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Jack Butler
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Jack Butler Feb 16
Miles Norris giving Ducks good production off the bench. He's got two rebounds and three blocks, which bailed Oregon out defensively a couple times.
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Jack Butler Feb 16
Oregon's 3-guard lineup gives Oregon a small scoring boost after a rut. Ducks up 22-16 with seven minutes left in the half.
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Maverick Pallack Feb 16
I’m at Gill Coliseum with for covering Oregon MBB’s game against OSU. Tipoff in about 30 minutes
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Jack Butler Feb 12
Shawn he’s got 9 years experience you should DM him.
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Emerald Sports Feb 10
Takeaways: Wooten's defense, Pritchard's offense leads Ducks to victory over Stanford.
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Jack Butler Feb 10
Ducks up 69-43 with 1:30 left as subs come in. Pritchard and Wooten get a big round of applause. Ducks will go to 6-5 in Pac-12 after this. That puts them in fifth and only one spot from second.
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Jack Butler Feb 10
Oregon slowly pulling away in the second half. Payton Pritchard with 11 in the half. He and Wooten carrying the Ducks to a lead.
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Jack Butler Feb 10
Do we have ... offense? Ducks 4 of last 4, and Stanford is 5 of last 7. Ducks up 43-31 with 14 minutes left.
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Jack Butler Feb 10
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Jack Butler Feb 10
Pritchard has been more aggressive going to the basket this half. Ducks need that with offense struggling.
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Jack Butler Feb 10
Wooten limping. Missed how he hurt it.
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Jack Butler Feb 10
Also, if you've watched Oregon this year, you're aware no lead is safe. Stanford could still walk away with a W after such a horrible first half.
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Jack Butler Feb 10
Halftime: Oregon 30, Stanford 20. Wooten with five blocks. Stanford shot 23 percent in the half. That pretty much sums it up.
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Jack Butler Feb 10
Wooten has five blocks so far. Already a season high.
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Jack Butler Feb 10
Looking through Stanford record book, the last time it scored less than 40 points in a game was in 2006. Can't seem to find last time they scored fewer than 10 in a game. Must not have a stat for that. Ducks lead 13-2 with eight minutes left in the first half.
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Jack Butler Feb 10
We're nine minutes into a D-I basketball game and the score in 8-2. Ducks lead.
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Jack Butler Feb 10
Wooten is out so maybe Stanford can get a bucket — currently 0-for-12.
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Jack Butler Feb 10
It's the Wooten show so far. He has three blocks and just had a put-back dunk.
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Jack Butler Feb 10
Starting lineups for Stanford vs. Oregon. Stanford's second leading scorer, Daejon Davis, is out. Cormac Ryan taking his place.
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Jack Butler Feb 6
Replying to @JustGusMorris
Let’s hope for Kyrie and KD in the same locker room with the New York media.
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