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Strong second half propels Ducks past Rider 99-86 and into the second round of the NIT

Minutes before tip of Oregon’s first-round NIT matchup with Rider, the Ducks emerged from their locker room in their fluorescent yellow jerseys to a half-hearted cheer from a maybe quarter-full Matthew Knight Arena. It’s a sight that Oregon has seen few times at home this season, and mainly for preseason …

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Ducks fall to UCLA in overtime, 86-78

Oregon didn’t lead for the majority of the game, but it did push the clock into its first overtime of the season. Yet, Oregon didn’t win, UCLA did. On Saturday night at the Pauley Pavilion, the Ducks fell victim to their ongoing battle with inconsistency as they lost to the …

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Ducks end two-game wining streak, falling to Trojans 72-70

After a 17-minute lead in the first half, the Ducks couldn’t keep up with the Trojan pressure when it mattered most. Oregon (17-9, Pac-12 7-6) saw its two-game win streak come to a close, losing a battle to USC (18-9, 9-5) Thursday night, 72-70. With 17 seconds left, Oregon’s Troy …

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Preview: Ducks face LA schools this weekend in high-stakes matchups for each team

Oregon is riding high off its sweep of the Washington schools last week, but steeper tests approach, starting with the Los Angeles schools this weekend. The Ducks travel south to play USC (17-9, 8-5) on Thursday and UCLA (17-8, 8-5) on Saturday. Both games carry heavy postseason implications for each …

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Warriors Hold Off Late Beacon Charge

After trailing by as many as 12 points in the second half, the Northwest Christian University men’s basketball team had a chance to tie or take the lead in the final seconds only to come away with a 71-69 defeat at the hands of Willamette Valley rival …

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Sweep of Washington schools gives Oregon confidence and momentum heading into crucial stretch

At this point in the season, Oregon needs to do one thing above all else: Win. The Ducks did just that on Sunday, completing a sweep of the Washington schools for Oregon’s first weekend sweep of conference opponents this season. What’s more, is that it seems that Oregon has bounced back …

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Photos: The Oregon Ducks triumph over the Washington State Cougars 84-57

Oregon men’s basketball athleticism too much for Washington State as Ducks win 84-57

Kenny Wooten should have been given an assist to Troy Brown Jr. After blocking the ball directly into Troy Brown Jr.’s hands, Wooten watched as Troy Brown Jr. sprinted down the court for an and-1 dunk that brought the crowd at Matthew Knight Arena to its feet. Washington State’s three-point …

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Southern Oregon Holds off Beacons, 92-86

The Northwest Christian University men’s basketball team dropped a Cascade Collegiate Conference game to Southern Oregon University on Sunday evening, 92-86. It was SOU’s first victory over the Beacons since December of 2015.

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(RV) Owls Top Beacons, 99-89

The Northwest Christian University men’s basketball team started hot but struggled down the stretch as they fell by a final of 99-89 to the OIT Owls in CCC action on Saturday night.

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