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WSU on way to LA

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We're in SeaTac watching the departure board diligently as our flight to Los Angeles has already changed gate and time more than once. But while we have a few minutes, we're trying to get our post finished. ... Sorry, didn't get it done. Most of what you'll read on the link was finished on the flight. Read on.

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• Washington State: We had the news about Klay Thompson last night, so no need to repeat it here. He'll return to the lineup Thursday. Reggie Moore is still questionable with his ankle sprain. ... Thompson was part of the All-Pac-10 first team while DeAngelo Casto made second team and first team all defense. ... Tacoma's Dave Boling has some thoughts on Thompson's situation. ... Spring football kicked off yesterday and we had a story. ... And that's it from WSU.

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• Around the Pac-10: It was a weird weekend in a lot of ways for Pac-10 teams. ... Jerry Brewer tries to figure out what's gone wrong for UW down the stretch. ... With the all-conference selections announced yesterday, some players were ecstatic, others, like Oregon's Joevan Catron, not so much. ... The Beavers were part of the weird weekend noted above, which means no one knows for sure what OSU team will show up Wednesday. ... Nikola Vucevic is following in his father's footsteps. ... UCLA still isn't sure about Malcolm Lee's knee. ... The Pac-10 awards and ASU. ... And finally, Arizona was the big winner Monday, though it was limited to Derrick Williams and Sean Miller, for the most part.

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• That's all for this morning. We're visiting family and friends this afternoon and evening, so we'll be back tomorrow. Until then ...




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