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12-4, 2nd in Pac-12
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27dJeff Borzello

Kentucky transfer Green to play for Washington

Kentucky transfer Quade Green announced he was leaving Kentucky last week, and he told ESPN he will play for Washington under head coach Mike Hopkins.

Alexander-Walker uses shot fake for and-1 (0:28)
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33dMyron Medcalf

There are some high stakes for Saturday's slate

We might not be in conference play yet, but Saturday's matchups still have some high stakes, including an undefeated team facing a feisty offense and a nearly must-win for the defending national champions.

Hachimura drains game-winning jumper (0:33)
Hachimura rises up for monster dunk (0:22)
Hachimura spins by defender for layup (0:21)
Hachimura pump fakes for layup (0:31)
Huskies' Thybulle drops in a reverse dunk on alley-oop (0:25)
Washington team bus catches fire after game vs. Auburn (0:31)
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67d

UW hoops team OK after team bus catches fire

The Huskies men's basketball team was forced to evacuate the team bus after it blew a tire and caught fire Friday night following an 88-66 loss at No. 11 Auburn.

No. 11 Auburn impresses in win over No. 25 Washington (1:56)
Dunbar throws down alley-oop (0:19)
Thybulle blocks, saves and scores (0:24)
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86dMyron Medcalf

Why your team won't make it to the Final Four

The AP preseason poll is out. Kansas, Kentucky, Gonzaga, Duke and the others in the top 10 are thinking Final Four. Not so fast. Every team has flaws.

Landale cleans up miss with empahtic jam (0:17)
Dickerson's jam seals the game for Washington (0:15)
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309dKyle Bonagura

Pac-12 task force: End 'one-and-done' rule

The Pac-12 task force, created in response to the FBI investigation into corruption in college basketball, has finalized several recommendations for change including a proposal to end the so-called "one-and-done" age-limit rule.

Beavers use alley-oop and long ball to open 2nd-half lead (0:35)

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

In a key game for their NCAA tournament hopes, the Washington Huskies took control late in a 79-77 home win over the Oregon State Beavers. The Huskies improved to 10-7 in Pac-12 play and 20-10 overall, the first time they've reached either mark since winning the conference in 2011-12. They'll enter their final game of the regular season Saturday against Oregon part of a four-way tie for third in the Pac-12.

Team Stats

Points Per Game72.3
Rebounds Per Game34.6
Assists Per Game11.9
Points Allowed65.942nd

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Tournament History

Final Fours1
Tournament Record18-17
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances16