All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Ben Carter’

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    He’s Coming Basketball Fans — and You Will Know His Name — Abdul-Bassit

    Yeah, so it’s baseball season, and Oregon’s basketball campaign ended late last month, but it’s never too early (or too late) to learn more about our beloved basketball Ducks.  Although players A.J. Lapray and Ben Carter are transferring away, sharp shooting Jalil Abdul-Bassit remains.  He …

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    Ya Gotta Have Heart — Ducks Dancing in March?

    EUGENE, OR. – You could tell there was a different feel in Matthew Knight Arena even before the game tipped off on Saturday afternoon.  Maybe it was because the entire arena was filled up for the first time in who knows how long, maybe it …

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    Bench to Trench — Reserve Ducks Dominate CW Battle

    The Ducks held off the battling Beavers in Sunday’s Civil War game, but not necessarily because of the starting lineup.  Seeing the double-digit scoring figures by four of the five starters, people tend to focus all praise towards the fab five, but what about the …

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    Duckling Profile: There’s No “I” in Carter

    Many athletes and sports fanatics have heard the phrase, “There is no ‘I’ in team.” For Ben Carter, he not only embodies this idea, but also practices it.  He makes himself available to play many positions on the court, not just one.  That versatility is …

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  • Dana Altman jokes about Phil Knight bobblehead promotion, Artis and Carter suspensions

    Dana Altman was full of emotion during Saturday’s press conference following Oregon’s 78-66 win over USC. In one instance, he gave a long-winded, passionate answer about Jason Calliste and some of the other key fifth year transfer players he’s coached at Oregon. Then, he talked about Saturday’s Phil Knight bobblehead promotion. First, Altman noted the size […]

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  • Flores: Oregon men’s basketball will be dangerous come NCAA tournament time

    Before Sunday’s win over Washington State, the Oregon men’s basketball team hadn’t won a game in over three weeks. The Ducks tried having more fun in practice and before games, they altered their starting lineup and they ignored game film from their loss to Oregon State. But what they truly needed was Sunday’s victory. “We just need […]

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  • Raw video: Joseph Young and Ducks look to move on from four-game losing streak

    On the eve of Oregon’s road game against Washington, Joseph Young discussed his team’s four-game losing streak and the most recent loss to Oregon State. But Young said he and his team are focused on moving on, which is one reason why the Ducks didn’t watch any film from the Civil War loss. Young also […]

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    Recruiting Update: Swain Bringin’ the Pain

    Football Recruiting News In a West Team romp, this past Saturday’s U.S. Army All-American Game featured a trifecta of touchdowns coming by way of committed Oregon runner Royce Freeman (4-Star/Imperial, CA/Rivals100). On five carries, Freeman opened the country’s eyes to a blend of nimble power where …

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    Stat Attack – Top Five 2013 Basketball Stats

    Don Olson Now, nearly one third of the way into the Ducks’ 2013 basketball season, there have been many unexpected turns.  The suspension of two key players, the addition of so many transfers and how all these changes would play out on the court.  As …

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    Ducks Leave Anteaters Hungry

    Don Olson EUGENE, OREG.- The 6-5 UC Irvine Anteaters came into Eugene with one of the tallest, if not the tallest, player in college basketball at 7’6” in Mamadou Ndiaye.  Oregon has been struggling on the boards in their previous games, thus UCI felt strong …

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