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Cal Closes Homestand Against Washington

Jan 8, 2021
Cal has won two straight home games against Washington heading into Saturday's clash.

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BERKELEY – California will wrap up a weekend at home by hosting Washington at 12 p.m. PT Saturday at Haas Pavilion. The game will be televised on the Pac-12 Networks with Roxy Bernstein and Mike Montgomery on the call.
 
Both the Golden Bears (5-7, 0-5 Pac-12) and Huskies (1-8, 0-4 Pac-12) are seeking their first conference victory of the season. Cal is most recently coming off of a home loss to Washington State on Thursday while the Huskies suffered a defeat at Stanford the same day. The Bears have won their past two meetings with Washington at home and are 6-4 in the last 10 games played between the two programs.
 
HOW TO FOLLOW

  • Matchup: Cal (5-7, 0-5 Pac-12) vs. Washington (1-8, 0-4 Pac-12)
  • Date/Time: Saturday, Jan. 9| 12 p.m. (PT)
  • Watch: Pac-12 Network
  • TV Commentary: Roxy Bernstein (PxP) & Mike Montgomery (Analyst)
  • Listen: KGO 810 AM | TuneIn
  • Radio Commentary: Rich Cellini (PxP) & Todd McKim (Analyst)
  • Live Stats: StatBroadcast

 
QUICK HITS

  • Leading scorer Matt Bradley has missed three of the last five games due to injury (ankle), including Thursday's loss to Washington State.
  • Cal owns an 86-82 all-time record against Washington and is seeking its third straight home win against the Huskies Saturday. The Bears' last six wins against Washington have all been decided by 10 points or less.
  • The Bears are 4-2 at home this year and 16-7 overall since the start of the 2019-20 season.
  • Grant Anticevich returned to the court Thursday after missing the previous four games following an emergency appendectomy on Dec. 17. The senior forward scored nine points on 4-8 shooting from the field in his return.
  • Cal is 4-0 this season when scoring 70 or more points, most recently including a 70-65 win over Seattle U on Dec. 22.
  • Makale Foreman and Ryan Betley are tied for second among Pac-12 players with 26 made 3-pointers apiece this season.
  • Lars Thiemann scored a career-high 10 points and knocked down a career-best four free throws Thursday against Washington State.
  • Jarred Hyder earned his first start as a Bear against the Cougars on Thursday. He's played in all five games since being granted eligibility by the NCAA.
  • With three steals against Washington State on Thursday, Joel Brown continues to lead all Pac-12 players in the category (22). He also ranks fourth among conference players with 45 total assists and leads Cal with 3.8 per game.
  • Andre Kelly has hauled in seven or more rebounds in five games this season and leads Cal with 6.2 per game.

 
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