The UCLA Bruins (16-6, 6-3 Pac-12) had a little over a week to lick their wounds after losing two straight games to the Arizona State Sun Devils and cross-town rival USC Trojans.
The biggest question going in to tonight's game against the Washington Huskies (13-9, 5-4 Pac-12) was the old adage of "rest vs. rust."
Will Shabazz Muhammad be able to continue his dominant play of the last three games, or will he put up an abysmal performance like he did against Oregon on Jan. 19?
Will the Wear twins make serviceable contributions?
Will Larry Drew II continue to be the best passer in the conference?
Here are the five things that we learned from tonight's win over Washington.