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Pangos sets Gonzaga record in win over Portland

SPOKANE — Kevin Pangos was just doing what he usually does. He was putting up extra shots Wednesday night in the Martin Centre. Portland was practicing in the McCarthey Athletic Center.

Stanford proves too much for Huskies

SEATTLE — In their first outing without Robert Upshaw, their 7-foot shot-blocking center, the Huskies finished an 84-74 defeat to Stanford with five guards on the floor, which spoke volumes about their front-line depth.

Huskies dismiss star center Upshaw for violating team rules

SEATTLE — Robert Upshaw stood outside Washington’s locker room on Sunday at the Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City, vowing that the Huskies would work harder in practice this week to atone for their 77-56 loss at No. 12 Utah.

WVC basketball: No. 2 men swept in Oregon

PENDLETON, Ore. — The Wenatchee Valley College men’s basketball team entered weekend play ranked No. 2 in the latest Northwest Athletic Conference coaches poll.
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‘Daredevil’ Andrews brings UW first Pac-12 road victory

BOULDER, Colo. — With the game clock racing to zero and Wesley Gordon blocking his path to the basket, Andrew Andrews used a crossover dribble and hesitation move that froze the 6-foot-9 Colorado forward and created enough space to get off one final shot.
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Gonzaga joins expanding analytics trend

SPOKANE — You don’t need a bunch of numbers to understand that Gonzaga has a pretty good basketball team. The eye test confirms as much.

Key 3-pointers lift Huskies to victory

SEATTLE — The star power in the courtside seats — Sonics legends Gary Payton and Shawn Kemp — overshadowed the action on the Alaska Airlines Arena floor Thursday.