WSU Washington State Cougars 67
Washington State Cougars Washington State Overall (7-7)
ATS (5-5)
O/U (9-0-1)
January 05 2019
- Pac-12 Network
WASH Washington Huskies 85
Washington Huskies Washington Overall (10-4)
ATS (7-6)
O/U (5-8)
Final
Money Line Total: 144 Spread ATS
12
747 Washington State Cougars +750 Under -110 (+14) -110 OVER: 152
3829
748 Washington Huskies -1300 Over -110 (-14) -110 Cover: 4
4342
Final
Money Line Total: 144 Spread ATS
747 WSU +750 Under: -110 (+14) -110 OVER: 152
748 WASH -1300 Over: -110 (-14) -110 Cover: 4
Line Movement
Money Line
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Money Line
1/5/2019
9:30 PM
WASH
-1300
WSU
+750
1/5/2019
9:24 PM
WASH
-1300
WSU
+750
1/5/2019
9:18 PM
WASH
-1100
WSU
+700
1/5/2019
9:15 PM
WASH
-1100
WSU
+700
1/5/2019
9:12 PM
WASH
-1100
WSU
+700
1/5/2019
9:06 PM
WASH
-1100
WSU
+700
1/5/2019
9:03 PM
WASH
-900
WSU
+600
1/5/2019
9:09 AM
WASH
-800
WSU
+550
1/5/2019
8:48 AM
WASH
-800
WSU
+550
Spread
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Spread
1/5/2019
9:30 PM
WASH(-14)
-110
WSU
-110
1/5/2019
9:24 PM
WASH(-14)
-110
WSU
-110
1/5/2019
9:18 PM
WASH(-13.5)
-110
WSU
-110
1/5/2019
9:15 PM
WASH(-13.5)
-110
WSU
-110
1/5/2019
9:12 PM
WASH(-13.5)
-110
WSU
-110
1/5/2019
9:06 PM
WASH(-13)
-110
WSU
-110
1/5/2019
9:03 PM
WASH(-12.5)
-110
WSU
-110
1/5/2019
9:09 AM
WASH(-11.5)
-110
WSU
-110
1/5/2019
8:48 AM
WASH(-11.5)
-110
WSU
-110
1/4/2019
8:24 PM
WASH(-11.5)
-110
WSU
-110
Total
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Total
1/5/2019
9:30 PM
144
-110
144
-110
1/5/2019
9:24 PM
144½
-110
144½
-110
1/5/2019
9:18 PM
144½
-110
144½
-110
1/5/2019
9:15 PM
145
-110
145
-110
1/5/2019
9:12 PM
146
-110
146
-110
1/5/2019
9:06 PM
146½
-110
146½
-110
1/5/2019
9:03 PM
147½
-110
147½
-110
1/5/2019
9:09 AM
148½
-110
148½
-110
Recap

SEATTLE (AP) — Senior point guard David Crisp couldn't repeat exactly what was said by Washington head coach Mike Hopkins during the timeout after the Huskies fell behind following an 8-2 Washington State run to open the second half. But whatever the message was, it must've gotten across.

The Huskies (10-4, 1-0 Pac-12) scored 12 straight after the Cougars (7-7, 0-1 Pac-12) took their lone lead of the night before cruising to an 85-67 victory over their in-state rival in both teams' Pac-12 opener Saturday night.

"Pretty much lit a fire under our butts," Crisp said of the timeout message. ". Once we see him getting on us like that, it's like we knew messed up so let's get out there and correct it. . We just got back, sharpened up, and went on that run."

Crisp scored a season-high 23 points and Jaylen Nowell added 20 as Washington earned its third consecutive victory and third straight over WSU.

"We were able to get the ball and push it in transition," Hopkins said. "We had a really good shooting night, and when you do that you are going to win a lot of games."

CJ Elleby and Jervae Robinson knocked down back-to-back 3-pointers to give Washington State a 46-45 advantage with 16:59 remaining and force a Washington timeout.

But the lead was short lived, as the Huskies found Noah Dickerson for a dunk out of the timeout. Nowell and Matisse Thybulle capped the run with back-to-back 3-pointers, and the Huskies led by double figures the rest of the way.

"At the end of the day, all you are doing as a coach is trying to push the buttons to get them to respond," Hopkins said. "Sometimes it's shaking them and sometimes it's waking them up."

Following slow starts in their final two nonconference games, the Huskies came out firing in the opening minutes Saturday, knocking down their first four shots, including three 3-pointers, as they jumped to a 10-3 lead.

But the teams would trade runs before the Huskies took a 43-38 advantage in to the break. After the Cougars cut the UW lead to 16-13 following an Elleby jumper with 15:30 remaining, the Huskies scored the next 10 points to build their largest lead of the period. The Cougars answered by knocking down four 3-pointers as part of a 16-7 run to cut their deficit back down to one, at 33-32, before Nowell poured in eight of Washington's final 10 first-half points, capped by a floater in traffic with one second remaining.

Playing without leading scorer Robert Franks for the second straight game, Elleby carried the load for the Cougars offensively, finishing with a game-high 26 points and 10 rebounds. The Seattle native and graduate of nearby Cleveland High School has scored in double figures in 10 straight.

Thybulle added 17 points for the Huskies converting all four of his field goals, including three 3-pointers, and making 6 of 6 from the free-throw line.

Crisp entered the night shooting just 38.9 percent from the field and 29.3 percent from 3-point range, but was an efficient 7-of-11, including 3 of 4 from deep, on Saturday.

"Once we are playing basketball the right way, making the extra pass, finding the open man, the ball is moving, you got flow in the offense and you see what happens," Crisp said.

Robinson added 14 points for the Cougars, who dropped their fourth straight.

