What can Dana Altman and the Oregon Ducks do in 2013/14?

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NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks basketball blogger Jason Hartzog talks about how the Ducks could potentially fare in their 2013-2014 basketball season. The Ducks can absolutely make it back to the NCAA Tournament next year. Another sweet-16 bid will be difficult, but I like their odds. Notable transfers such as Mike Moser, Joseph Young, and Jalil Abdul-Bassit all make this team a contender in the Pac-12.

Oregon basketball continues to add talent with transfers

Moser should immediately contribute.

NWSB Editor and Insider talks about the success Dana Altman has had in putting together great recruiting classes in his short time in Eugene. Taking the Ducks to the NIT in his second year, Altman and his group of top recruits found themselves near the top of the Pac-12 throughout the year and were even ranked as high as 10th in the nation. Chris says watch out for Mike Moser this year as well as possibly Joseph Young in 2013-14.

Can Oregon return to NCAA Tournament with new recruiting class?

Moser should immediately contribute.

NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks’ blogger Jason Hartzog talks about Oregon’s chances of getting back to the NCAA Tournament after a bevy of players left the team. Though the Ducks did lose some key players, Hartzog makes sure to analyze the incoming recruiting class and how that will impact Oregon’s postseason chances.

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NWSB Insider Steve Lee breaks down which of the Northwest’s college hoops stars have a chance to hear their names called in the NBA draft. Although not a NW guy, per se, Shabazz Muhammed (UCAL) is the odds-on favorite from the Pac-12 to be taken in the lottery. Kelly Olynyk, CJ Wilcox, Eric Moreland and Devon Collier highlight the rest of the top 5, which Mike Moser, Peyton Siva, Brock Motum, Tony Woods and Arsalan Kazemi round out the top 10.

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