Sports Washington meets Hawaii in Diamond Head Classic

Washington meets Hawaii in Diamond Head Classic


Washington (9-2) vs. Hawaii (8-3)

Diamond Head Classic, Stan Constable Center, Honolulu; Monday, 11 p.m. EST

BOTTOM LINE: Washington is set to face Hawaii in the Diamond Head Classic. Hawaii made a 67-63 win over UTEP in its most recent video game, while Washington won easily 85-64 against Ball State in its last getaway.

TEAM LEADERS: Hawaii’s Eddie Stansberry has actually averaged 18.5 points while Zigmars Raimo has actually set up 9.3 points, seven rebounds and 4.4 helps. For the Huskies, Isaiah Stewart has balanced 18.1 points and 8.5 rebounds while Jaden McDaniels has set up 15.2 points and 5.1 rebounds.

OFFENSIVE THREAT: Drew Buggs has represented 40 percent of all Hawaii field goals over the last 5 video games. The junior guard has 22 basket and 32 assists in those video games.

IDEAL WHEN: The Rainbow Warriors are 5-0 when recording at least 10 offending rebounds and 3-3 when they fall shy of that mark. The Huskies are 7-0 when turning the ball over 15 times or fewer and 2-2 when the group surpasses that overall.

DANGER FROM DEEP: Washington’s Green has actually tried 34 3-pointers and linked on 47.1 percent of them, and is 10 for 14 over his last three video games.

DID YOU UNDERSTAND: Hawaii has actually made 8.2 3-pointers per game this season, which is tops among Huge West groups. The Rainbow Warriors have actually averaged 9.3 3-pointers per video game over their last 3 video games.

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