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Video: WSU forward Brock Motum on Vegas, his play and the team’s recent run

Brock Motum said he’s seen some “weird people” on the Vegas strip during his first trip to Sin City. He also says the team has begun to figure out how to win close games after being in so many. Oh, and he says his dad kept his mom from the mistake of gambling.


Simmons says he did a good job, then a ‘fair’ job on Motum

Washington will again place a lot of pressure on Desmond Simmons, who will be assigned the task of guarding Washington State scorer Brock Motum on Wednesday at the Pac-12 tournament. Simmons said he tries to deny Motum the ball as much as possible and beat him to his preferred spots.


Pac-12 hoops notebook: USC’s Fontan looking out for his ‘little man’ Anderson

UCLA freshman Kyle Anderson is tight with USC point guard Jio Fontan. (AP photo)

USC point guard Jio Fontan doesn’t need a scouting report on UCLA freshman guard Kyle Anderson. The two are like brothers.

Back when Fontan was 10 years old, Anderson’s father, Kyle Sr., coached him in AAU. Running around was Kyle Jr. When Fontan was 11, Kyle Jr. was good enough to join him in AAU, just six years old, but playing with the 11-year-old kids.

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WSU postgame comments from Ken Bone, Marcus Capers and Abe Lodwick

Washington State Quotes:

Head Coach Ken Bone

On free throws…

“We got to the line, which was critical especially with a team that shoots a very good percentage. I think we are one of the top two teams in the league percentage wise but we just didn’t put them down. We made free throws in the first half. They made free throws in the second half and we didn’t.”

On the overall game…

“It was a game in where we thought we could compete and work hard…and we did. We played extremely hard but there is

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