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Brooks returns to lead Oregon over Utah, 73-67 - Jan 27, 2017


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After sitting out a game with a foot injury, Dillon Brooks (6'6''-F-96) wanted to let everyone know he was back. When he hit his first shot, he stood and faced the sellout crowd at Utah and put his fingers to his lips. "Every time they were loud, I just wanted the ball to quiet them down," said Brooks, a preseason All-America. "I love it on the road. It feels great to show them and get my teammates going." Brooks scored 19 points to lead No. 10 Oregon over Utah 73-67 on Thursday night to extend the longest winning streak in school history to 17 games. The Ducks (19-2, 8-0 Pac-12) led by as many as 13 points in the second half, but Devon Daniel's dunk off Lorenzo Bonam's steal sliced the deficit to five and then Kyle Kuzma (6'9''-F-95)'s 3-pointer made it 70-66 with 1:40 to play. But the Utes (14-6, 5-3) were denied multiple chances at the rim, including Chris Boucher (6'10''-C/F-93)'s block of Kuzma's shot with 31 seconds left. "We just stayed focus and made sure we kept getting stops," Jordan Bell said. "That's the one thing you can always control, so we don't have to worry too much about the offensive end. Defense is what we rely on." Brooks and Payton Pritchard (6'2''-G-98) made free throws to clinch the game in the waning seconds. Bell had 15 points and Dylan Ennis (6'2''-G-91) added 13 for the Ducks. Kuzma scored 18 points and Daniels had 11 for Utah, which is still searching for a signature win after a soft nonconference schedule. David Collette had 10 points in limited minutes. "If you're playing the No. 10 team in the country, you have to play better and guys have to rise to the occasion ... they're a heck of a defensive team but you can't miss layups," Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak said. After trailing by two early in the second half, Oregon went on a 13-2 run, capped by Bell's dunk, to take a 52-43 lead with 11:38 to play. The Ducks made their big move while Collette was on the bench with foul trouble. Utah led for much of the first half until Brooks lobbed an alley-oop pass to Boucher for a dunk and then hit a 3-pointer to give the Ducks a 33-31 halftime lead. Oregon hasn't had a close game since nipping UCLA 89-87 in the conference opener and struggled by going the final 3:26 without a field goal but the defense carried the day again. "Guys found a way but we had some bad turnovers the last 4 minutes and a couple of crazy shots. I had no idea what they were thinking," Oregon coach Dana Altman said. Oregon has won eight straight games against Utah.
Courtesy of: sunherald.com   



College basketball coaching carousel - 1 day ago
Courtesy of cbssports.com College basketball is almost done filling its coaching vacancies around the sport. The only jobs yet to be taken: Chicago State, Delaware State, Detroit and Siena. The Siena gig opened last Friday after Jimmy Patsos handed in his resignation amid controversy. There have been 52 openings among Division I programs from last season. Below is the entire list of changes, the majority of which have come from mid- and low-major conferences   [read more]

Joseph
Chartouny
Marquette lands graduate transfer guard Joseph Chartouny from Fordham - 1 day ago
The Marquette men's basketball team landed some immediate help for its backcourt on Friday. Coach Steve Wojciechowski secured a commitment from Fordham graduate transfer guard Joseph Chartouny (6'3''-G-94). He is eligible to play next season. The 6-foot-3, 205-pound native of Montreal will help bolster a Golden Eagles backcourt that lost Andrew Rowsey to graduation. Chartouny was a three-year starter with the Rams, averaging 11.9 points, 5.2 assists, 5 rebounds and 2.9 steals per game. As...   [read more]

Jarred
Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt the sixth Kentucky player declares for the NBA draft - 2 days ago
Jarred Vanderbilt (6'10''-F/C-99) is now the sixth Kentucky Wildcat to declare for the NBA draft this spring, joining P.J. Washington and Wenyen Gabriel in testing the waters without signing with an agent. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Kevin Knox and Hamidou Diallo have all declared for the draft and signed with an agent. Vanderbilt announced his decision on Friday afternoon. 'This season wasn't easy for me,' Vanderbilt said. 'At the end of the day, my goal has always been to make it to the NB...   [read more]


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