Washington Vs. Oregon State Score: Beavers Lead Huskies 46-33 At Halftime

The Washington Huskies are sitting right on the bubble despite being the Pac-12 regular season champions. They could fall right into the muck if they get upset on Thursday by the Oregon St. Beavers.

Washington was in a seesaw affair for most of the first half before Oregon State finished the second half on a 27-12 run to go up by 13 at halftime. Everyone for the Beavers is producing, particularly Jared Cunningham, who's come alive after a lackluster Wednesday performance against Washington State. Cunningham has put up 10 points, five rebounds, three assists, and has several steals. Ahmad Starks has unleashed three triples to start up the game with 11 points, and Devon Collier added 10 points.

Washington has gotten solid numbers from Tony Wroten (10 points on 4-9 shooting) and C.J. Wilcox (eight points on 3-7 shooting), but Terrence Ross has seven points on 11 field goal attempts and Abdul Gaddy is 2-7. The Huskies are shooting 34% to Oregon State's 41% and have a few more turnovers as well.


To discuss the Pac-12 tournament in general, check out Pacific Takes. To talk about Oregon State basketball at the Pac-12 tournament, hit up Building the Dam. To talk about Washington basketball at the Pac-12 tournament, hit up UW Dawg Pound.

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