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USA Ends Play in Shenzhen With Win Over China

Shenzhen, China – The NetScouts Basketball USA All-Stars closed out play in Shenzhen with a 78-70 win over host China before 4,588 fans at the Bao’an Gymnasium in Shenzhen. It was the Americans second straight win over China. The Americans played with only eight players again with Andrew Warren not getting a rest until the […]

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Slovenia Tops USA With Efficient Shooting

Shenzhen, China – Slovenia used crisp passing and solid three-point shooting to defeat the NetScouts Basketball USA All-Stars 98-82 at the Bao’an Gymnasium in Shenzhen. The Slovenians shot 13-of-35 on three-pointers compared to 4-of-17 for the Americans. Slovenia was coming off a 22-point win over Denmark in their last game and are playing the best […]

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Slovenia Tops USA All-Stars in First Action in China

Chenzhou, China – Slovenia used a strong run in the first half to take control of the game and defeat the NetScouts Basketball USA All-Stars 87-77 in the first tour game for the USA team. The Slovenians used crisp passing and hot shooting from long range to turn a 10-2 deficit into a 51-36 halftime […]

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Oregon Ducks Set to Play Alabama…in Basketball

In what many would have hoped would have been another sport, it was announced on Thursday that Oregon has signed a contract to play a Home and Home Series in Basketball with Alabama starting this season. The non-conference slate for both teams has not … Continue reading

Jon Wilner: Oregon Basketball Set To Take Big Step in Pac-12 Conference in 2015

The 2015 College Basketball season is still six months away. Teams in the Pac-12 Conference and around the country are either working on team building or rebuilding following the 2014 season. Jon Wilner from Mercury News sees the Oregon Ducks on the te… Continue reading

How Joseph Young and Arsalan Kazemi Changed Two Oregon Seasons

Prior to both the 2012-13, and 2013-14, the University of Oregon Basketball team was in need of a leading rebounder, and scorer, respectively. With little time on their hands, transferring players became the solution. Moving towards the end of Septembe… Continue reading

Oregon Faces Navy To Start 2015 Season In Pearl Harbor Ceremonies

For years now, the Oregon Ducks have honored the Nation’s Military with the Annual Spring Football Game. The trend has also spilled over into the Men’s Basketball program. It was announced on Wednesday that Oregon will play for the second time in t… Continue reading

A Bright Future for Elgin Cook

The Ducks have wrapped up their 2015 NCAA tournament campaign after a 72-65 loss to Wisconsin, but things are still looking bright after this season. With Joseph Young leaving, the Ducks will be looking for new players to feed the…

Ducks ousted by Badgers 72-65

The Wisconsin Badgers beat the Oregon Ducks for the second straight year in the NCAA Tournament’s round of 32, this time 72-65 at CenturyLink Center on Sunday night, sending the Ducks home following a surprisingly good year. Continue reading

NCAA Tournament: Oregon Ducks Young Nets 27 in Win Over Oklahoma State

Oregon faced Oklahoma State in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday and from the beginning the Cowboys would not make it easy for Dana Altman and the Ducks. The game saw streaking point runs by both teams including a nine point run by Okla… Continue reading

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