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Huskies underwhelm, but beat Pacific for 3-0 start

The Washington men’s basketball team won its third consecutive game to start the season, taking down the Pacific Tigers 76-69 in the Marv Harshman Classic at KeyArena on Sunday.

Huskies overcome poor first half to beat Redhawks

For six straight seasons, the Washington men’s basketball team had reigned supreme over its crosstown rivals from Seattle University.

Huskies meet Redhawks in crosstown clash

The eyes of the Seattle basketball community will focus on KeyArena for a couple of hours Friday when the city’s two Division I college basketball programs face off.

Huskies keep Bulldogs on leash in season-opening win

On a night when it went 3-for-21 from 3-point range and 10-for-17 from the free-throw line, a pair of big men came up huge for the Washington men’s basketball team.

UW signs six for 2015-2016

At a preseason press conference Wednesday, the UW announced the signings of six players to letters of intent for the 2015-2016 recruiting class, which is shaping up to be one of the best in program history.

Three to be (at) and three to see

Can't-miss games for UW men's basketball this season

Upshaw, Jarreau key to UW’s success

Different circumstances kept Robert Upshaw and Jernard Jarreau off the basketball court last season.

Summer of strength

Huskies hope offseason program pays dividends on and off court

Huskies breeze by D-II Saint Martin’s in exhibition

The result wasn’t nearly as important as the process for head coach Lorenzo Romar and the Washington men’s basketball team in their first game of the 2014-2015 season, a preseason tilt with Saint Martin’s at Alaska Airlines Arena on Thursday night.

Tristan Etienne leaves UW basketball program

Incoming freshman Tristan Etienne has left the UW men’s basketball program but is currently enrolled in classes at the university and will remain a student at least through fall quarter, the team announced in a statement today.