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Today, we test your men's basketball scoring knowledge and last name retention skills.

Decent chance Klay is on this list.
Decent chance Klay is on this list.
Jeff Gross

We had a little fun with last names and football yards from scrimmage leaders last week, so I thought we'd go the same route this week, but instead focus on the best scorers in WSU men's basketball history.

Same drill as last week, guess the leader scorer by first letter of their last name. We dug way into the record books on a few of these, including some players from the 1930s, so I hope you've been studying your WSU basketball history. Letters I, N, O, Y and Z are especially tough.

A - Shamon Antrum
B - Larry Beck
C - Don Collins
D - Carlos Daniel
E - Gary Elliot
F - Ike Fontaine
G - Ed Gayda
H - Mark Hendrickson
I - Ike Iroegbu
J - Edgar Jeffries
K - Thomas Kelati
L - Derrick Low
M - Brock Motum
N - Ivar Nelson
O - Bud Olson
P - Steve Puidokas
Q - Brian Quinnett
R - Bill Rehder
S - Bennie Seltzer
T - Klay Thompson
U - Ezenwa Ukeagu
V - Byron Vadset
W - Joe Wallace
X - N/A
Y - Ron Yacuk
Z - Jim Zimmerman

Football:

Deone Bucannon has taken a few pre-draft visits and on Monday he'll be in Seattle visiting the Seahawks. Bucannon is still pegged in the second to third round range.

WSU safety Deone Bucannon visiting Seahawks this week, according to report | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Also there on Monday, according to a NationalFootballPost.com report, will be Washington State safety Deone Bucannon.

Source: Washington St. safety Deone Bucannon visits Seahawks on Monday | National Football Post
Washington State All-American safety Deone Bucannon visits the Seattle Seahawks on Monday and Tuesday, according to a league source.

Rowing:

Rowing Collects Three Wins in Sunday Sessions - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
After racing in challenging conditions Saturday, the Washington State University women’s rowing team finished the Sunday sessions of the Clemson Invite with wins in three of the seven races at Lake Hartwell.