Coach Lorenzo Romar said he plans no changes in the starting lineup or rotations against Cal after his team's 65-51 loss to Stanford on Thursday.
Romar believes in making changes to stop trends, not to react to single events. And he sense no particular trend with his team, even after consecutive blowout losses to Stanford and at Arizona.
In personnel news, leading scorer and rebounder Jon Brockman complained after the Stanford game of being somewhat limited by a groin injury, however he practiced today and is expected to log his usual minutes.
Meanwhile, some of the basics on the game:
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CALIFORNIA (12-7 OVERALL, 3-5 PAC-10)
AT WASHINGTON (12-9, 3-5)
3 p.m. Saturday, Hec Edmundson Pavilion.
Series: Washington leads 73-71. The teams split last season, each winning on its home floor.
Statistical leaders: For Cal, F Ryan Anderson, 21.6 ppg and 9.6 rpg; G Jerome Randle, 4.1 apg. For UW, F Jon Brockman, 18.8 ppg and 11.6 rpg; G Venoy Overton, 3.3 apg.
Scouting report: California leads the conference with a .762 free throw percentage, while UW is last at .596. … The Golden Bears also lead the league in assists and are second in scoring offense, 3-point field goal percentage, 3-point field goals made and 3-point field goal defense. They are last in the league in steals and second to last in scoring defense and turnover margin. … Cal comes in after a 69-64 win Thursday at Washington State. The Bears haven't swept a Pac-10 trip since February 2006, and they haven't swept the Washington trip since 2003. … Cal center DeVon Hardin missed this trip due to a viral infection. ... Cal is 3-2 on the road. … Anderson is the Pac-10 scoring leader. He has scored in double figures in every game this season and has a 22-game streak overall. … The UW coaches will work in tennis shoes and polo shirts as part of the Coaches vs. Cancer cancer-awareness promotion.
Next: 7 p.m. Thursday, vs. Southern California, Hec Edmundson Pavilion.