Washington puts its 14-0 home winning streak on the line against Oregon State, which has a 14-game losing streak at Alaska Airlines Arena.

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Washington vs. Oregon State
Time: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Alaska Airlines Arena
TV/Radio: Pac-12 Networks/KOMO 1000 AM & 97.7 FM
Records: UW (23-6, 14-2): OSU (17-11, 9-7).

Projected starting lineups:

OSU
Player … Ht. … Yr. … PPG … RPG … APG
G Stephen Thompson Jr. … 6-4 … Sr. … 16.2 … 4.4 … 3.4
G Ethan Thompson … 6-5 … So. … 13.6 …. 5.1 … 3.6
F Tres Tinkle … 6-8 … Jr. … 20.1 …. 8.0 … 4.0
F Kylor Kelley … 7-0 … Jr. … 7.3 … 5.0 … 0.4
C Gligorije Rakocevic … 6-11 … So. … 5.7 … 3.0 … 0.1

UW
Player … Ht … Yr … PPG … RPG … APG
G David Crisp … 6-0 … Sr. … 12.6 …. 2.4 … 2.6
G Jaylen Nowell … 6-4 … So. … 16.2 … 5.5 … 3.1
G Matisse Thybulle … 6-5 … Sr. … 9.7 …. 3.2 … 2.2
F Noah Dickerson … 6-8 … Sr. … 12.5 … 6.6 … 0.9
F Hameir Wright … 6-9 … So. … 2.8 …. 2.5 … 0.9

Scouting report: Washington is 14-0 at Alaska Airlines Arena and seeking its first undefeated home record since the 2004-05 season. … The Huskies won the Pac-12 regular-season title and clinched the No. 1 seed in next week’s conference tournament. … UW has four 1,000 point scorers on its roster at the same time for the first time in program history including Noah Dickerson (1,528), David Crisp (1,432), Matisse Thybulle (1,195) and Jaylen Nowell (1,015). … UW is holding opponents to just 63.9 points per game overall which is ranked 23rd in the NCAA. … Oregon State just about extinguished its hopes for a NCAA tournament at-large berth last week after a pair of disheartening defeats at home to Arizona (74-72) and Arizona State (74-71). … OSU’s last three losses have come by a combined six points. … The Beavers currently hold the No. 3 seed in the Pac-12 Tournament, which guarantees a first-round bye and a spot in the quarterfinals. But they could finish between third and ninth. … OSU’s Tres Tinkle is the only player in the country averaging at least 20.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game. … OSU’s Stephen Thompson Jr. averages 19.9 points in five games against Washington. He’s broken the Huskies’ hearts with a pair of buzzer-beating, game-winning shots as a junior in 2018 and a freshman in 2016.

Key matchup: With 7-foot forward Kylor Kelley, 7-11 center Gligorije Rakocevic and the 6-8 Tinkle, Oregon State is one biggest teams in the country with an imposing front line. Even though Kelley leads the nation in blocked shots per game (3.54)., Washington will still need to find ways to score inside. … Tinkle has caused the Huskies problems in the past because he’s the ideal antidote to their stifling 2-3 zone due to his ability to pass, drive to the rim and shoot mid-range jumpers.

Coach: In his ninth year with at Oregon State, Wayne Tinkle has a 74-81 record with the Beavers. He spent the previous eight years (2006-14) at Montana where he compiled a 156-81 record. During his 13-year coaching career, Tinkle is 232-172.

The series: UW leads 161-142 in a series that began in 1903. Saturday’s matchup is the 304th game between the teams. … The Huskies have won 14 straight home games to the Beavers with the last UW defeat coming on Feb. 20, 2003 (80-72). It’s UW’s longest current home winining ing streak to a Pac-12 opponent. … Last season, UW and OSU played three games decided by a total of eight points. … In the first matchup, UW fell 97-94 in double overtime at Oregon State on Feb. 10. … The Huskies beat the Beavers 79-77 on March 1 at Alaska Airlines Arena. … And OSU defeated UW 69-66 in overtime in the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament on March 7.

Last meeting: Nowell scored a team-high 19 points and Nahziah Carter finished with 18 including several highlight dunks to lead Washington to a 79-69 win over Oregon State at Gill Coliseum on Jan. 26. Crisp added 14 points and Thybulle tallied 11 points, five steals, three assists and three rebounds. Stephen Thompson Jr. scored 30 points and Tinkle had 18.