Oregon Basketball Looking To Get Back On Track

Alex Nordstrand Editorials

It has been a little quiet on the Oregon Basketball front this past week and a half. With the Men having to pause, and the Women missing a game against Arizona St. because of COVID-19 protocols, we’ve only seen one game between the two teams since January 10th. That is about to change however, as both teams are getting into …

Will Oregon Hoops Ever Beat Curse of the Buffaloes?

Jordan Ingram Editorials

The No. 17 Oregon Ducks men’s basketball team didn’t play bad on the road on Thursday afternoon against the Colorado Buffaloes (12-2, 1-0 Pac-12). In fact, the Ducks (8-2, 3-1) had pretty decent performances from the usual suspects — Chris Duarte led with 27 points, six rebounds, four steals and two blocks; Eugene Omoruyi scored 18 points and grabbed six …

Oregon Basketball Making the Most of Their Seasons

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Basketball season is officially in full swing, and it sure is a great thing. Albeit a little bumpy at times, it’s happening. Through schedule changes and postponements, the season goes on, and we have another fun and exciting set of Oregon Men’s and Women’s teams to watch and root on as we bring in the New Year. Watching these two …

Dana Altman’s Latest Motley Crew Looks Promising

Darren Perkins Editorials 40 Comments

(Update added late last night: Oregon didn’t look overly impressive in a laboring win against a badly-overmatched Eastern Washington last night. But, this is what Oregon basketball is — a continually evolving process that ultimately always ends in success. See you in March!) +++++ Another year and another “Who the heck are these guys?” for Oregon basketball. As I took …

Oregon Hoops: As Rodney said, “I don’t get no respect!”

Darren Perkins Editorials 31 Comments

Out west, Oregon Basketball has become comparable to the legendary comedian Rodney Dangerfield. Oregon gets no respect. Take a look here at this year’s pre-season media poll: 2020-21 PAC-12 MEN’S BASKETBALL PRESEASON MEDIA POLL TEAM (first-place votes)    POINTS 1. UCLA (9)                          251 2. Arizona State (5)             246 3. Oregon (7)                      241 4. Stanford (1)                     209 5. Arizona                            173 6. USC …

New Flock of Ducks: Oregon Women Add Sharpshooting Transfer

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For a college basketball team, losing arguably three of the top players in program history warrants an expected down time to rebuild and reload. However, that is not the case for Oregon Women’s Basketball, as Kelly Graves and staff continue to show that this program is going to be around for a long time to come. Not only are the …

New Flock of Ducks: A Hardy Welcome for Grad Transfer

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The Oregon Men’s Basketball team is bringing back plenty of returning talent for the upcoming season. However, if there is one thing we know about Dana Altman, it is that he is always looking for ways to improve his roster, particularly with experience, and this off season has been no different. The Ducks once again will bring in a graduate transfer …

New Flock of Ducks: Promising Point Guard Jalen Terry

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For the first time in what feels like forever, the Oregon Men’s basketball team is going into the summer with a nearly full roster that is deep, talented and poised to make a run for another PAC-12 Championship. With so many players returning, fans will have many familiar faces to cheer for. That said, there are still a few new …

Payton Pritchard: NBA Journeyman or Future Star?

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Last offseason, Payton Pritchard postponed his NBA career to come back and play one more season for the Ducks. Four-year seniors are hard to come by nowadays in college basketball, especially ones that start all four years at one school. It is safe to say that Pritchard has earned himself the honor of being an all time Duck, for any sport. …