Oregon Basketball Bracket Breakdown

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The time has finally arrived. After two long years, we are back in arguably the most exciting time of the year, the NCAA Tournament. With both the Men’s and Women’s teams looking to make a run, we are in for an exciting couple of weeks watching Our Beloved Ducks. Let’s dive right into the matchups and see how Oregon stacks …

Oregon Hoops: The Key to Altman’s Gameplan

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The Oregon Men’s basketball team is once again PAC-12 regular season champions. For the second consecutive year, the Ducks have proven to be the best and most consistent team in the conference. In a year in which not all schedules have been created equal, and there may be some who challenge the fact that the Ducks are deserving of the …

Oregon Basketball’s March Into Madness: Win NOW

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The Oregon Women’s basketball team is figuratively (and literally) limping into the PAC-12 Conference Tournament. With a 2-4 record in their last six games, and Te-Hina PaoPao in a walking boot, the Lady Ducks are in search of some positive momentum. Can they find it in Las Vegas at the PAC-12 Tournament? Heading into postseason play, the Ducks are most …

Oregon Basketball Finally Finding Consistency

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The Oregon Men’s basketball team looks to finally be finding their groove after being able to play for two consecutive weekends for the first time since January 9th. With the team getting ever closer to being full strength, we can start to see the potential of this team. And that potential is one of a very capable team come tournament …

Oregon Basketball Looking To Get Back On Track

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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 …

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: Roster Construction Extraordinaire

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He’s done it again. Dana Altman has rebuilt the Oregon Ducks Basketball roster from the ground up once again. The Ducks are 4-1 after yet another road win against the hapless Huskies in Seattle. Their only loss, coming on a short notice game against Missouri, looks solid as the Tigers sit at 5-0 after beating sixth-ranked Illinois. Oregon lost program legend Payton …

2020 Oregon Sports: The Year That Could Have Been

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Recently I was chewing the fat with a friend of mine up here in Spokane. He was rambling on and on about how this was the year that the Gonzaga Men’s Basketball team was going to win it all; all the pieces were in place, this was it!   As an Oregon fan, I found it hard to conjure up …

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 …