Washington men’s basketball coach Mike Hopkins speaks at the team’s media day on Oct. 17 in Seattle. Hopkins wants to transform the Huskies’ defensive mindset in his first season. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

Washington men’s basketball coach Mike Hopkins speaks at the team’s media day on Oct. 17 in Seattle. Hopkins wants to transform the Huskies’ defensive mindset in his first season. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

New coach Hopkins installing defense as UW’s team identity

A preseason 8-minute stretch of stops made the light bulb come on for the Huskies.

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