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    Hungry Ducks, Tasty Win

    EUGENE, OR. – What a season it has been for our Oregon Ducks.  Up, down, and all around; it’s been difficult to determine what to think of the team.  Recently, the Ducks have taken the initiative in becoming more consistent as they’ve racked multiple wins, making one …

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  • After the Buzzer: Dana Altman on Waverly Austin, nearing his 500th win and new foul rules

    During Dana Altman’s Pac-12 media teleconference this morning, Oregon’s head men’s basketball coach discussed the state of his team and the new foul rules, but he also touched on his coaching career. He’s one win away from 500 career wins at the Division I level, and he said this has caused him to reflect on […]

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    Oregon Basketball Analysis: Pickin’ Apart the Wicked Opponent

    Nobody likes their opponent.  Ducks’ players shake the opposing team’s hands at the end of every game as a show of sportsmanship, but is the common fan convinced there isn’t at least an ounce of animosity present?  The opponent’s job, goal and sole purpose is …

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    Ducks Men’s Basketball: Winning Formula or Big Mess?

    With a giant national yawn, the most recent AP poll ranks Oregon men’s basketball 12th in the nation.  However, this recent success is a welcome Christmas present for fans across the entire spectrum of Oregon sports.  Now we can continue watching nationally-ranked Duck teams into …

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    Ducks Outrun Mustangs, Remain Undefeated

    Kevin Cline The 14th-ranked Oregon basketball team defeated the overmatched Cal-Poly squad, 82-61 on Sunday evening before an announced home crowd of 5,580.  The Ducks were able to jump out to an early double-digit lead against the Mustangs behind a lights out performance in the opening minutes from eventual game MVP Johnathan Loyd, and a sharp shooting effort by sophomore Damyean Dotson. Loyd, the senior point … Continue reading

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    Ducks MVP? A matter of numbers

    I was thinking this week that I would come up with my own player efficiency rating for our basketball team.  I have not done any research in regards to anyone else’s equations, so if mine is similar to something you have seen before, know that …

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    Forecast Calls for Firewood and a Bear Skin Rug

    What else can you say about these fighting Ducks?  Who would’ve thought 20 games into the season our men’s basketball team would be 18-2 overall and a perfect 7-0 in conference play?  The Ducks, winners of 20 straight home games (tied with Marquette for the …

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    Altman Snares a Juco Athlete: Sorry Huskies

    Jalil Abdul-Bassit from North Idaho College committed to the University of Oregon basketball team on Sunday.  Jalil is a 6’4″ machine who turned down offers from Washington and Utah to become a part of the Quack Attack.  Most likely he will end up at shooting guard,  …

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    The Ducks with Anthony Bennett

    Imagine a front-court that featured the developing Tony Woods, Waverly Austin and the rebounding machine that is Kazemi, and also included the best freshman in the country in Anthony Bennett. It wasn’t too long ago that Bennett (the #7 rated player in the country according to …

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  • Ducks Dominate Season’s First “Challenge”.

    EUGENE, ORE. – The Oregon Ducks men’s basketball team faced their first “challenge” of the season last night, as the Vanderbilt Commodores came into Eugene last night with hopes of continuing their work from from last season. The game also marked the first official start …

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