The Ducks‘ 75-67 victory over USC at Matt Knight Arena was a special night for two of Oregon’s most charismatic and effective players. Senior Joseph Young scored 19 points, becoming the 33rd Duck in Oregon basketball history to reach 1,000 career points. Jordan Bell, Oregon’s…
The latest Blazers’ Corner takes a look at two former Oregon Ducks working out for the Blazers ahead of the NBA Draft. Plus, it wouldn’t be a Blazer column without Damian Lillard receiving some award.
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.
It was sloppy, back-and-forth and a game head coach Dana Altman would probably not like to watch again, but the No. 4 seed Oregon Ducks advance to the second round of the tournament after defeating the Washington Huskies 80-77 in overtime.
The Oregon Ducks will have a huge opportunity this weekend in the Pac-12 tournament
The Oregon Ducks couldn’t finish their season on a high note, losing to the Utah Utes by a score of 72-62. The loss gave the UCLA Bruins the Pac-12 regular season title and will send the Ducks to Las Vegas as the No. 3 seed in the 2013 Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament.
Oregon did everything right against Stanford Saturday night, and avenged its worst loss of the season in the process. After a disappointing 48-46 loss to Cal Thursday, Oregon’s balanced scoring and points off turnovers propelled them to a 77-66 victory. The win took away the chance for the Bay Area schools to sweep the Ducks, and payback for its 24 point loss to Stanford earlier in the season.
After their perfect conference run and a nine-game win streak came to a screeching halt on Wednesday, the Oregon Ducks’ basketball team failed in the final minutes against California on Saturday, dropping its second consecutive game to open up the Pac-12 race. The contest was close all game long but Cal scored the final 10 […]
Oregon’s defense was a key factor in the victory. After shooting above 40 percent from the field and over 50 percent from the three-point line (7-11) in the first half, the Ducks shut down the Cougars with stingy defense after halftime.
The No. 21 Oregon Ducks improved to 5-0 in conference play in a clutch win over a top-25 UCLA Bruins program.