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Ken Bone is one the hot seat in his fourth season at WSU. (Photo: AP)

Coug fans some hoops news for you from scout.com

Ahh…..basketball season Hoops season is slowly approaching. Coug fans, here is the latest on your squad. What do you think of the idea of a new uptempo, in your face defense? “We’re changing the defense quite a bit,” said Bone. “It is a much more aggressive defense. We want to apply pressure on the ball, […]

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Who and what the Washington St. Cougars lose this year

NWSB Insider and Washington State Cougars basketball blogger Jordin Ereth gives us a somber reminder of what NCAA sports are all about with this piece about departing seniors Brock Motum, and Mike Ladd. While Motum started slow and developed into the threat he is today, Ladd had some promising upside before injuries took the front seat. Both will be sorely missed over at Wazzu, but with the recruits Ken Bone has in store, a winner might not be too far over the horizon.

Ken Bone deserves another season as WSU's head coach. (Photo: Dean Hare/AP)

*Just My 2 Cents* Keep Ken Bone as Cougar Head coach

NWSB Insider and Washington State Cougars Blogger Jeff Duncan makes a case for why Ken Bone deserves more time as WSU’s head basketball coach. In his four seasons at WSU, Bone has a 70-65 overall record. That’s a winning percentage of over .500. Not many Cougar head coaches can claim that after their first four years. He’s also recruited talent such as Mike Ladd, DaVonte Lacey, Reggie Moore, Royce Woolridge and Demarquise Johnson

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Weighing in on Washington St. Cougars Head Coach Ken Bone

NWSB Insider and Washington State Cougars basketball blogger Jordin Ereth talks about how WSU head coach Ken Bone may not see himself as coach of the Cougs for much longer. While he has been good at bringing in talent and on the defensive side of the ball, his inability to develop the talent and bring the Cougars prominence in the Pac-12 may soon cost him.

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2013 Pac 12 Tournament preview: Washington State Cougars

NWSB Insider and Washington State Cougars basketball blogger Jordin Ereth discusses how WSU looks heading into the 2013 Pac 12 tournament. The Cougars ended the season as the 11th seed, fittingly facing their rivals – the Washington Huskies. Big impacts are expected this week by Dexter Kernich-Drew and Will DiIorio, both capable players but nowhere near the offensive efficiency of DaVonte Lacy and Mike Ladd.

Ken Bone is one the hot seat in his fourth season at WSU. (Photo: AP)

WSU head coach Ken Bone is on the “Hot Seat”

NWSB Insider and Washington State Cougars basketball blogger Jordin Ereth discusses how WSU head coach Ken Bone is on the hot seat as the 2012-13 season starts to wind down. Bone has brought in recruits such as Reggie Moore, DaVonte Lacy and junior college transfers Mike Ladd and Faisal Aden, but production has been mediocre at best. With talent coming in next season, the team could show improvement. The question is, will Bone be around to see it?

Brock Motum and D.J> Shelton

2013 Washington St. Cougars Basketball: Month in review

NWSB Insider and Washington State Cougars basketball blogger Jordin Ereth talks about the month of January for the Cougars. The games have been intense, stressful, competitive, and all of the other anxiety-producing emotions under the sun. Yet the Cougars have not come out victoriously very often. The Cougars are coming off of a nail-biting win over Oregon State. Hopefully this will boost Brock Motom, DaVonte Lacy, and Mike Ladd to greater heights.

Brock Motum and D.J> Shelton

2012 Washington St. Cougars basketball: Month in review

NWSB Editor and Insider Jordin Ereth reviews the first month of the Washington State Cougars basketball season. After the abysmal year from the Washington State Cougars football program, there was an aura of optimism surrounding the upcoming basketball season. One month into the 2012-2013 campaign, and the Cougars stand at 7-4. Brock Motum is the head of the pack, Mike Ladd is the biggest surprise and Royce Woolridge has the most room for improvement.

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