The Huskies have concluded practice at Gill Coliseum on the Oregon State campus, where they will meet the Beavers at 5 p.m. Saturday in the regular-season finale.
After practice got a few minutes with coach Lorenzo Romar. A few highlights:
On Oregon State: "They’re really good at what they do. It’s not a coincidence that they get as many steals and force as many turnovers as they do. They’re really good at it."
On the OSU zone: We’re always concerned going against Oregon State because we’ve got smaller guards, and it affects smaller guards, that press, that 1-3-1. So we’re always concerned going against Oregon State.
On the game's affect on Pac-10 tournament seeding, where UW could finish No. 2, 3 or 4: "We’re aware of the standings. It’s just that what we’ve got to do is win and not be concerned with the four or five difference scenarios that can happen and the what-ifs. We have a chance to take care of our own what-ifs."
Romar also said his team came through last night's Oregon game OK physically. The closest thing to an exception might be Matthew Bryan-Amaning who Romar said still has a headache after banging his head on the hardwood in a nasty fall. However, MBA confirmed he's OK.