Thanks to a high screen Brooks was able to drive to his right and put up a floater off the glass and gave the Ducks the lead.
Arizona had just two seconds to work with, but got a look at it. Ivan Radenovic threw a baseball pass that was deflected out of bounds by Oregon. Although a second ticked off the clock, the Cats had the ball on the side in their own end. Marcus Williams fought through several screens and got the ball in the right corner where he was able to put up an off balanced shot at the buzzer, but missed.
Williams continued his great play of late. The sophomore scored 34 points and grabbed 12 rebounds just three nights after scoring 27 against Oregon State.
Just two other Wildcats scored in double figures. Shakur scored 21, while dishing five assists and Jawann McClellan scored 12 points.
Arizona's three-point shooting woes continued as well. The Cats hit just 3-15 from behind the arc and missed all four second halfattempts. They hit just 3-18 against Oregon State.
To say this one was back and forth would be an understatement. Neither team led by more than six points.