The Huskies will practice at Hec Ed this afternoon and then fly out to LA this evening for their game tomorrow against the Bruins.
Here's a UCLA update from the LA Times.
And here's a quick scouting report on the game:
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WASHINGTON (12-5 OVERALL, 3-3 PAC-10)AT UCLA (7-10, 2-3)7:30 p.m. Thursday, Pauley Pavilion, Los Angeles.TV: FSN. Radio: 950-AM
Series: UCLA leads 90-36 overall, and 58-9 at home. The teams have split over the past three seasons, each defending its home court.
Statistical leaders: For UW – F Quincy Pondexter, 20.3 ppg and 7.9 rpg; G Venoy Overton, 3.4 apg. For UCLA – G Malcolm Lee, 13.8 ppg; F Tyler Honeycutt, 5.7 rpg; G Jerime Anderson, 3.9 apg.
Scouting report: Washington is looking for its first road win. UCLA is 6-4 at home. It’s the first time the Bruins have lost four games at home since 2003-04. … UW leads the Pac-10 in scoring (80.7), turnover margin and offensive rebounds. UCLA leads in blocked shots and assists. The Bruins are last in scoring margin, free throw percentage and 3-point percentage defense. … Injuries are adding to UCLA’s list of concerns. Anderson is questionable for UW while suffering from a hip flexor. Forward Nikola Dragovic – the only returning starter from last season – is limping with undiagnosed soreness in his right knee. Guard Michael Roll – averaging 14 points over the last five games -- has a sore abdominal muscle. Forward Reeves Nelson has flu symptoms. … In his search for answers, coach Ben Howland has used an uncharacteristic zone defense at times this season. … UCLA is averaging 7,842 per home game, 61.2 percent of capacity.
Next: 7:30 p.m. Saturday, at Southern California, Galen Center, Los Angeles.