Washington State beats Stanford, 89-88

Ny Redding sank two free throws with 5.5 seconds left to lift Washington State over Stanford

Ny Redding sank two free throws with 5.5 seconds left to lift Washington State to an 89-88 win over Stanford on Saturday in Pac-12 basketball.

Chasson Randle scored 33 points in a losing cause for Stanford (15-6, 6-3 Pac-12), which had its two-game winning streak snapped.

DaVonte Lacy scored 25 points for Washington State (10-11, 4-5), which had a four-game losing streak snapped. Four other players scored in double figures for the Cougars.

Stanford shot just 42.9% in the second half to allow the Cougars to maintain the one-point lead they had at halftime. Washington State shot 60.0% in the second half and 55% for the game.

The teams combined for 76 free throws in a foul-plagued game.

Two free throws by Josh Hawkinson and a long jumper by Lacy gave Washington State a 78-70 lead with 3:32 left.

Stanford's Rosco Allen hit a three-pointer and Anthony Brown sank a pair of free throws to cut the Cougars' lead to 84-83 with 46 seconds left.

Lacy hit one of two free throws for a two-point lead with 36 seconds left.

Allen missed from close range and Ike Iroegbu of Washington State was fouled on the rebound. He made both free throws for an 87-83 Cougars lead with 18 seconds left.

Randle missed on a drive, but Stanford got the ball back on a jump ball. Stefan Nastic scored to cut the Cougars' lead to 87-85.

Redding was fouled on the inbounds play and sank both free throws for an 89-85 lead with 5.5 seconds left.

Dorian Pickens hit a three-pointer at the buzzer for the final score.

In the first, Stanford made three three-point baskets in jumping to a 17-5 lead.

Robert Cartwright's three-pointer, fifth in six attempts for Stanford, pushed the Cardinal lead to 27-14.

Stanford cooled off and Washington State went on a 17-3 run, with seven points by Que Johnson, to take a 37-36 lead on Lacy's three-pointer. The Cardinal was held without a field goal for more than five minutes.

Washington State led, 42-41, at halftime, behind 12 points by Johnson.

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