With less than three weeks until the start of the 2019-20 season, here's what schools with new head coaches should expect.
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Which programs and budding stars are ready to take a step forward in the top leagues? Here's your early intel.
- Washington St. to retire Klay Thompson's No. 1
- Dennis Rodman's son commits to Washington St.
- Washington State adds graduate transfer James
- Wash. St. turns to SF's Smith as next coach
As the countdown to the 2019-20 college basketball season continues, ESPN's conference predictions series focuses on the Pac-12.
Klay Thompson's No. 1 jersey will be retired at Washington State in January.
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The son of former NBA star Dennis Rodman has committed to play at Washington State.
Washington State has added graduate transfer Deion James and incoming freshman Noah Williams to its basketball team for next season.
Washington State has hired San Francisco's Kyle Smith as its new men's basketball head coach.
Washington State is negotiating a deal with San Francisco's Kyle Smith to make him its next men's basketball head coach, sources told ESPN.
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Washington State has parted ways with head coach Ernie Kent after five seasons, the school announced Thursday night.
Ehab Amin scored 17 points, Miles Norris added 14 and Oregon rolled over Washington State 84-51 Wednesday night in the most lopsided game in Pac-12 tournament history.
Tres Tinkle scored 26 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and Oregon State beat Washington State 85-77 on Saturday afternoon.
Paul White scored 21 points and grabbed six rebounds and Oregon defeated Washington State 72-61 on Wednesday night.
Darius McNeill scored 17 points to lead four California players in double figures and the Golden Bears beat Washington State, 76-69, on Saturday.
KZ Okpala scored 22 points, Cormac Ryan hit four 3-pointers and Stanford beat Washington State 98-50 on Thursday night.
Sedrick Barefield scored 33 points to lead Utah to a 92-79 victory over Washington State on Saturday night.
Robert Franks scored 19 points and grabbed six rebounds as Washington State held off Colorado 76-74 on Wednesday night.
Noah Dickerson tipped in a missed layup from Jaylen Nowell with 25 seconds remaining and Washington defeated rival Washington State 72-70 on Saturday night.
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Robert Franks matched his career high for the second straight game with 34 points and Washington State ended a 13-game losing streak against Arizona by beating the Wildcats 69-55 on Saturday night.
Robert Franks Jr. matched his career high with 34 points and Washington State stunned Arizona State with a dominant 91-70 victory over the Sun Devils on Thursday night.
Nick Rakocevic scored 25 points and grabbed 13 rebounds and USC never trailed en route to a 93-84 win over Washington State on Saturday night.
Prince Ali, Moses Brown and Kris Wilkes each scored 16 points and UCLA beat Washington State 87-67 on Wednesday night.