Arizona runs over Oregon

Arizona dominated most of the game as it defeated Oregon 90-56 Wednesday at McKale. Read on for a complete recap of the victory.

Arizona's game against Oregon Wednesday night at McKale was never in doubt, as the Wildcats defeated the Ducks 90-56.

Jordan Bell opened the game with a dunk and Brandon Ashley then made a jumper. Elgin Cook got a bucket as Ashley got another. Cook then scored again before T.J. McConnell got on the board.

Cook got his third bucket of the game and Rondae Jefferson and McConnell scored to put the Wildcats up 10-8 a little over five minutes into the game.

Dusan Ristic got a layup and Dillon Brooks got his first basket of the game. Gabe York made a three, but Joseph Young matched it. A three by Elliott Pitts then put Arizona up 18-13 with 11:54 left in the first half.

McConnell scored and Hollis-Jefferson did as well. After two free-throws by Tarczewski, Young hit a jumper to bring the Ducks within nine.

Ahmaad Rorie made one of two free-throws and Parker Jackson-Cartwright followed with a three-point play. Bell scored and Brooks added two from the line before McConnell made a layup and a three from Stanley Johnson forced a timeout with the Wildcats up 32-20 with 3:27 remaining in the half.

Ashley scored, but Cook got off five straight points. After a basket by Tarczewski, Cook scored again before Tarczewski’s got another bucket. McConnell and Hollis-Jefferson proceeded to score and gave Arizona a 42-27 lead at the half.

Jalil Abdul-Bassit made a three to start the half and Bell got a dunk. Abdul-Bassit then made another from behind the arc, but Tarczewski answered with a three-point play before a basket by Johnson.

Cook made one free-throw and Hollis-Jefferson got in the lane to score. Abdul-Bassit then made a floater and Ashley made two free-throws.

Hollis-Jefferson made a free-throw and Ristic scored on a hook shot. Cook got a basket before Young made two free-throws and a bucket by Brooks cut the Wildcats’ lead to 56-44 with 13:14 left.

After a basket by Young, York made a three and then got a three-point play to give the Wildcats a 16-point lead.

York made a three and Hollis-Jefferson scored. Johnson then got a three-point play and Ashley scored after a free-throw by Brooks, as the Wildcats led 72-47 with 6:42 remaining in regulation.

Ashley made a free-throw before Young scored, but Johnson got a basket off the offensive glass shortly after. Brooks made two free-throws and Johnson did the same as there was nothing else the Ducks could do.

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