WSU Basketball off to a hot start

PULLMAN,, WA - In the midst of a tight Pac-12 race for Cougar football, don't forget that cougar basketball has started as well.

The Washington State Men's Basketball team is off to a hot start after going going 2-0 and in their first couple games and throwing in another win with an exhibition game. They're lead by junior guard Davonte Lacy, who's averaging a team-high 24.5 points per game while pulling down five rebounds and grabbing three steals on average. Their 2-0 record came by way of Cal State Bakersfield and Lamar, and Thursday the team will face their first true test when they take on 3-0 Gonzaga.

Head coach Ken Bone talks about what needs to be improved in this young season.

"Everything, it's just so early, it's so early," said Bone. "Probably the biggest thing is organization in all areas because our playing so many new guys."

Big battle between two unbeaten teams as tip off against the Gonzaga Bulldogs is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. Thursday in Spokane.