Oregon Student Films Getting Dunked Over

An Oregon student filmed Jordan Bell jumping over him during a dunk contest.
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Ducks Pick Up Big Hoops Commit

The Oregon Ducks added another talented big man to the 2016-17 roster today when Kavell Bigby-Williams gave his committment to become a Duck.
April 10, 2016

Oregon Post Game Lockerroom: Jordan Bell

Oregon’s Jordan Bell had a homecoming and coming out party all on the same night. The Long Beach, California native grew up about 25 miles from where his team, the Oregon Ducks put away the Duke Blue Devils, 82-68 in a game that will have lots of people nationally talking about what a player Bell is.
March 24, 2016

Post Game: Chris Boucher

SPOKANE, WASH. – Center Chris Boucher talks about Oregon’s 69-64 win over St. Joseph’s on Sunday night. The win propels the Ducks into the Sweet-16 in Anaheim, California where the Ducks will face the No. 4 seed Duke Blue Devils
March 20, 2016

Jordan Bell Post Game

SPOKANE, WASH. -- Oregon Center Jordan Bell talks to media in the Oregon lockerroom following the Ducks 69-64 win over St. Joseph's. The win advances the Ducks to the Sweet-16 next week in Anaheim, California.
March 20, 2016

Jordan Bell on St. Joe's

SPOKANE, WASH. -- Jordan Bell has one of the quiet Ducks. In the first part of the season he was sidelined with a foot injury that kept him out of action for much of the out of conference schedule. However, once he came back on the court he has been far from quiet as his presence is one of the reasons for Oregon's success.
March 20, 2016

The 2015-16 Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Champion

Oregon secured the outright conference championship today by defeating USC 76-66 that saw a 24-minute delay due to a power outage. Tyler Dorsey was the leading scorer for Oregon with 19 and had help from three other Ducks who also scored in double figures.
March 5, 2016

Ducks Seal the No. 1 Seed

Oregon will be the No. 1 seed at the Pac-12 Conference Tournament next week by way of a 76-68 road win over UCLA at Pauley Pavilion on Wednesday night. Freshman Tyler Dorsey led all scoring with 20 points as the Ducks improved their record to 24-6 for the season and 13-4 in conference play.
March 2, 2016