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Isaac Bonton finds his rhythm, scores 22 points in efficient outing to lift Washington State over California

BERKELEY, Calif. – Most of Washington State’s basketball players hadn’t left the general Palouse region in at least six months – let alone for a basketball game – before boarding a plane for the Bay Area on Wednesday. Understandably, Kyle Smith was anxious to see how a young team with three freshman starters would fare in a setting other than the one that played host to the first nine games of the season.

A Grip on Sports: The only sure winner these days, as it pertains to college basketball scheduling, is chaos

A GRIP ON SPORTS • What are Wednesdays for, exactly, these days? It wasn’t that long ago, the day was the middle of the typical work week (still is), when people would leave the office (does that happen anymore?) and celebrate (ditto) being over the hump to the weekend. Now it just seems like another day. Though we try to fill it with a little of this and a little of that.

Ask Dr. Universe: Can a shadow make a shadow?

When we look around our world, we can find all kinds of shadows. One way we can explore the answer to your shadow question is with a little experiment. My friend Anya Rasmussen, a physics professor at Washington State University, told me all about it. First, you will need to cast your shadow on a wall.