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The PAC-12 men's basketball season comes to a close this week with four games on tap that will have much to do with seeding going into next week's conference tournament. Two of the featured games are wild card games and match ups will be announced the week before play at firstname.lastname@example.org. However, on the weekend, the featured game showcases the Stanford Cardinal as they host their rival, the Cal Bears, in a key matchup for both teams. Earlier in the season, Cal defeated Stanford 69-59 behind Allen Crabbe's 18 points in front of a sellout Bear crowd. It was Cal's fifth win against Stanford in the previous six games and the key to that win was Cal's swarming defense. But this game is scheduled for Stanford's home floor and with 75 percent of the PAC-12's wins coming on the home court, you have to like Stanford's chances to put up the W. But don't count out Cal. With the PAC-12 standings tightly bunched, this game could potentially be for the conference championship and a place in the NCAA playoffs.
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