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Green leads Stanford past Washington St. 75-62

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Green leads Stanford past Washington St. 75-62

Feb. 10, 2011BOX SCORE NCAA SCOREBOARDSTANFORD PAGE

PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) Jeremy Green scored 24 points to lead Stanford past Washington State 75-62 on Thursday night.The Cardinal (13-10, 6-6 Pac-10) shot a blistering 87.5 percent from behind the 3-point line in the first half (7 of 8) and did not miss until 2:03 left in the half. They made 9 of 16 3-pointers for the game. The torrid pace allowed the Cardinal to go on a 15-2 run midway through the first half and take a 45-28 lead at the break.DeAngelo Casto led Washington State (16-8, 6-6) with 22 points while Klay Thompson had 15 points and seven rebounds.The Cardinal had three players finish in double figures as Dwight Powell added 16 points and Anthony Brown had 12.RELATED: Pac-10 standings

Ex-teammate: Lebron & Kyrie need to fight

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Ex-teammate: Lebron & Kyrie need to fight

The "feud" between LeBron James and Kyrie Irving is shrouded in mystery with media reports and veiled responses clouding the truth. 

But James' former Cavs teammate Drew Gooden has a solution, telling TMZ that either Irving needs to be traded or the two superstars need to throw down in a fight.

"That's the only way," Gooden said.

Gooden cited the Cleneland's addition of Derrick Rose as the reason for Irving's unrest, although reports of Irving's trade request came out days before Rose committed to sign with Cleveland.

"I think Kyrie hot cause they went and got Derrick Rose without his consent," Gooden said. "That might have got Kyrie a little hot."

Gooden, 35, averaged 11 points, 7.1 rebounds and 25.5 minutes per game over his 14-year NBA career, which ended after playing 30 games for Washington in the 2015-16 season.

Ward injures hamstring under team supervision, placed on PUP

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Ward injures hamstring under team supervision, placed on PUP

SANTA CLARA – Safety Jimmie Ward was placed on the physically-unable-to-perform list to open training camp with a hamstring injury, the 49ers announced Friday morning.

General manager John Lynch and coach Kyle Shanahan stated on Thursday that all of their players were healthy and no players would be headed to PUP or the non-football injury list.

But that was before the 49ers were scheduled to have their conditioning test. Ward sustained the injury on Thursday during the team's conditioning test. The team lists him as "week to week."

He can be activated to begin practice at any time. Ward is also eligible to begin the regular season on the PUP list. Any player who opens the regular season on PUP is ineligible for the first six weeks of the season.

Ward is expected to be one of the key members of the 49ers' defense from the free safety position. His role is dubbed "The Eraser," fellow safety Eric Reid said, because of his role as a playmaker in the secondary. However, one of the major questions about Ward is his ability to remain healthy through the rigors of an NFL season.

Ward missed eight games as a rookie due to a foot injury. Last year, he sat out five games due to a shoulder injury.