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UW men’s basketball team announces 2014-2015 Non-Conference schedule

UW men’s basketball team announces 2014-2015 Non-Conference schedule

Photo: Associated Press, KPUG

The University of Washington men’s basketball team has announced their non-conference schedule for the upcoming season. The huskies will play six home game, five neutral site games and one true road game.

The Dawgs non-conference schedule includes two teams that advanced to the NCAA Tournament last year – San Diego State will come to Washington December 7 and UW will face Oklahoma at the MGM Showcase in Las Vegas December 20.

The Dawgs will play two games at Key Arena as part of the Marv Harshman Classic. They will also take part in the Wooden Legacy tournament in Anaheim, California beginning November 27.

The Huskies open the season hosting South Carolina State November 14.

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