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UW men’s basketball vs. Sacramento State: Projected starting lineups, scouting report

Washington vs. Sacramento State

Time: 6 p.m. Friday, Alaska Airlines Arena

TV/Radio: Pac-12 Networks/KOMO 1000 AM & 97.7 FM

Records: Washington (7-4): Sacramento State (6-2).

 

Projected starting lineups:

 

Sacramento State

Player                 …            Ht. … Yr. … PPG … RPG … APG

G Marcus Graves         …     6-0 … Sr. …  15.4 … 6.1 … 6.0

G I. Mauriohooho-Le’afa …         6-2 …. Jr. …  9.5 … 2.8 … 2.6

G Osi Nwachukwu      …     6-5 … Jr. … 7.0 … 3.4 … 2.1

F Bryce Fowler            …     6-6 …. So. …  7.0 .…  4.5 … 3.3

C Joshua Patton           …     6-8 … Jr. …  14.6 …. 6.4 … 0.1

 

UW

Player                        …      Ht …  Yr … PPG … RPG … APG

G David Crisp              …     6-0 …  Sr. … 9.5 …… 3.2 … 3.1

G Jaylen Nowell          …     6-4 …  So. … 18.0 … 4.6 … 3.1

G Matisse Thybulle    …     6-5 …  Sr. …  8.5 ….  2.8 … 2.0

F Noah Dickerson       …     6-8  … Sr. … 15.5 … 7.2 … 0.8

F Hameir Wright         …     6-9  …  So. … 2.7 ….  3.3 … 1.0

 

Scouting report: The Huskies have been off for six days since their 73-61 loss last Saturday against No. 13 Virginia Tech. … Based on opponents’ win percentage through game at the start of the week, UW has faced the second-most difficult schedule this season as its foes have a cumulative .732 (93-34) win percentage that trails only No. 1 Kansas (.779). … Jaylen Nowell has scored fewer than 14 points in just two games this season. He’s shooting 54.4 percent from the field this season up from 45.1 a year ago.  … Sophomore Naz Carter nearly had his first career double-double in UW’s last outing as he posted 11 points and a career-best nine rebounds. … Matisse Thybulle, UW’s career steals leader at 236, has now recorded at least one steal in 57-straight games. … The Huskies are 5-0 at home this season, which includes wins over UC Santa Barbara, Eastern Washington, Seattle, San Diego and Western Kentucky. … Last season Sacramento State was 7-25 and riddled with injuries. … Fifth-year senior point guard Marcus Graves, who missed all of last season after suffering a back surgery, leads the backcourt. … Meanwhile, junior center Joshua Patton has increased his scoring nearly four points to 14.6 points per game. … The Hornets’ 6-2 record marks just the second time the team has won six of its first eight games since becoming a Division I team in 1991. … The Hornets and Huskies have played just twice, and Washington won both of those meetings in Seattle. In their last matchup, UW won 83-74 on Nov. 19, 2006.

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