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It's all about putting the ball in the basket today.

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DaVonte Lacy didn't lead WSU in scoring against California on Sunday, but he did add 14 points. That was enough to contribute to a cougar win and move him into 16th place on WSU's all-time scoring list. If Lacy can maintain his current scoring average for the rest of the season he'll easily break into the top 10 and could finish as high as No. 4 on WSU's all time scoring list.

Since he'll be passing a lot of names on the way, we might as well know who's about to drop a spot.

Q1: Name the top 15 players on WSU's all-time scoring list.

Q2: Name them in order, broken into groups of 1-5, 6-10 and 11-15.

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Men's basketball:

Cougars Lock Down Cal For First Pac-12 Win - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Jordan Railey believes Washington State's ball movement on offense is finally coming together after two months of sporadic outings.

Video: Ernie Kent after California. | The Spokesman-Review
Video: Ernie Kent after California.

Video: Josh Hawkinson and Jordan Railey after California | The Spokesman-Review
Video: Josh Hawkinson and Jordan Railey after California

Cal basketball falls to Washington State 69-66 - SFGate
Cal (11-4, 1-1) appeared to have regained momentum after back-to-back losses by beating the Huskies on Friday, but it stumbled once again to the Cougars (7-7, 1-1) — a team that was picked to finish second-to-last in the Pac-12.

Hawkinson, Railey lead Washington State past Cal | The Columbian
Josh Hawkinson had 18 points and 13 rebounds for his sixth straight double-double, Jordan Railey scored 17 points and Washington State beat California 69-66 on Sunday for its first Pac-12 road win in nearly two years.

Washington State tops Cal in upset - San Jose Mercury News
Cal's 69-66 loss to Washington State -- a team picked to finish last in the Pac-12 -- wasn't merely another ghastly entry on the Bears' season resume but further evidence of shortcomings that seem likely to haunt them going forward.

Josh Hawkinson, Jordan Railey lead WSU past Cal - Spokesman.com - Jan. 4, 2015
At the conclusion of last year’s Pac-12 basketball season, Washington State was the only school without a conference win on the road.

Women's basketball:

Video: Tia Presley's scoring versatility leads Washington State to 81-70 victory over Arizona - Swish Appeal
Guards Tia Presley and Lia Galdeira combined to score 51 points in the Washington State Cougars' 81-70 win over the Arizona Wildcats to open Pac-12 conference play.

Cougars Face No. 22 Arizona State Monday On Pac-12 Networks - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Off to its best start in 24 seasons, Washington State (10-2, 1-0) will wrap up its Pac-12 Conference opening road trip with a Monday matchup against No. 22 Arizona State University (12-1, 1-0). Tipoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. (PT) on the Pac-12 Networks.

Football recruiting:

Marysville Pilchuck's Joyner verbally commits to play for Huskies | HeraldNet.com - High school sports
Austin Joyner’s college commitment has come full circle: he’s going to be a Husky.