Oregon Ducks fall to UCLA... in three words and photos
The game... in words pictures.
LAS VEGAS — An erratic and frustrating Pac-12 Conference season by the Oregon Ducks men’s basketball team crashed to an end on Friday night in the semifinals of conference tournament.
Final: UCLA 75, Oregon 56.
Bruins guard Tyger Campbell scored 28 points. The Ducks made only 3 of 19 shots from behind the three-point arc. UCLA led by only two points at halftime, but blistered Oregon in the second half.
The Bruins (29-4) advanced to Saturday’s championship game where it will meet Arizona. The Ducks (19-14) will wait for an NIT bid.
I asked my followers on Twitter to summarize Oregon’s up-and-down season in exactly three words. Nearly 200 readers responded with their thoughts. The responses were interesting, sobering and telling:
I had a photographer on the scene in Las Vegas, who captured the semifinal game between UCLA and Oregon.
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