Oregon upsets St. Louis to advance to Sweet 16

Oregon powered over St. Louis on Saturday. (USA Today Sports)

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson recaps Oregon’s upset win over the St. Louis Billikens on Saturday. Forwarding their momentum from their victory over Oklahoma State, the Ducks used impressive efforts from Damyean Dotson and Arsalan Kazemi to keep their season going. Despite the win, however, the Ducks still need to cleanup their turnover issue and get Dominic Artis back to continuous production.

Oregon wins Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament, earns 12 seed

The Oregon Ducks are your 2013 Pac-12 Tournament Champions (USA Today Sports)

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about Oregon’s recent performance in the Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament as well as their 12 seed in the upcoming NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. While it was great to see the Ducks win the Pac-12 Tournament for the first time since 2008, their 12 seed is a complete joke and they deserve to be ranked higher. That being said, playing the underdog card throughout the rest of the season won’t be a bad thing, either.

New kids on the block: Profiling Oregon basketball’s newcomers

E.J. Singler

NW Sports Beat Editor and Writer Chris Anderson profiles the newcomers to the Oregon Duck basketball program in the 2012-2013 season. With these new players, the Ducks should maintain their status as a viable threat to claim the Pac 12 title. Players include talented PG Dominic Artis, SF Damyean Dotson, and JUCO player Devon Branch.

My Starting Five – Oregon Ducks All Time Starters

Ron Lee

NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks blogger Matt Martz tells us the five players that make up his all time starting team in the next chapter of our Moments In Time series on Northwest sports teams. The players mentioned on this list include: Ron Lee, Fred Jones, Luke Jackson, Greg Ballard, and Slim Wintermute. That sounds like a dream team to me!

Oregon Ducks Poing Guard Garrett Sim under the spotlight

Garrett Sim

NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks blogger Blair Thomas brings us a good piece on point guard Garret Sim who is under the spotlight for the Ducks. In his four years in Eugene, Sim has witnessed the transition of the program that few others have ever experienced. Most importantly, the point guard has led his Ducks and validated the trust the former Blue Jays coach put in him from the first day he arrived in Eugene.

Oregon Ducks 2011-2012 Men’s Basketball Preview

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Oregon Hoops blogger Jason Green points out the obvious. March Madness is a slim possibility. The Oregon Ducks led by E.J. Singler will have to win some big Pac 12 games and get off to a great start, since the Ducks only face one team ranked in the preseason top 25 in the first half of the season.

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