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Huskies turn attention to Maples Pavilion

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.