Stanford eases past short-handed Washington

Elaine Thompson/APMarcus Allen (15) celebrates with Stanford teammate Chasson Randle after a score against Washington during Wednesday's game.

Elaine Thompson/APMarcus Allen (15) celebrates with Stanford teammate Chasson Randle after a score against Washington during Wednesday's game.

SEATTLE — Anthony Brown scored 23 points and Stanford took advantage of Washington's depleted inside game for an 84-74 victory Wednesday night.

It was Washington's first game since dismissing 7-foot center Robert Upshaw for unspecified violation of team rules.

That left little inside resistance for Cardinal 7-foot center Stefan Nastic, who scored 15 of his 17 points in the first half.

Chasson Randle added 20 points and Marcus Allen had 12 for Stanford (15-5, 6-2 Pac-12).

Nigel Williams-Goss had 17 points to lead Washington (14-6, 3-5). Mike Anderson had 16 points and Quevyn Winters added 13.

Stanford led by 12 points, 36-24, at intermission and Washington could draw no closer until pulling within 10 in the final minute. The Huskies trailed by as many as 26 points in the second half.

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