Tonight's UW game at Arizona State will not be televised.
So I'll try to click in here with a little more detail for those of you trying to follow along.
Meanwhile, here are the key details:
WASHINGTON (13-7 overall, 3-6 Pac-10)
AT ARIZONA STATE (6-14, 0-9)
6 p.m., Wells Fargo Arena, Tempe, Ariz.
Series: ASU leads 33-28 all-time, and 20-9 in Tempe. However, Washington has won the last eight meetings, including three straight in Tempe. UW won the earlier game this season, 64-53, behind a 20-point performance by guard Ryan Appleby.
Statistical leaders: For UW, C Spencer Hawes, 15.1 ppg; F Jon Brockman 9.5 rpg; G Justin Dentmon, 4.25 apg. For ASU, F Jeff Pendergraph and G Christian Polk, 12.7 ppg; Pendergraph, 8.8 rpg; G Derek Glasser, 3.7 apg.
Scouting report: Something's got to give as UW is looking for its first road win, and ASU is looking for its first Pac-10 win. … The Sun Devils play a slow-down style that limits opponents to 63.8 ppg, the fourth-lowest average in school history. However, they are scoring 60.4 ppg, lowest in the Pac-10. … ASU also is last in the league in scoring margin, field goal percentage, blocked shots and defensive rebounds. … UW is last in the Pac-10 in scoring defense. … Pendergraph is averaging 13.4 points and 9.4 rebounds over his past 12 games. He has seven double-doubles this season. … Polk, a freshman guard, has four 20-point games. … ASU's Steve Jones is the son of the former NBA player and TV analyst of the same name; and Jarren Shipp is the younger brother of former Cal MVP Joe Shipp and current UCLA sophomore Josh Shipp. … ASU averages 6,176 spectators in its 14,088-seat arena, resulting in the lowest percentage of capacity (43.8) in the Pac-10.
Next: 10:30 a.m. Saturday, at Arizona, McKale Center, Tucson.