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When Geno Crandall decided to spend his final college basketball season at Gonzaga, leaving the University of North Dakota to join the Bulldogs as a graduate transfer, it’s hard to imagine anyone was more elated about the idea of bringing another seasoned point guard to Spokane than head coach Mark Few.
WSU forward Drick Bernstine talks about the team’s split in the Bay Area and his individual play down the stretch of the season.
Washington State forward Drick Bernstine talks about his 14-point outing and scoring the game-winner in a 78-76 win over California Thursday night.
Cougars forward Drick Bernstine talks about not being able to practice because of his injury and preparing for Thursday’s game against Oregon State.
Washington State forward Drick Bernstine talks about preparing for No. 9 Arizona and the challenge of guarding the Wildcats’ DeAndre Ayton.
Washington State forward Davante Cooper talks about preparing for No. 9 Arizona and the challenge of guarding the Wildcats’ DeAndre Ayton.
Matisse Thybulle and Dominic Green each swished three triples, UW made 11 of 25 and the Huskies overwhelmed the Cougars with a few seismic runs to pull away with an 80-62 blowout win at Alaska Airlines Arena.
WSU players Robert Franks, Drick Bernstine and Malachi Flynn talk about Franks’ 10 3-pointers and beating Cal for the first Pac-12 win.
When a team’s starting forwards have 44 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists it might be a good sign. That was the case Saturday when Washington State’s Robert Franks scored 34 points and Drick Bernstine added 10 points, six rebounds and nine assists as the Cougars defeated California 78-53 at Beasley Coliseum.
Cougar players Malachi Flynn and Drick Bernstine talk about the turnover issues and what went wrong in Thursday’s 79-70 loss to Stanford.
WSU guard Viont’e Daniels and forwards Drick Bernstine and Kwinton Hinson talk after the team’s 72-59 win over IUPUI.
Drick Bernstine, a fifth-year graduate transfer at Washington State, joined the Cougars after spending two seasons with the Fighting Hawks and was a central figure in UND’s school record 22-win season that ended in the first round of the 2016-17 NCAA Tournament.
Cougars forward Drick Bernstine talks about the mood of practice after the three-game losing streak and his old school, North Dakota, coming to Spokane to play Gonzaga on Saturday.
The Washington State men’s basketball team received some immediate frontcourt help on Friday with the news that North Dakota forward Drick Bernstine will play his final collegiate year in Pullman.