Roundup: Spencer Dinwiddie wins Skills Challenge at NBA All-Star Weekend
Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie won the Skills Challenge during NBA All-Star Weekend. Kudos to the former Buff, who started the 2016-17 season in the G League but has made a roaring comeback.
From over the weekend – Washington State outside receivers coach Derek Sage is joining the UCLA staff, Theo Lawson reports.
Doug Haller breaks down the remaining games on the regular-season slate for Arizona State men’s basketball (and Arizona).
Dan Greene of Sports Illustrated believes Arizona men’s basketball is one of eight teams who could win the national title this year.
Here’s the Pac-12 Networks recap from Oregon State women’s basketball’s 69-63 win over USC on Sunday. Have yourself a game, Marie Gulich (25 points, nine rebounds).
Cal women’s basketball upset Stanford at Haas Pavilion Saturday afternoon, taking down the No. 14 Cardinal 78-66 thanks to some key 3-pointers late and 25 points from Asha Thomas.
Check out the highlights from Stanford men’s basketball’s 77-73 win at Cal Sunday night. This former Stanford men’s basketball laundry boy can breathe easy now.
Perhaps a key to Washington men’s basketball’s 82-59 win over Colorado Saturday was head coach Mike Hopkins taking the team to see Black Panther instead of having practice on Friday night. Hopkins said it loosened the guys up after a three-game losing skid, and you can’t argue with the results.
Watch this video provided to us by the Los Angeles Daily News to see UCLA men’s basketball coach Steve Alford make the case for Aaron Holiday for Pac-12 Player of the Year.
Big meet in Westwood, where No. 3 Utah gymnastics rallied back to beat No. 2 UCLA 197.550-197.425. Lya Wodraska has the meet story.
Here’s Joey Kaufman’s gamer from USC men’s basketball defeating Oregon State 72-59 at Galen Center.
Ken Goe of The Oregonian/OregonLive catches up with former Oregon two-sport star Devon Allen, who was recently at the USA Track & Field Indoor Championships.
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