Washington 95, Seattle 74
SEATTLE (AP)—Matthew Bryan-Amaning had 24 points and 13 rebounds and Aziz N’Diaye scored a career-high 15 as the Washington Huskies used their size to cruise past Seattle 95-74 at Key Arena on Tuesday night.
The 6-foot-9 Bryan-Amaning and 7-foot N’Diaye were too much to handle for the Redhawks. Alex Jones and Gavin Gilmore were unable to keep Washington from getting the ball into the post and struggled to rebound against the taller Huskies.
Washington blew the game open right after halftime, going on a 14-3 run to break open an 37-29 halftime lead.
Isaiah Thomas had 20 points, Terrence Ross scored 13 and Justin Holiday and Darnell Gant each added 10 points for Washington (19-8).
Cervante Burrell’s 26 points led the way for Seattle (10-17). Sterling Carter finished with 20 points.