WSU Hoops Notebook

COUGREAT BASKETBALLER Brock Motum scored 13 points in his Italian league debut as the starting power forward for Granorolo of Bologna. Several other former Cougar hoopsters have also enjoyed good starts in their pro leagues overseas...
October 18, 2013

Tracking the Cougs playing pro hoops

NEWS OF Aron Baynes' seemingly imminent signing with the San Antonio Spurs provides encouragement for more than a dozen other former Washington State basketball players who are playing professionally around the world.
January 10, 2013

Cougar Basketball Notebook

PULLMAN – Patrick Simon, a diehard Washington State fan while growing up in Ephrata, had only good things to say about WSU when he chose to transfer after last season to seek more playing time. And so far, so good at his new school. That's not the case for former WSU tight end Aaron Dunn, who left Pullman to pursue basketball at Western Washington.
December 1, 2012

Hoop pros turning Coug Nation into Coug World

FORMER WASHINGTON STATE basketball players continue to transform the Cougar Nation into the Cougar World. Indeed, Cougars are playing pro ball everywhere from the NBA to New Zealand to South Korea to Germany and beyond.
October 19, 2012

Comparisons abound for Charlie Enquist

PULLMAN — Charlie Enquist may have been out of gas, but he wasn't out of humor Monday night after turning in 27 critical minutes that helped propel Washington State to a 67-66 win over Pitt in the opening stanza of the CBI championship series. He referred to himself as LeBron James' long-lost cousin after scoring 9 points and dishing 2 assists in the dramatic victory.
March 27, 2012


THIS IS IT, tonight is the last chance to see the Cougs play this season at home on the Beasley hardcourt. And even with Brock Motum, the Pac-12's leading scorer, looking like he will be out, Las Vegas oddsmakers have still installed the Cougs as 1-point favorites over Pitt for Monday's opening game in the CBI's best-of-three Championship Series.
March 26, 2012

Cougs roll to CBI win via selfless offense

KEN BONE HAS oft-mentioned how well his players get along. And it showed on the hardwood Tuesday night as Washington State players routinely broke down San Francisco's defense by finding open teammates to earn a 89-75 win in the first round of the College Basketball Invitational. It was only the fifth road win of the season for WSU, who advance to play Wyoming or North Dakota State on Monday.
March 13, 2012