MBB: Oregon Powers Past Stanford for a 69-46 Victory

Oregon Men’s Basketball defeated Stanford 69-46 to complete a home sweep of the Bay Area schools. The Ducks came out firing defensively, allowing just two points in the first 13 minutes of play. Stanford missed 19 of their first 20 shots. Kenny Wooten led the team defensively with five blocks in the first half. Wooten fell in foul trouble midway through the first half, allowing Stanford to creep in a bit for a 30-20 halftime score in favor of the Ducks. In the second half, Oregon was led by their backcourt shooting. Payton Pritchard scored 15 of his 20 points in the second half, and Louis King was right behind him with 17 points. Victor Bailey Jr. added 11 points. The Ducks shot 41% from three in comparison to 17% for the Cardinal. Stanford shot just 27% from the field and only had two players reach double digits. Wooten matched his career high of 7 blocks. With the win, Oregon improves to 6-5 in Pac-12 play to move into fifth place in the standings.

Game Story: By Adam Susman

Postgame Audio

Head Coach Dana Altman

Sophomores Victor Bailey Jr. and Kenny Wooten

QuackSmack/Friday Night Spotlight: Friday, 11/30/18

Host: Maverick Pallack, Tyler Kastan and Austin Cracraft

6:00 Previewing the night’s action

  • Jordan Brenner is at the defending state champions Thurston boys basketball’s home opener vs. Milwaukie
  • Matt Tyra at Matthew Knight Arena for Oregon volleyball’s second round matchup

6:05 No Oregon football, but bowl season looms

  • Oregon dominates OSU
  • What bowl game will the Ducks make?
  • MVPs and final regular season impressions

6:25 Women’s basketball has been outstanding

  • Only one true test so far
  • Long break could create rust

6:35 Men’s basketball has early struggles

  • Freshman growing pains
  • Houston a must-win nonconference game?

6:45 Oregon volleyball advances to second round

  • Johnson and Vander Weide lead team over Aggies
  • Preview Baylor match

6:55-10:00 Friday Night Spotlight

  • 88.1 FM: Oregon volleyball hosts Baylor for the second round of NCAA Tournament
  • KWVA 2: Thurston boys’ basketball hosts Milwaukie in home opener