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  • Buffaloes avenge controversial defeat

    Spencer Dinwiddie scored 21 points and freshman Xavier Johnson added a season-high 19 as Colorado avenged a bitter overtime loss at Arizona with a 71-58 rout of the ninth-ranked Wildcats …


  • Cardinal hold off Beavers

    STANFORD, Calif. – Josh Huestis has been Stanford’s most dependable basketball player all year, and that doesn’t take into account his offensive production. He’s such a presence on defense that …


  • ’Cats edge frustrated Huskies

    Because they knew the importance of what beating No. 8 Arizona would mean, the Washington Huskies were left deflated and demoralized. Instead of a season-saving victory, the UW men’s basketball …


  • Bachynski, Sun Devils whip defenseless Bruins

    Jordan Bachynski, Arizona State’s big-lug-of-a-Canadian, was as good a place as any to start. There was so much Arizona State did right, and so much UCLA did wrong, at the …


  • Pac-12 men’s hoops: Oregon pulls away late to beat UCLA

    Tony Woods scored 18 points and No. 21 Oregon pulled away over the final 6 ½ minutes to beat No. 24 UCLA 76-67 on Saturday in Los Angeles, improving the …


  • Best bets on the tube

    The Washington State women’s basketball team will wrap up its three-game road trip tonight at the University of Washington. Tipoff is slated for 6 and will be televised by the …


  • Bruins wear down Colorado men for 9th win in row

    Travis Wear scored 14 of his career-high 23 points in the second half and Jordan Adams’ two free throws with 7 seconds left sealed UCLA’s ninth straight basketball victory, 78-75 …


  • Oregon knocks off No. 4 Arizona

    After racking up victories against mostly inferior opponents, Oregon finally got a signature win. Led by the all-around efforts of senior E.J. Singler and some early resiliency, the Ducks handed …


  • Pac-12 basketball coaches stick together

    SAN FRANCISCO – Long ago, back in, say, 1992, Pittsburgh point guard Sean Miller rooted against conference opponents in nonconference games.


  • Hironaka’s role changes with WSU basketball

    PULLMAN – Ken Bone’s desire for a wider recruiting reach means a position change for one of Washington State’s basketball coaches.


  • Center Railey confirms transfer to WSU

    Men’s basketball: Former Iowa State center Jordan Railey (pictured), a native of Beaverton, Ore., confirmed to The Spokesman- Review on Tuesday that he will transfer to Washington State. News of …


  • Center Railey confirms transfer to WSU

    Former Iowa State center Jordan Railey, a native of Beaverton, Ore., confirmed to The Spokesman- Review on Tuesday that he will transfer to Washington State.


  • Motum has ‘slim chance’ to play Monday

    PULLMAN – There’s been plenty of ice. Lots of attention from the trainers, too. And when he sleeps, Washington State forward Brock Motum puts a drawer beneath his mattress to …


  • Cougars happy to be playing; trip no big deal

    PULLMAN – This town is so empty during Washington State’s spring break that Cougars guard Marcus Capers’ mind gets to wandering. “I was thinking about driving on the wrong side …


  • Cougars have had success against Oregon State

    LOS ANGELES – For Washington State this season, beating Oregon State has been as easy as 1-3-1.


  • Huskies clinch at least a share of title

    Terrence Ross scored 18 points and Washington defeated Southern California 80-58 Thursday night to clinch at least a share of the Pac-12 regular-season title. The Huskies can win the conference …


  • UCLA overwhelms Cougars

    LOS ANGELES – Though few bothered to watch, many had to wonder how the UCLA basketball team would respond to the negative publicity it received from Sports Illustrated this week.


  • Cougars would welcome CBI invitation

    PULLMAN – Remember the 2010 season, Ken Bone’s first as Washington State’s head coach, when the Cougars turned down a chance to play in the College Basketball Invitational? OK. Now …


  • Washington keeps sights set on Pac-12 title

    SEATTLE – Four seasons ago, it all played out so perfectly when Washington claimed its first outright regular-season conference title in more than 50 years. The Huskies were home, against …


  • SI report finds deep trouble at UCLA

    LOS ANGELES – Players and staff members from the past four UCLA basketball teams say that coach Ben Howland allowed an influx of talented but immature recruits to undermine team …


  • Cougars would welcome CBI invitation

    PULLMAN – Remember the 2010 season, Ken Bone’s first as Washington State’s head coach, when the Cougars turned down a chance to play in the College Basketball Invitational?


  • Colorado deals Cal’s Pac-12 title hopes a major blow

    Austin Dufault and Spencer Dinwiddie each scored 15 points, Andre Roberson grabbed 15 rebounds and the Colorado Buffaloes beat California 70-57 on Sunday in Boulder, Colo., dealing a blow to …


  • Fogg leads way as Arizona nips UCLA

    Kyle Fogg hit a big 3-pointer and scored 16 of his 20 points in the second half of his final home game, fellow senior Jesse Perry added 16 points and …


  • Stanford ends Colorado’s home domination

    Chasson Randle scored 20 points and led Stanford to a 74-50 rout of cold-shooting Colorado on Thursday night at Boulder, Colo., handing the Buffaloes their first home loss in Pac-12 …


  • California remains tied with Washington for first place

    Jorge Gutierrez and David Kravish scored 17 points each to lead California to a 77-63 win over Oregon State on Saturday night at Berkeley, Calif., to keep the Bears tied …


  • Huskies remain tied for first place

    Terrence Ross led four Washington players in double figures with 18 points, and the Huskies stayed tied for first place in the Pac-12 with a 77-69 victory over Arizona State …


  • Late baskets give Arizona win over Cougars

    PULLMAN – All things considered, Washington State couldn’t have asked for much better circumstances down the stretch against Arizona on Thursday night.


  • Oregon pulls away to beat Washington State

    EUGENE, Ore. – A different kind of frustration was felt outside Washington State’s locker room at Matthew Knight Arena on Saturday afternoon.


  • Cougars know Ducks can be dangerous

    EUGENE, Ore. – The television replay they watched Friday looked awfully familiar to the Washington State Cougars.


  • Cougars earn road win at Oregon State

    CORVALLIS, Ore. – They slashed, they defended, they made open shots like they were playing at Beasley.