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    Horrible Situation Turns into an Incredible Outcome

      A few weeks ago the University of Oregon basketball team took a huge hit, as it lost three vital pieces to the future of the program due to some unacceptable actions that have been covered in depth. The entire nation heard of the situation, and …

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  • Marcus Mariota continues to work on leadership in Oregon football’s second spring scrimmage

    Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota didn’t spend much time on the field Monday morning for the football team’s second spring scrimmage, but that didn’t mean his impact wasn’t felt. “I looked over there (the sideline) several times today and he was talking with a couple offensive linemen, getting with some of our younger skill guys and […]

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    Aaron Brooks re-signs with Houston Rockets

    Former Oregon Duck point guard Aaron Brooks has agreed to terms to return to the Houston Rockets. After winning the NBA Most Improved Player award in the 2009-10 season, Brooks has spent time with the Rockets, Phoenix Suns and in last season, the Sacramento Kings. …

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  • Arsalan Kazemi impresses 76ers in Summer League

    Former Oregon Duck forward Arsalan Kazemi has been showcasing his talents in Orlando this week with the Philadelphia 76ers as they compete in the 2013 NBA Summer League. So far the Sixers are winless (0-4), their latest loss at the hands of Victor Oladipo and …

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  • Arsalan Kazemi to the Sixers

    Arsalan Kazemi was selected with the 54th pick in the NBA Draft Thursday becoming the first Iranian-born player to be drafted.  After a trade, the Duck forward is now the property of the 76ers. Two other Duck hopefuls, guard E.J. Singler and center Tony Woods’ went …

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  • Arsalan Kazemi to the NBA?

    Arsalan Kazemi must have ball magnets on his hands.   Whenever Kazemi is remotely near a loose ball it magically appears in the rebounding machine’s hands.  As we look back at the season, it is hard to imagine the Ducks without Kazemi, who played an …

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