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Steve Christilaw: Spokane has rich history as basketball incubator

I’m trying to remember just exactly when Spokane turned itself into a hoops city.


UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 31, 2017

Zags’ secret to success? They like each other

This isn’t their first rodeo. Gonzaga knows exactly what it’s like to be the No. 1 team in the nation. And when it happened the first time back in 2013, …


Golden sparkles for Gonzaga women

As fans exited the McCarthey Athletic Center, one aficionado felt the need to make a play of his own and vocalize the obvious pun. “She made the most of that …


Cougs zero in on UW’s Wroten

The essence of Washington’s most dangerous player is captured via conversation with two players who must defend him this afternoon.


Gonzaga women power past San Francisco

It was a night of individual firsts for the Gonzaga University women’s basketball team. Winning was not one of them, as those come quite often for the 23rd-ranked Bulldogs.


Hughes, Ojeda lift Eagles women to victory over Hornets

Laura Hughes and Carrie Ojeda finished with double-doubles to propel the Eastern Washington Eagles (10-8, 4-1) to a 78-62 victory over the Sacramento State Hornets (7-10, 2-2) in Big Sky …


Hanging On To Hooops Basketball Festival Could Have Faded And Died, But Organizers Have Formed A Partnership To Keep It Airborne

Harry Beckous and Pat Estes are already getting backboards lined up for the Valley Hooops weekend, Sept. 23-24. Photo by Steve Thompson/The Spokesman-Review