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Aden won’t play vs. ASU

TEMPE, Ariz. – The Washington State Cougars will be without one of their best scorers when they face Arizona State at 2 p.m. today at Wells Fargo Arena. Senior guard Faisal Aden, who sprained the MCL in his left knee during the first half of WSU’s 85-61 loss to Arizona on Thursday, will not play against the Sun Devils. WSU coach Ken Bone said Aden will undergo an MRI exam on Sunday after the team returns to Pullman. Aden didn’t practice Friday.

Notebook: Criticism drives WSU’s Aden to improve

Faisal Aden’s big weekend against Stanford and Cal may have earned him a spot in Washington State’s starting lineup against Arizona tonight. Then again, it may not have. Coach Ken Bone hasn’t decided yet. And he’s not so sure that it matters either way.

Cougars knock off first-place Cal

PULLMAN – Of all the last-minute madness witnessed at Beasley Coliseum on Saturday, one image endures. It is of Washington State coach Ken Bone, and his fist, and his arm, both of which sliced through the air around him as DaVonte Lacy’s 3-pointer split the twine, and Lacy screamed in celebration after a foul was called against California guard Jorge Gutierrez.

WSU host to conference leader Cal

PULLMAN – They’re not exactly national championship contenders. But in Pac-12 circles, the California Golden Bears have as much name recognition as any team on the West Coast this season.

Aden scores 33 as Cougars upset Stanford

PULLMAN – Few spectators braved the elements to watch Washington State host Stanford at Beasley Coliseum on Thursday – just 3,119 of them, to be exact. Faisal Aden showed up, though.

Cougars come home after long gap

PULLMAN – Every dribble, every corner, every square inch of the Beasley Coliseum hardwood feels like home to Washington State senior Charlie Enquist. “I’ve been practicing on this court for five years,” the 6-foot-10 forward said. “I pretty much know every dribble that I take, how it’s going to bounce.