The Washington State Cougars’ all-time greatest player on the hardwood, Klay Thompson, added to his legacy on Monday night when he set a new NBA record with 14 three pointers in one game. He broke teammate Steph Curry’s record in just 27 minutes. He ended up scoring 52 points in a little over half a game in the 149-124 Golden State Warriors’ win. Talk about efficient!
This is the second time that Klay has scored over 50 points in less than 30 minutes of playing time, a feat that has been accomplished by exactly zero other players in NBA history. He dropped 60 points in 29 minutes in 2016. Klay is known for accomplishing feats that are unheard of, such as scoring 37 points in one quarter in 2015 and hitting 11 triples in a Western Conference Finals game against the Oklahoma City Zombie Sonics.
To celebrate this feat, Klay dressed up as Will Ferrell’s character Jackie Moon from his ABA movie Semi-Pro.
He really is just the best.
Washington State football chat transcript - 10/31 | The Spokesman-Review
A full transcript from Wednesday's Cougar football live chat with Spokesman-Review Washington State beat writer Theo Lawson.
Former Gonzaga Prep star Evan Weaver returns to Northwest for Washington State-Cal game as one of nation’s top tacklers | The Spokesman-Review
Weaver was an all-state player for the Bullpups as a senior, winning Washington 4A Defensive Player of the Year honors from The Seattle Times, Associated Press and Tacoma News Tribune. An edge-rushing menace who doubled as a 1,000-yard rusher, Weaver led G-Prep to an unbeaten 2015 season and a blowout win over Skyline in the 4A championship game.
No costume? No candy from Leach, though pull trick if you can
"If you're dumb enough to give me candy and I don’t have a costume, great."
Gardner Minshew’s signature look has taken over Halloween. A look at some of the best Minshew costumes we’ve seen on Twitter today | The Spokesman-Review
At the risk of running into himself a few-dozen times on the trick-or-treat trail, Washington State quarterback Gardner Minshew might want to stay in this Halloween.
Pac-12 picks: The Pac-12 Conference was upset central last week. What’s in store this time around? | The Spokesman-Review
A nugget from last week’s edition of the Pac-12 picks: “The oddsmakers aren’t anticipating too many riveting games across the Pac-12 landscape this weekend.” And neither were we. But the conference spoiled its viewers – something that hasn’t happened much this season – and churned out four thrillers and four upsets.