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  • Que Johnson latest basketball player to leave WSU

    Washington State guard Que Johnsons will transfer from Washington State and play his senior season elsewhere, men’s basketball coach Ernie Kent announced on Tuesday.


  • On second thought … DaVonté Lacy replacement not needed

    Washington State basketball coach Ernie Kent doesn’t want an alpha dog. He doesn’t want a DaVonté Lacy.


  • Meet Que Johnson. He is DaVonté Lacy’s replacement

    Que Johnson, nne of the most highly ranked college basketball recruits to ever sign with Washington State, has always been enormously talented.


  • Clutch Cougars team up to post upset of Cardinal

    PULLMAN – With about seven minutes left in the duel between Chasson Randle and DaVonte Lacy that served as a proxy competition for the matchup between Stanford and Washington State, …


  • WSU heads off to conference play with win over UC Davis

    PULLMAN – The Cougars didn’t end the nonconference season with a dominant performance to springboard them into Pac-12 play. Washington State was too fast and loose with the ball on …


  • An upset special

    PULLMAN – It was a pair of freshmen that sent Washington State’s seniors off in style Saturday night. In the final game of the regular season the Cougars upended the …


  • Bone dangling in exasperating season

    PULLMAN – Washington State basketball coach Ken Bone has two years left on his contract but with the Cougars (9-16, 2-11 Pac-12) likely to miss the NCAA tournament for the …


  • Tall Cardinal overpower Cougars

    PULLMAN – During the National Anthem prior to Washington State’s game against Stanford, WSU assistant coach Rod Jensen looked over at the Cougars opponent, turned to coach Ken Bone and …


  • Tall Cardinal overpower Cougars

    During the National Anthem prior to Washington State’s game against Stanford, WSU assistant coach Rod Jensen looked over at the Cougars opponent, turned to coach Ken Bone and observed, “Man, …


  • Rule adjustment

    PULLMAN – Enjoy Junior Longrus’ final two and a half seasons while you can. The 6-foot-7 Washington State forward is a nuanced style of basketball player that appears to be …


  • Cougs win in Pullman before hitting road again

    PULLMAN – With only one real home game in its first six Pac-12 contests, the Washington State men’s basketball team was in a must-win situation on Sunday evening against Utah. …


  • Lacy only plays 11 minutes in WSU’s loss to ASU

    TEMPE, Ariz. – Though the offense thawed somewhat, the Washington State shooters were still mostly cold in the desert heat as the Cougars fell to Arizona State 66-47 in front …


  • Lacy-less Cougars roll past Devils

    PULLMAN – Playing without its leading scorer, the Washington State men’s basketball team found the perfect foil in Mississippi Valley State. Playing in their second game in as many days, …


  • Butler hands Cougars third straight defeat

    Despite dreadful outside shooting and an inability to force Butler into turnovers, the Washington State basketball team was poised for a breakthrough win on Thursday in the first round of …


  • Butler duo dumps Cougars

    Butler’s Kellen Dunham scored eight points in the final 2:09 and Butler defeated Washington State 76-69 on Thursday in an opening round game of the Old Spice Classic.


  • Cougar youngsters ready to take reins

    PULLMAN – The players aren’t thinking about next season yet. Not with two more chances this week for Washington State to prove itself capable of ending this losing streak, and …


  • Cougar youngsters ready to take reins

    The players aren’t thinking about next season yet. Not with two more chances this week for Washington State to prove itself capable of ending this losing streak, and not with …


  • WSU’s Johnson ruled partial qualifier

    Basketball: Prized freshman basketball player Demarquise “Que” Johnson has been ruled a partial qualifier by the NCAA, and will not be eligible to play for Washington State this season. Johnson, …

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