Groves brothers lead EWU with career-scoring night
Last updated 12/4/2020 at 1:37pm
PULLMAN - Had he touched the ball yet all game?
WSU 7'1" center Volodymyr Markovetskyy, who went in during the second half - hand-raised, arm out - got no reply until Noah Williams fed him in the final minute for an emphatic dunk, giving the Cougars a game-breaking lead over Eastern Washington on a night WSU trailed for most of it, winning 71-68.
Markovetskyy's score came just before EWU's Jacob Davison hit a 3-pointer to cut the lead to one and Eastern got the ball back to work for a last shot with 10 seconds left.
Williams drew a charge on Eastern's Kim Aiken, Jr., with three seconds...