SEATTLE -- Isaiah Thomas scored a season-high 24 points, and Washington looked sharp in its last warmup before beginning Pac-10 play with a 90-60 blowout of Nevada on Wednesday night.
Thomas did a little of everything, as the Huskies finished out almost all of their non-conference slate at 8-3, the only losses coming to Kentucky, Michigan State and Texas A&M by a combined 13 points. Washington has one non-conference game remaining on Feb. 22 against city rival Seattle.
Once again Thomas, the Huskies leading scorer at 15 per game, got plenty of help. Matthew Bryan-Amaning added 16 points and could have scored a lot more if not for a number of close misses.
Washington led by as many as 37 in the second half.
Dario Hunt led Nevada (3-9) with 16 points and 14 rebounds.