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Oregon Duck Basketball Is Ready for ‘Final Four’ Flight

Dreary days have come to Eugene. The glowing, summer sun that represents the hype and hope that Oregon Duck football brings, is gone. For all intents and purposes the season is done, despite the fact that there are seven games…

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Small Plays Big Role in Ducks’ Latest Victory

Sam Felton, Sports Reporter for FishDuck.com, writes from Matt Knight Arena in Eugene, Oregon. The Ducks continued their unbeaten streak as they defeated the visiting Savannah State Tigers by a score of 77-59. Coach Dana Altman’s team moves to 3-0…

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Ducks Soar to Victory with Benjamin Scoring as 6th Man

The Oregon Ducks basketball team continued their quest to dominate the entire state when they defeated the Southern Oregon Raiders by a score of 91-40 last night. The Ducks used a well balanced offense to gain their second win of…

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Ducks Basketball Faces Friendly Foe as Altman Preps for Future

Basketball season is officially upon us. The Ducks start their campaign with an exhibition game against their Eugene neighbors at Northwest Christian University, having cruised to a 101-69 victory last season. Besides the anticipation of seeing the high flying Ducks back…

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A Conversation With Kamikaze Kid Stu Jackson

Stu Jackson was a member of the famous 1970s Ducks basketball team coined the  “Kamikaze Kids” under head coach Dick Harter. Known for their aggressive, energetic play, the Kamikaze Kids became the foundation of “the Pit” and the crazy atmosphere in…

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Oregon’s Top 5 Players in the NBA?

Although Oregon doesn’t have a long list of NBA players like Duke, North Carolina or UCLA,  the Ducks can boast about the following Top 5, whom I’m going to rank arbitrarily according to their stats and highlights in the NBA…… Continue reading

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NBA Draft Profile: Joseph Young

Oregon basketball enjoyed an electrifying season, one that it was never supposed to enjoy at all. After returning only three rotation players, the Ducks were expected to finish eighth in the Pac-12, all but certain to miss the NCAA tournament….

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