Here's a look at Washington, which hosts Oregon State in a Pac-12 game Saturday afternoon.
The Huskies are 7-7 overall and 0-2 in conference play after Wednesday's 83-61 home loss to No. 15 Oregon. They had a three-game winning streak ended with a 79-74 home loss to Washington State on Sunday in the Pac-12 opener.
Markelle Fultz continues to be Washington's most valuable player.
The standout freshman guard averages 22.3 points, 6.1 rebounds and 6.5 assists. He's scored 25 or more in six games. Fultz leads the Pac-12 in scoring and third in steals (1.6).
Washington also gets contributions from sophomore guard David Crisp (14.1 points) and sophomore forward Noah Dickerson (12.5 points, 8.7 rebounds). Crisp has scored in double digits and made at least two 3-pointers the past six games.
In the Pac-12 per-game rankings, the Huskies are first in offensive rebounds (12.8), second in scoring offense (83.6), 3-point percentage (41.4) and blocks (6.9), 11th in scoring defense (80.3) and field goal percentage defense (44.3) and 12th in 3-point percentage defense (40.2).
Senior forward Malik Dime is second in blocks (2.7). Sophomore guard Matisse Thybulle is first in steals (2.0).
Lorenzo Romar is in his 15th year at Washington and the 21st overall as a head coach. He was previously a head coach at Pepperdine and St. Louis and an assistant at UCLA.