College Basketball - Page 2

Ducks Bring Gridiron Lessons to the Hardwood


Throughout the nation the past few years, the Oregon Ducks have become synonymous with speed, ingenuity, and most of all offense.  On its way to the National Championship Game, the bling-flashing, party-crashing, 100-yard-dashing Duck football team put up record numbers in points per...

Oregon Adds Israeli Sorkin to Roster


The Oregon Ducks have added Roman Sorkin, a 6’9, 225-pound power forward/center from Israel to their roster. Sorkin has enrolled at the university and is eligible to play immediately. NetScouts Basketball scouted Sorkin at the U18 European “B” Championships last summer in Bulgaria. Sorkin was impressive in his nine games there averaging 14.1 points and […] Continue reading →

Brooks Leads Oregon Ducks to Upset of No. 25 Illinois


Chicago, IL—The Oregon Ducks upset the 25th ranked Illinois Fighting Illini 77-70 at the United Center. The Ducks, who were down by 13 points with just over four minutes to play in the first half, became the aggressor and used a 13-4 run to cut the halftime deficit to four. The second half saw each […] Continue reading →

Eric Moreland, Devon Collier Suspensions Announced: 14 Games, 1 Game Respectively

Eric Moreland Devon Collier

The suspensions for Oregon State Beavers basketball players Eric Moreland and Devon Collier have been announced. The two stars will be suspended 14 games and one game respectively.

Oregon Ducks Basketball Lands Houston Transfer Joseph Young


Houston transfer guard Joseph Young has made his announcement official and will be the newest member of Dana Altman's basketball team.

5-star Aaron Gordon Picks Arizona Over Oregon


The Oregon Ducks were in the running for 5-star Aaron Gordon for quite some time, but the athletic power forward from San Jose, Calif. went with Pac-12 rival Arizona instead.

Ducks Lose in Sweet 16 to Louisville, 77-69


It was an incredible regular season, and an even more remarkable post season for the Oregon Ducks (28-8, 12-6). Unfortunately it all came to an end by a final score of 77-69 to the No. 1 overall seed Louisville Cardinals (31-5, 14-4).

Artis’ Poor Play Continues Against Billikens


Oregon Ducks men's basketball starting guard Dominic Artis has struggled to find his groove ever since returning from a month-long foot injury back in January. Artis, a true freshman from Findlay Prep High School, dominated in the first 19 games of the season, averaging 10.16 points per game and was one of the most consistent players on the team.

Is Oregon Primed for a Deep NCAA Run?


The Oregon Ducks (26-8, 12-6) men's basketball team just completed an impressive run in the Pac-12 Tournament that saw them crowned conference champions and feeling comfortable waiting to hear the selection committee's seeding. But how far can this team make it in the NCAA Tourney?

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