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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 why Bone had no problem with the Cougars winning a tight one against Idaho last week. But he’s likely not real upset with WSU’s 72-60 blitzing of Portland on Saturday at Beasley Coliseum, either.

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.

Shelton’s late 3 sparks Cougars

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

Facing UI a reunion for WSU’s Lopes

PULLMAN – Washington State assistant coach Ray Lopes had been told “no” more than a few times. His reputation damaged by NCAA violations committed at Fresno State in 2006 while he was coach there, Lopes found it difficult to get back into college basketball after spending three years out of the game due to a “show cause” penalty – meaning any school wishing to hire him in that span would have to state its case to an NCAA committee.

Facing UI a reunion for WSU’s Lopes

Washington State assistant coach Ray Lopes had been told “no” more than a few times. His reputation damaged by NCAA violations committed at Fresno State in 2006 while he was coach there, Lopes found it difficult to get back into college basketball after spending three years out of the game due to a “show cause” penalty – meaning any school wishing to hire him in that span would have to state its case to an NCAA committee.

Cougs win easy over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on court

PULLMAN – Until DaVonte Lacy returns from injury, coach Ken Bone says it’ll be hard for him to determine what his Washington State basketball team is really all about. Lacy tweaked his left knee last week against Kansas, and didn’t play in WSU’s 66-38 victory over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Saturday at Beasley Coliseum.

WSU posts easy win, waits for Lacy’s return

Until DaVonte Lacy returns from injury, coach Ken Bone says it’ll be hard for him to determine what his Washington State basketball team is really all about.