With nothing off the court to report today, let's thankfully return our attention to the court, specifically Maples Pavilion where the Huskies will return to Pac-10 action on Thursday night in a non-televised game:
NO. 17 WASHINGTON (12-3 OVERALL, 4-0 PAC-10) at STANFORD (9-5, 3-1)7 p.m. Thursday, Maples Pavilion, Stanford, Calif.TV: None. Radio: 950-AM.Series: Stanford leads, 69-65. However, UW has won six straight in the series and would tie its series-long winning streak with a win tonight. Statistical leaders: For UW – Isaiah Thomas, 16 ppg and 4.8 apg; Matthew Bryan-Amaning, 7.5 rpg. For SU – Jeremy Green, 15.9 ppg; Josh Owen, 6.4 rpg; Jarrett Mann, 3.1 apg. Scouting report: Several streaks are on the line for Washington, which is 4-0 in conference for the first time since 1984, has won 11 straight Pac-10 games, six straight games overall, six straight road games, six straight against the Cardinal and two back-to-back at Maples Pavilion. Meanwhile, Stanford has won seven straight home games. … This is a match of the Pac-10’s top offensive and defensive teams. Washington averages 88.9 ppg, while Stanford allows an average of 60. UW also leads the league in scoring margin, field goal percentage, 3-point field goal percentage, 3-point field goals made per game, assists, assists/turnover ratio and turnover margin. Nationally, the Huskies are third in scoring and seventh in assists and assists/turnover ratio. … Stanford is last in the Pac-10 in assists, steals and assists/turnover ratio. … Green is second in the league in 3-point field goals made. Next: 7 p.m. Sunday, at California, Haas Pavilion, Berkeley, Calif.