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Archive - Dec 30, 2010

Pac Ten Blog

Player of the Week

Klay Thompson

Klay ThompsonKlay ThompsonThompson is the first two-time “Player of the Week” winner this season. His performance in Hawaii surely opened the eyes of some of his critics. Thompson finished the week averaging 26.3 points, 3 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 2.3 steals per contest. He was 25 of 46 from the field good for 54.3 percent and made 13 of his 25 attempts from the three point line (52%). Thompson has eclipsed the 20 point mark in eight of Washington States’ 12 games this season. Had the Cougars finished off the Butler game with a solid second half and a win, they would likely be the Pac-10s lone ranked team entering conference play.

Hot/Cold

With conference play set to begin, here's a hot and cold for each of the teams in the Pac-Ten through the non-conference portion of the schedule.

Arizona Wildcats

Record: 11-2

RPI: 40

Best Win: North Carolina State (RPI 65)

Worst Loss: Brigham Young (RPI 3)

Arkansas suspends Powell

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Sports Illustrated
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Depleted Xavier loses Canty to broken foot

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Sports Illustrated
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Kendrick transferring from Memphis to Ole Miss

Source: 
CBS Sports
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