According to the Reno Gazette-Journal, Washington is finalizing a two-for-one deal that would add Nevada to the 2010-11 non-conference schedule.

The Wolf Pack (21-13) finished tied for second in the WAC with an 11-5 record and ended the season in the second round of the NIT.

The Huskies would play in Reno for the 2011-12 season and the Wolf Pack would return to Seattle in 2012-13.

Next season, Washington starts in the Maui Classic. The Huskies also have non-conference games against Texas Tech, Texas A&M and Seattle University.

WEDNESDAY MORNING LINKS:

--- The four-day Portsmouth Invitational Tournament begins tonight and it will feature seven Pac-10 players including: Arizona State's Eric Boateng, Cal's Jerome Randle, Patrick Christopher and Theo Robertson, Stanford's Landry Fields,...

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