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The Oregon Ducks (17-7, 8-4) seeks a season sweep of the Washington State Cougars (13-11, 5-7) on Saturday afternoon at Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene with tipoff scheduled for 3:00 p.m., Pacific Time. Oregon had an impressive win on Thursday night against the conference leader, Washington in a 82-57 win in a game led by junior Carlos Emory's career high 16 points.
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The Oregon Ducks notched the 18th win of the season by downing the Washington State Cougars 78-69 at Matthew Knight Arena on the campus of the University of Oregon. The Ducks were led by E.J. Singler's 23 points as Oregon pulled away in the closing minutes of the tightly contested game.
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E.J. Singler scored 23 points, Oregon made a season-high 11 3-pointers, and the Ducks held on to defeat Washington State 78-69 on Saturday.
Devoe Joseph and Garrett Sim also scored 16 points each for the Ducks (18-7, 9-4 Pac-12), who have recorded their most wins in conference play since going 9-9 in 2008.
Brock Motum scored 17 to pace the Cougars (13-12, 5-8). Mike Ladd added...
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Reserve Carlos Emory scored 16 points and Oregon knocked off Washington with a resounding 82-57 victory Thursday night.
Garrett Sim, E.J. Singler and Devoe Joseph all added 13 points for the Ducks (17-7, 8-4 Pac-12), who pulled within one game of the Huskies (16-8, 9-3) in the conference standings.
Tony Wroten scored 14 points to lead Washington, which had won five straight and...
Highlights and analysis from the Oregon Ducks victory over the Washington Huskies at Matt Arena.
The Oregon Ducks (18-7, 9-4 Pac-12) defended their home court well and earned the season sweep over the Washington State Cougars (13-12, 5-8 Pac-12) with a 78-69 victory Saturday afternoon in Eugene.
EUGENE - Note to all Pac-12 teams playing Washington from here on out; the Oregon Ducks just gave you the playbook on how to run UW out of the gym. All it took Thursday night was some hot shooting, a dash of energy, enthusiasm and a little junk defense for spice. That was it. The Huskies not just went deep in the woods, they became invisible.
The Ducks got a career-high 16 points from Carlos Emory and 13 points from Devoe Joseph in Oregon's 82-57 victory over Washington.
I'd like to stop the recap right there, but that's because I'm a UW fan first and foremost. Secondly though, and most importantly I run a blog with the OREGON Ducks on it as well.
Garrett Sim, E.J. Singler and Devoe Joseph all...
EUGENE - It was as thorough a performance as Washington has experienced this year. The Oregon Ducks went through them, over them, around them, and every other way possible en route to an 82-57 win over UW Thursday night at Matthew Knight Arena. Here's what UW Head Coach Lorenzo Romar and freshman guard Tony Wroten had to say about the game.
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The Oregon Ducks dismantled the visiting Washington Huskies 82-57 to up their conference record to 8-4 on the season.
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The University of Oregon mens basketball team (17-7, 8-4) will host Washington State (13-11, 5-7) this Saturday at Matthew Knight Arena (12,369) in Eugene. Tip-time is scheduled for 3 p.m. (PT).
UO is coming off an 82-57 home win over Washington on Thursday night. Four Ducks scored in double-figures, led by junior Carlos...