VIDEO: David Crisp Post-Game - Oregon

Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds spoke to Washington freshman guard David Crisp after the Huskies lost to Oregon 83-77 in a Pac-12 Tournament semifinal Thursday afternoon in Las Vegas. Crisp had 11 points, two assists and a block.

On his three threes in the first half “I was just feeling good. My teammates found me. The first one went in so then I started feeling good and I started to make as many as I could.”

 

On Oregon fighting back in the first half “It’s a game of runs. We knew they would go on their run. We just never really got a chance to go back on ours.”

 

How good is Oregon? “They’re a good team. They have experience with each other. They’ve been to the tournament, last year, a lot of them. They don’t get rattled too much. I liked our chances against them. I thought we were going to come out with the win. We just came up short.”

 

Was the PAC-12 tournament what you expected “Oh yeah. It’s a real fun atmosphere. You really feel the gravity of every play and every possession. It was fun.”

 

Does this team have anything left to prove? “Yeah, for sure. Since the beginning we thought we’ve been doubted. We still have a chance to make people think otherwise. We’re going to try to do that.”


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