Washington State's Klay Thompson has an older brother, and he's pretty good, too.
Mychel Thompson went on to score 12 of the team's 13 points in the extra period and scored 21 of the Waves' final 26 points.
Helped by a missed free throw and Thompson's shot, Pepperdine avoided losing to San Diego and stayed in the hunt for a semi-decent seed in the WCC tournament.
Thompson's efforts were especially needed after the team suspended guard Keion Bell for the remainder of the season. Bell, the WCC's second-leading scorer, averaged 18.9 points per game.