Oregon finished on top of the Pac-12 last season and made a run to the Elite Eight. With loads of talent returning, will the Ducks continue their reign?
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13W 80-52
- 11/1620W 74-67
- 11/20W 77-59
- 11/22W 73-67
- 11/25W 91-68
- 11/30W 78-73
- 12/4L 80-69
- 12/7W 67-47
- 12/12L 74-72
- 12/15W 78-63
- 12/18W 94-73
- 12/21W 72-68
- 12/29W 88-60
- 1/3L 70-57
- 1/6W 68-65
- 1/10W 71-58
- 1/14W 77-59
- 1/17L 91-87
- 1/2121W 89-81
- 1/23W 86-72
- 1/2818W 83-75
- 1/31W 91-74
- 2/4W 76-56
- 2/7W 76-66
- 2/11L 83-63
- 2/13L 76-72
- 2/20W 91-81
- 2/24W 76-62
- 2/28W 86-73
- 3/2W 76-68
- 3/5W 76-66
- 3/10W 83-77
- 3/1115W 95-89
- 3/1212W 88-57
- 3/1816W 91-52
- 3/208W 69-64
- 3/244W 82-68
- 3/262L 80-68
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Ducks are Final Four contenders
Oregon could have lost Dillon Brooks and Tyler Dorsey to the NBA draft, but both are returning to Eugene. After these decisions, the Ducks are Pac-12 favorites again. Offseason winners and losers (Insider)
Chad Ford provides the latest intel on which players are entering the 2016 NBA draft and which are staying put.
Pac-12 champs return Brooks and Dorsey
Dillon Brooks and Tyler Dorsey are both expected to withdraw from the NBA draft and return to Oregon, Jeff Goodman reports. The duo led the Ducks to a No. 6 ranking in the final USA Today Coaches Poll of last season.
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Oregon's Dillon Brooks and Tyler Dorsey returning to school, sources told ESPN. Ducks will have chance to repeat as Pac-12 champs.
Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider
Official decisions left (14 remain) before tonight's 11:59 deadline: Roscoe Allen (Stanford); James Blackmon (Indiana), Jaron Blossomgame (Clemson), Isaiah Briscoe (Kentucky), Tyler Dorsey (Oregon), Nikola Jovanovic (USC), Marcus Lee (Kentucky), Chinanu Onuaku (Louisville), Alec Peters (Valpo), Pascal Siakam (NM State), Caleb Swanigan (Purdue), Melo Trimble (Maryland), Andrew White (Nebraska), Troy Williams (Indiana).
Dillon Brooks, who led Oregon with 16.7 points per game last season, and Tyler Dorsey will opt out of the NBA draft process and return to the Ducks, sources told ESPN.
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Oregon's Dillon Brooks is expected to withdraw from the NBA Draft and return to school next season, source told ESPN.
Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider
Official decisions coming tomorrow for about 20 players who have tested the waters: Roscoe Allen (Stanford); James Blackmon (Indiana), Jaron Blossomgame (Clemson), Isaiah Briscoe (Kentucky), Dillon Brooks (Oregon), Tyler Dorsey (Oregon), Josh Hart (Villanova), Nikola Jovanovic (USC), Marcus Lee (Kentucky), Malik Newman (Miss St), Chinanu Onuaku (Louisville), Alec Peters (Valpo), Pascal Siakam (NM State), Caleb Swanigan (Purdue), Melo Trimble (Maryland), Andrew White (Nebraska), Isaiah Whitehead (Seton Hall), Troy Williams (Indiana).
Another year in Eugene for Brooks?
Despite an impressive season, Dillon Brooks wasn't invited to the NBA combine. NBA executives and Jeff Goodman seem to be in agreement on what the best option is for the sophomore Duck. Will they stay or will they go (Insider)
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Oregon's Elgin Cook said growing up in Milwaukee he modeled his game after some of the great Marquette players like Wes Matthews, Jimmy Butler and Jae Crowder.
Some potential NBA draft picks have not hired agents, and their decisions to go pro or return to school will seriously change the outlook for these college basketball teams.
Oregon's Dillon Brooks will declared for the NBA draft but won't hire an agent. "I'm going to go through the process and see where I'm at," he said.
Ducks fly together
And they flew very high this season. Coach Dana Altman deserves a whole host of credit for getting Oregon to an Elite Eight. Vitale's Sweet 16 moments
2017 Bracketology: No. 2 Seeds
- East: Oregon Ducks
- West: Arizona Wildcats
- South: Virginia Cavaliers
- Midwest: Michigan State Spartans
As usual, a few talented freshmen made the cut. But there are some familiar faces too. Which players are poised for breakout seasons in 2016-17?
Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer
Less than 24 hours after the thrilling finish to the 2015-2016 NCAA men's basketball season, the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook posted its future-book odds for the 2016-17 season with the Duke Blue Devils as the 9-2 favorites. Kentucky is the second choice at 6-1 with defending champion Villanova at 8-1.
Duke, Kentucky and Villanova are Las Vegas' early favorites to win the 2017 national championship.
2015-16 just the start for Oregon hoops?
The Pac-12 champ and West Region No. 1 seed was also responsible for vanquishing Duke in the Sweet 16. While the Ducks will say goodbye to Elgin Cook and Dwayne Benjamin, they will retain a strong core of Dillon Brooks, Tyler Dorsey and Chris Boucher. Way-Too-Early Top 25
Villanova captured its second national title when Kris Jenkins hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to beat North Carolina. Where do the 2016 Wildcats rank on the list of other NCAA tournament champs?
Dana Altman wished things had gone differently between Coach K and Dillon Brooks but is fine with the Duke coach's dressing down of his player.
The second weekend of the NCAA tournament was packed with upsets and bad beats. Rob Nelson recaps the most crippling of the group for bettors.
Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith debate if the right teams made it to the Final Four, if Hue Jackson can fix Robert Griffin III in Cleveland and much more!