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  • Lacy working to regain touch

    PULLMAN – DaVonte Lacy caught pass after pass, moving from the corner to the wing to the top of the key, jumping, flicking his wrist and releasing shot after shot …


  • Lacy working to regain touch

    DaVonte Lacy caught pass after pass, moving from the corner to the wing to the top of the key, jumping, flicking his wrist and releasing shot after shot after shot …


  • Cal hands WSU third straight loss

    BERKELEY, Calif. – Tired of their newfound reputation as a soft, passion-starved outfit, the California men’s basketball team held a players-only, “Come-to-Jesus” meeting following a bad loss to Washington on …


  • Cal hands WSU third straight loss

    Tired of their newfound reputation as a soft, passion-starved outfit, the California men’s basketball team held a players-only, “Come-to-Jesus” meeting following a bad loss to Washington on Wednesday.


  • Cougars lose third consecutive game

    The Cougars (9-7, 0-3) are frittering away much of the goodwill accumulated during their encouraging 9-4 start, heading back to Pullman now on a three-game losing streak.


  • WSU hopes to add to Cal’s woes

    BERKELEY, Calif. – The Washington State men’s basketball team hasn’t had a great deal of success at Haas Pavilion in recent years. The Cougars haven’t left California’s gym with a …


  • WSU hopes to add to Cal’s woes

    The Washington State men’s basketball team hasn’t had a great deal of success at Haas Pavilion in recent years. The Cougars haven’t left California’s gym with a win since the …


  • Cougars go cold, fall to Stanford

    STANFORD, Calif. – There were no last-minute heroics by the opponent this time, no “if only” scenarios for Washington State to replay as it boarded a charter flight back to …


  • Cold stretch dooms Cougs against Stanford

    Stanford didn’t win here because it made the bigger play in the final seconds, as a handful of Cougar foes have this season. The Cardinal won because it made plays, …


  • Cougars basketball ready to pile up frequent-flyer miles

    STANFORD, Calif. – Turns out all that Pac-12 television money is good for class attendance. But maybe not as good for player sleep schedules. When Washington State finishes its 7 …


  • Cougars basketball ready to pile up frequent-flyer miles

    When Washington State finishes its 7 p.m. game at Stanford Wednesday, the Cougars will head directly to the airport and board a charter plane back to Pullman, where players will …


  • Blanchette: Nobody had great night at Beasley

    PULLMAN – So that last 3-pointer: Did it get off in a time or not? Oh, sorry. That’s a call the officials didn’t have a chance to get wrong here …


  • Cougars disappointed in Pac-12 opener against Huskies

    PULLMAN – Brock Motum sat with his head down, his 6-foot-10 frame enveloping a small set of stairs inside Beasley Coliseum’s drab concourse, before taking questions by himself in the …


  • Cougars suffer agonizing loss to Huskies

    Brock Motum sat with his head down, his 6-foot-10 frame enveloping a small set of stairs inside Beasley Coliseum’s drab concourse, before taking questions by himself in the media room.


  • Cougars host to Huskies in men’s basketball

    PULLMAN – Ken Bone doesn’t necessarily dismiss the numbers. But Washington State’s coach knows better than to draw sweeping conclusions based on wins over Big Sky and Southwestern Athletic Conference …


  • Cougars try out improved defense on Huskies

    Ken Bone doesn’t necessarily dismiss the numbers. But Washington State’s coach knows better than to draw sweeping conclusions based on wins over Big Sky and Southwestern Athletic Conference teams.


  • Pac-12 basketball on its way up

    The jokesters chose different forms of delivery, but the content of the punch line was consistent throughout college basketball’s 2011-12 season. The Pac-12, quite simply, wasn’t very good. Not at …


  • Cougars make short work of Idaho State

    KENNEWICK – This trip to the Tri-Cities felt very business-like for the Washington State men’s basketball team. Get in, win, get out. And get on with a stretch of games …


  • Cougars take home game on the road

    KENNEWICK – There was a time when Ken Bone wanted to play as many games in Pullman as possible. That’s where his Washington State team practices every day, the coach …


  • Cougars take home game on the road

    There was a time when Ken Bone wanted to play as many games in Pullman as possible. Then he saw what attendance can be like during Christmas break. So the …


  • Lacy scores 19 as WSU scraps past Buffalo in Seattle

    SEATTLE – Forget the name on the front of their jerseys, their lack of TV appearances, their conference affiliation. The Buffalo Bulls might not have been the kind of marquee …


  • WSU defeats game Bulls

    Buffalo Bulls give WSU all they can handle but Cougars come out on top.


  • Intense start to fatherhood

    PULLMAN – High on positive thoughts and low on sleep, Mike Ladd could only stare at his daughter through the glass those first few days. No touching. No holding. No …


  • Sluggish Cougars get past Fresno State

    PULLMAN – Minutes prior to the beginning of Washington State’s 59-50 win over Fresno State here on Sunday, a reasonable person could have wondered why so many fans chose to …


  • Blanchette: Thrilling game sends message across state

    PULLMAN – All the hoohah and hand-wringing that goes on every single year about the mutual disdain that keeps Gonzaga University and the University of Washington from meeting on the …


  • Pangos’ layup gives GU win over WSU

    PULLMAN – Kelly Olynyk leapt over chairs, climbed into the bleachers and slapped hands with Gonzaga supporters, bouncing, smiling, ignoring the cut-your-hair taunts from the few Washington State students who …


  • Cougs know size of challenge Gonzaga presents

    PULLMAN – He grew up in Spokane, accompanying his parents to Gonzaga basketball games in “the old Kennel” during the beginning of the Bulldogs’ glory days. Today, Washington State freshman …


  • Cougars know big challenge Bulldogs present

    PULLMAN – He grew up in Spokane, accompanying his parents to Gonzaga basketball games in “the old Kennel” during the beginning of the Bulldogs’ glory days. Wednesday, Washington State freshman …


  • Cougars ground Pilots

    PULLMAN – If these games wind up being close, Washington State coach Ken Bone says, at least his team will be prepared for the rigors of the Pac-12 schedule. That’s …


  • Shelton’s late 3 sparks Cougars

    PULLMAN – D.J. Shelton has been telling his coach he can shoot. For about a year now. And gradually, Ken Bone started to believe him.

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