BIG PICTURE

Washington State: The Cougars need Franks to return to the lineup before they have the capability of snapping of their losing streak and remaining competitive in conference play.

Washington: The Huskies finally put together the complete game effort Hopkins has been looking for, a positive sign as the Huskies look to compete for an up-for-grabs Pac-12 regular season title.

NEW ADDITION

The Huskies officially announced the signing of transfer Quade Green on Friday. Green joins the Huskies after 43 games with Kentucky, and will have two and half years of eligibility remaining with Washington when he becomes available to play during the 2019-2020 season, according to Hopkins.

Green, a former McDonald's All-American, averaged 9.3 points during his freshman season with the Wildcats. In eight games with Kentucky this season, he averaged 7.8 points on 45.5 percent shooting.

INJURY REPORT

Franks, who is averaging 22.1 points per game, did not dress for the second straight game due to a hip contusion suffered in the second half of a 75-72 loss to New Mexico State on December 23.

UP NEXT

Washington State: The Cougars travel to face Colorado at 6 p.m. Thursday.

Washington: The Huskies play at Utah on Thursday.

Matchup
Washington State Overall
W/L 7-7
ATS 5-5
Pts For 81.1
Pts Against 76.7
Total 9-0-1
Washington State Away
W/L 0-3
ATS 0-1
Pts For 66.3
Pts Against 77.3
Total 1-0
Date Opponent Result ATS O/U
Avg. Points For
Avg. Points Against
ATS
Over/Under
Washington Overall
W/L 10-4
ATS 7-6
Pts For 72.1
Pts Against 66.5
Total 5-8
Washington Home
W/L 10-1
ATS 6-4
Pts For 72.6
Pts Against 63.1
Total 4-6
Date Opponent Result ATS O/U
Avg. Points For
Avg. Points Against
ATS
Over/Under
Scoring
Washington State
NameMinFG3 PTFTOff RebRebAstStlBlkTOFouls+/-PTS
CJ Elleby (F) 38:008-13 61.5%3-5 60%7-8 87.5%21021143026
Jervae Robinson (G) 29:006-13 46.2%2-7 28.6%0-0 0%0040024014
Marvin Cannon (F-G) 30:003-6 50%0-1 0%3-3 100%141001109
Carter Skaggs (G) 29:003-7 42.9%3-7 42.9%0-0 0%012104009
Viont'e Daniels (G) 27:003-5 60%3-5 60%0-0 0%012112009
Davante Cooper (F) 17:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%030002300
Jeff Pollard (F) 12:000-2 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%252000300
Isaiah Wade (F) 9:000-1 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000001200
Ahmed Ali (G) 5:000-2 0%0-2 0%0-0 0%001000000
Aljaz Kunc (F) 4:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%001000000
Arinze Chidom (F) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Robert Franks Jr. (F) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
James Streeter (C) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Washington
NameMinFG3 PTFTOff RebRebAstStlBlkTOFouls+/-PTS
David Crisp (G) 30:007-11 63.6%3-4 75%6-8 75%0310002023
Jaylen Nowell (G) 36:008-14 57.1%3-7 42.9%1-1 100%2851033020
Matisse Thybulle (G) 30:004-4 100%3-3 100%6-6 100%1422442017
Nahziah Carter (F) 24:004-7 57.1%0-1 0%1-2 50%284001209
Dominic Green (F) 21:003-7 42.9%1-3 33.3%0-0 0%010400107
Noah Dickerson (F) 29:002-4 50%0-0 0%0-1 0%011201404
Elijah Hardy (G) 1:001-1 100%1-1 100%0-0 0%000000003
Jamal Bey (G) 8:001-1 100%0-0 0%0-0 0%002010102
Hameir Wright (F) 17:000-3 0%0-1 0%0-0 0%012202200
Sam Timmins (F) 4:000-1 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%010000000
Quin Barnard (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Jason Crandall (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Jonah Geron (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Reagan Lundeen (F) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Noah Neubauer (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Bryan Penn-Johnson (C) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Travis Rice (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Nate Roberts (F) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Riley Sorn (C) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
1st Half
Money Line
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Money Line
Spread
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Spread
1/5/2019
9:30 PM
WASH(-8)
-110
WSU
-110
1/5/2019
9:24 PM
WASH(-8)
-110
WSU
-110
1/5/2019
9:15 PM
WASH(-7.5)
-110
WSU
-110
1/5/2019
9:12 PM
WASH(-7.5)
-110
WSU
-110
1/5/2019
9:06 PM
WASH(-7.5)
-110
WSU
-110
1/5/2019
9:03 PM
WASH(-7)
-110
WSU
-110
1/5/2019
9:42 AM
WASH(-6.5)
-110
WSU
-110
Total
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Total
1/5/2019
9:30 PM
68
-110
68
-110
1/5/2019
9:24 PM
68½
-110
68½
-110
1/5/2019
9:15 PM
68½
-110
68½
-110
1/5/2019
9:12 PM
69
-110
69
-110
1/5/2019
9:06 PM
69½
-110
69½
-110
1/5/2019
9:03 PM
69½
-110
69½
-110
1/5/2019
9:42 AM
70
-110
70
-110
2nd Half
Money Line
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Money Line
Spread
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Spread
1/5/2019
10:45 PM
WASH(-7.5)
-110
WSU
-110
1/5/2019
10:36 PM
WASH(-7.5)
-110
WSU
-110
1/5/2019
10:33 PM
WASH(-7.5)
-110
WSU
-110
Total
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Total
1/5/2019
10:45 PM
76½
-110
76½
-110
1/5/2019
10:36 PM
77
-110
77
-110
1/5/2019
10:33 PM
71
-110
71
-110