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November 2, 2012 at 7:21 AM

Poll: Who wins the Pac-12?

Not sure what we learned from Thursday’s Pac-12 Media Day other than California coach Mike Montgomery is still admittedly a nutcase a year after his health scare, Washington State coach Ken Bone wants more time to turn around the Cougars and Oregon State coach Craig Robinson has been stumping for his brother-in-law on his off…

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September 25, 2012 at 11:15 AM

Report: Jayhawks visit Aaron Gordon today

Kansas coach Bill Self will visit Aaron Gordon at his San Jose home today, according to Adam Zagoria. The visit is sandwiched between Gordon’s official trip to Oregon last week and his trip to Washington this week. In an interview with 247sports.com’s Matt Prehm, Gordon gushed about Oregon’s facilities, particularly Matthew Knight Arena. “I was…

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September 24, 2012 at 4:32 PM

Reggie Moore booted from WSU

Reggie Moore has been dismissed from Washington State for violating team rules. In a release from the school, coach Ken Bone said: :”Reggie has been an important part of the basketball program for the last three years and I wish him the very best in the future.” Moore, a senior point guard from Seattle’s Rainier Beach…

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August 14, 2012 at 2:13 PM

Tuesday links: Pac-12 exhibition update

It shouldn’t surprise anyone if Washington State senior Brock Motum wins the Pac-12 scoring title for a second straight season. However, if he doesn’t receive more help, then the Cougars will finish in the bottom half of the conference for the fifth straight year. WSU lost 86-81 to the Cairns Taipans of the National Basketball League…

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August 13, 2012 at 11:33 AM

Summer league ends tonight

Three Washington players are expected to compete in the championship game at the North Seattle Community College Summer League tonight. Sophomores Desmond Simmons and Hikeem Stewart lead a team that will take on redshirt freshman Jernard Jarreau for the league title. Perhaps the most interesting game is a consolation matchup that pits Scott Suggs and C.J. Wilcox…

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August 8, 2012 at 11:42 AM

Pac-12 basketball summer trips

More than half of the Pac-12 is leaving the country this month to play exhibitions against international competition. Washington State was the first to leave and the Cougars posted a 75-74 win Tuesday against the Melbourne Tigers of the NBL (National Basketball League). Brock Motum scored 14 of his 21 points in the second half, including…

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March 30, 2012 at 8:05 PM

Pac-12 season ends with a defeat

Washington State lost 71-65 at Pittsburgh in the third and final game of the CBI championship series, which gave the Panthers the title. Reggie Moore led Washington State (19-18) with 18 points. The Cougars played the entire series without Pac-12 leading scorer Brock Motum, who sprained his ankle in a semfinal win at Oregon State. Here’s a…

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March 8, 2012 at 8:06 AM

Who’s going to be UW’s star this year?

It never gets old. The last time the Huskies played at the Staples Center, Isaiah Thomas made a shot that will play on for eternity. Washington sophomore guard Terrence Ross said last year’s Pac-10 Tournament was a special moment for him because he received his first start, played exceptionally well in all three games as a…

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March 7, 2012 at 8:12 PM

Scouting report: Oregon State

Scouting report: No. 9 Oregon State
Game info: noon Thursday at Staples Center (19,060 capacity)
TV: FSN (Kevin Calabro, Don MacLean and Rebecca Harlow.)
Radio: KJR 950 AM and 102.9 FM (Bob Rondeau and Jason Hamilton)
Record: 18-13.
Stats/schedule: Click here.
Game notes: Click here.
Coach: Craig Robinson is 61-69 in his fourth season with the Beavers. He’s 91-97 overall in six years. His previous stint was at Brown were he had a 17-11 record.
Prediction: Picked to finish eighth in the Pac-12 by media.
Series: Washington leads 154-136 in a series that began in 1904. Lorenzo Romar is 16-5 against OSU and Robinson is 1-7 versus UW.
Last meeting: Neither team led by more than six points in a seesaw battle that wasn’t decided until the final minute. Washington led by just two points with 25 seconds left and converted five of six free throws down the stretch to claim a 75-72 win at Gill Coliseum on Feb. 12. Terrence Ross finished with 21 points and 13 rebounds, C.J. Wilcox had 17 points and Tony Wroten Jr. added 12 points and seven rebounds.
Previous game: Beat No. 8 Washington State 69-64 in the first round on Tuesday.
PLAYERS TO WATCH:
— Junior guard Jared Cunningham (above) scored 23 points, but had a tough night shooting in the last game versus Washington. He missed 13 of 20 shots, but was solid at the line where he made 7 of 8. Cunningham also had seven rebounds and four turnovers in 38 minutes.
Cunningham struggled Tuesday against WSU. He was held to a season-low four points on 1-for-8 shooting. However, Cunningham played solid defense on Reggie Moore and forced him into a 3-for-16 shooting performance.
Cunningham, a first-team all-conference pick, had his streak of 22 straight double-figure games snapped against the Cougars. He led the Pac-12 in scoring with an 18.2 points per game average. He was also the conference leader in steals averaging 2.6.
Cunningham is a slasher, extremely athletic and one of the best dunkers in the league. Cunningham likes to attack the basket and draw fouls. He leads the league with 179 free throws and 237 attempts. Cunninham is improving as a three-point shooter. He’s shooting 33.7 percent behind the arc. Still his specialty is driving to the basket. He very fast and has a quick first step.
Devon Collier tends to take a backseat to Cunningham and becomes assertive when pushed. If he’s aggressive, he can be a nightmare. At 6-10 and 215 pounds, he’s can be a difficult matchup when he’s active. The sophomore forward leads the conference with a .605 field goal percentage and is fifth in blocked shots averaging 1.3. It’s not difficult to find Collier. He hardly ever leaves the paint and hasn’t attempted a three-pointer this season. He runs the floor well for a big man and likes to finish in transition with dunks. He also likes to set screens before rolling to the basket and retrieving a pass for a dunk.
Ahmad Starks is a streaky shooter. He made four three-pointers in the opening minutes Tuesday, but only attempted one trey in the second half. In the last game against Washington, Starks scored 14 points on 6-for-15 shooting. He also had a career-high seven rebounds, which is somewhat outstanding for the 5-9 guard. Starks has 51 steals.

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