Arizona @ UCLA (6:00, Pac-12 Networks)
The Wildcats should be motivated after a tough loss on Sunday in Boulder, but the Bruins will similarly have something to prove after dropping two in a row against the Bay Area schools. In the end, Markel Walker and UCLA should prove too tough for U of A.
Oregon State @ Washington (6:00)
After sweeping Washington in conference play last season, the Beavers head to Seattle to try to extend their run of unblemished play against the Huskies to four straight games.
Winner: Oregon State
Oregon @ Washington State (7:00, Live Stream)
Washington State should be favored in a battle of a couple of the Pac-12’s basement dwellers. Oregon will need another outstanding performance from Jillian Alleyene to have a shot at getting their first conference win.
Winner: Washington State
Arizona State @ USC (7:00, Live Stream)
Michael Cooper’s Trojans have played really solid basketball for the entirety of Pac-12 play, including two tough losses to Cal and Stanford this past weekend. ASU just doesn’t quite have the offensive firepower to score with the Women of Troy.
Utah @ Stanford (7:00, Live Stream)
Stanford looked like a team that wasn’t too happy about losing two straight home games (Connecticut and California), as they defeated UCLA and USC. Utah shouldn’t be too serious of a threat to the Cardinal.
Colorado @ California (8:00, Pac-12 Networks)
If Chucky Jeffery and No. 20 Colorado play like they did last weekend against Arizona, they may have a shot at Haas Pavilion, but they’ll need to be more competitive on the glass than they were against Cal in Boulder three weeks ago.