Well, it took less than 24 hours.
Ken Bone informed Vince Grippi of The Spokesman-Review after practice tonight that Klay Thompson's indefinite suspension for a misdemeanor marijuana arrest has indeed been lifted after just one game, as most of us suspected it would. Vince broke the news via his Twitter account:
WSU's Klay Thompson has been reinstated. His suspension for his marijuana citation was lifted Monday by coach Ken Bone. http://bit.ly/iguqJo
According to Grippi, Thompson will start for WSU when they take on Washington in the opener of the Pac-10 Tournament on Thursday.
Even though we all figured this is how it would play out, it's still welcome news. There isn't any official comment out there yet; we'll add details as they become available.
As for Reggie Moore, Vince is reporting that he did, in fact, practice as well. He was limited by the ankle, however, and it's still up in the air as to whether he can play on Thursday.