The Huskies get to watch the other Pac-10 teams play today, while preparing for their 2:30 p.m. Sunday game at Stanford.
Here's an early look at that one:
NO. 22 WASHINGTON (16-6 OVERALL, 7-3 PAC-10)
AT STANFORD (14-6, 4-6)
2:30 p.m. Sunday, Maples Pavilion, Stanford, Calif.
Series: Stanford leads, 69-60. The Cardinal swept the two games last season. UW won the earlier meeting this season, 84-83, Jan. 8 in Seattle. The Huskies have lost 15 straight games in Maples Pavilion since a one-point win in January 1993.
Statistical leaders: For UW, G Isaiah Thomas, 16.5 ppg and 2.8 ppg, F Jon Brockman, 11 rpg. For Stanford, G Anthony Goods, 16.8 ppg; G/F Landry Fields, 6.6 rpg; G Mitch Johnson, 4.5 apg.
Scouting report: Justin Dentmon (15.4 ppg) has passed Brockman (15) as UW's second-leading scorer. Washington leads the Pac-10 in scoring (79.6 ppg), Stanford is fourth (73.8). UW also leads in rebounding margin (plus-9.8), Stanford is eighth (plus-0.1) … Stanford's win over Washington State on Thursday ended a three-game losing streak. … Individually, Goods ranks sixth in the Pac-10 in scoring, Johnson ranks third in steals and seventh in assists. Stanford reserve C/F Josh Owens ranks fifth in field goal percentage and eighth in blocked shots. … Johnson, from Seattle (O'Dea H.S.), averages 7.1 points and 7.1 in his seven career games against UW. … The Cardinal is 11-2 at home. … This concludes a stretch of four straight road games for the Huskies, their longest of the season.
Next: 8 p.m. Thursday, vs. Oregon State, Hec Edmundson Pavilion.