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    Oregon Men’s Basketball: Where Do We Go From Here?

    In November, the Oregon Ducks (15-8, 3-8 Pac-12) seemed to be a prime contender for a deep run into March Madness, winning its first 13 games and reaching the No. 10 ranking in the AP Poll.  That incredible start now seems miles away since they reached conference …

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  • After the Buzzer: Dana Altman discusses transfer players, UCLA and Arik Armstead

    The Oregon men’s basketball team will face 16-4 UCLA Thursday night at Matthew Knight Arena, and Ducks head coach Dana Altman expects the Bruins to be a tough test. Sophomore guard-forward Kyle Anderson especially impresses Altman, as do freshmen Zach LaVine and Bryce Alford. During Tuesday’s Pac-12 media teleconference, Altman discussed UCLA and Mike Moser […]

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    Will the Ducks Live or Die by the Three-Point Shot?

    Like many college basketball teams, the Ducks relied heavily on three-point shots last season. They weren’t the most prolific team from deep range, but they weren’t a relentless rim-attacking team either. The stats back this up. In their 28 wins from the 2012-13 season, Oregon …

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  • Your Greatest “Oregon” Ducks

    About a year ago, I wrote a post attempting to list the greatest “Oregon” Ducks of all-time - University of Oregon athletes, regardless of sport, who were either natives of the state of Oregon, or at had least moved here at a young age and thus “grew up” …

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  • Louisville too much for the Ducks in Sweet 16 win

    It was a hard fought battle for the Oregon Ducks, who lost to the Louisville Cardinals 77-69 in the Sweet 16 Friday night.  Many analysts had Oregon as being extremely overmatched in this contest; while they were overmatched in some facets of the game, they …

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  • Singler Legacy Getting A Wonderful Sendoff

    For the better part of the last four years, Oregon senior E.J. Singler has been toiling around the University of Oregon program, steadily going about his business as if he were working a boring 9-5 job.  The last remaining holdover from the Ernie Kent-era, Singler …

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  • Singler For Three

    Oregon Was In The Zone … Defense

    The 12th seeded Oregon Ducks took down 4th seed St. Louis Billikens Saturday in San Jose, 74-57.  It should be blatantly obvious to everyone after this game that Oregon got no seeding respect from the selection committee.  However, it seems to have worked out in the Ducks’ …

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    Ducks Perform Elegant First Step at the Big Dance

    SAN JOSE, Calif. – The NCAA tournament game was technically an upset: No. 12 seed Oregon topples No. 5 seed Oklahoma State 68-55.  It felt like anything but. Oregon, now 27-8, was the aggressor from the opening tip and took the game physically to the …

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    Oregon vs Oklahoma St. Preview

    The Oregon Ducks take on the Oklahoma State Cowboys today in their first match up of the NCAA tournament.  The teams have almost identical records with Oregon holding two more wins than the Cowboys.  I personally don’t believe Oregon should have been as low as a …

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    Ducks Pay Back Utah and Gain Another Chance to Claim a Pac-12 Title

    LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Utah ended Oregon’s goal of winning the regular season conference championship a week ago in the final Pac-12 game in Salt Lake City with a stifling performance against a flat and uninspired Duck effort. Last night in semifinal action from the …

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