hump.” — Lorenzo Romar.

BY THE NUMBERS:

4 – Consecutive losses by Washington.

11 – Times the lead changed. The scored was tied 12 times.

13 – Missed three-pointers from the Huskies. They attempted 16. Donaven Dorsey made all three behind the arc.

46 – Points in the paint for UW.

UP NEXT — At Oregon State (14-7, 5-4), 1:30 p.m. Sunday at Gill Coliseum (Fox Sports 1).

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