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Washington 96, Arizona State 92

Post by Todd Dybas / The News Tribune on Feb. 2, 2013 at 6:07 pm with No Comments »
February 2, 2013 8:13 pm

Welcome to Hec Ed. Gamethread on the jump:

> Washington snaps four-game losing streak with a 96-92 win over Arizona State. Survive and go 21-for-22 from FT line. Andrews with 20, Kemp with 18 and N’Diaye with 16. Carson scores 32 for ASU.

> Washington leads 94-92 with 13.9 seconds to go. Carson has a career-high 32 points. Washington ball.

> Washington calls timeout with 4:36 to go to catch its breath. Huskies are up 82-74 with the ball. Arizona State still hanging around.

> Washington is up 78-70 with 6:58 to go. Wilcox still only has two points, but Andrews (20) and Kemp (18) have career-high point totals.

> Washington up 11 with 12 minutes to go and has numerous advantages in the halfcourt, but, for some reason, is trying to speed the game up.

> Back-to-back hoops for Aziz N’Diaye and ASU calls timeout with Washington leading 67-54. Wilcox has just two points and those came on a left-handed layin on the break. Gaddy has four fouls.

> Season-high 52 points in a half for Washington. Huskies lead 52-44. Washington one point short of its Thursday point total and Wilcox has not scored, but has tied a career-high with five assists.

> Wilcox gets his first shot of the night with 4:43 to go and it’s an air ball.

> N’Diaye jump hook and it’s 30-17 Washington. Timeout ASU with 9:58 to go. Andrews having a big influence here early. Washington also running more today.

> Washington leads 23-17 with 11:34 to go in the half. After a brisk scoring start, both teams are slowing down. Gaddy very aggressive and is 4 for 6 from the field for eight points early.

> N’Diaye back with a big Band-Aid over his left eye. Checking back in.

> That’s two on Felix with 14:18 to go. ASU has a thin bench.

> Suggs blocked a Bachynski dunk attempt. True story. Simmons hits a 3 and Gaddy scores on the break. Washington leads 14-7 with 15:31 to go and ASU’s Herb Sendek calls timeout. N’Diaye is in the back getting tended to.

> N’Diaye is cut after Carrick Felix jumps on his head on the break. Has to come out.

> Gaddy, Suggs, Wilcox, Kemp and N’Diaye for Washington. Carson, Gordon, Felix, Gilling and Bachynski for ASU.

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