Some Husky-Cougar basketball links

Here’s some stories you’ll find on our site or in the morning paper about Washington’s 75-65 win over Washington State on Sunday in Seattle:

Scott M. Johnson’s game story centered on Terrence Ross, who showed why’s projected to be the the Pac-12’s best NBA prospect by some, going off for 30 points to lead Washington to a rousing comeback victory, and the technical on coach Lorenzo Romar that seemed to inspire his team.

Jim Moore, the Go 2 Guy — who writes a weekly Monday column for us — took his 7-year-old twins to the game. Needless to say, they left disappointed.

Howie Stalwick’s sidebar pointed out Washington’s dominance on the glass was a big difference in the outcome. Of course, the Cougs have been winning a lot of rebounding battles lately.

Jerry Brewer of the Seattle Time writes about Ross, who scored 26 of his 30 points in the second. “He’s a freak athlete,” said teammate Abdul Gaddy.

Ryan Divish of the Tacoma News Tribune captured the postgame video and audio.


Scott Johnson pointed out that Snohomish High School boys basketball coach Len Bone sat two rows behind the WSU bench. Bone is the older brother of Cougars coach Ken Bone, and he’s also the father of UW team manager Kegan Bone. … Jon Brockman played for Len Bone at Snohomish. … Ken Bone was the head coach at Olympic College for the 1885-86 season. … Will DiIorio’s playing time has decreased from earlier in the year. He’s played in 12 of WSU’s 17 games, but just one conference game. He averages just 8.3 minutes, 1.3 points and 1. 4 rebounds. The walkon 6-foot-5 sophomore from Bainbridge didn’t get in Sunday’s game.

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