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UC-IRVINE (31 - 5) vs. OREGON (24 - 12)
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Sunday, 3/24/2019 9:40 PM
NCAA Tournament - Second Round - SAP Center - San Jose, CA
Board SideTotal
873UC-IRVINE+8.5Over 122.5
874OREGON-0.5Under 130.5
UC-IRVINE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games31-5+16.521-1417-1772.833.145.9%40.163.327.638.0%33.0
Road Games19-3+16.213-98-1370.931.745.0%40.062.729.438.0%33.0
Last 5 Games5-0+4.63-24-
UC-IRVINE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)72.833.127-5945.9%7-1936.2%12-1770.2%401013186124
vs opponents surrendering71.733.625-5744.3%7-2134.2%13-1970.0%35913186123
Team Stats (Road Games)70.931.726-5945.0%6-1835.5%12-1770.3%401012186124
Stats Against (All Games)63.327.622-5738.0%6-1933.0%14-1970.7%3389175113
vs opponents averaging70.832.925-5744.2%7-2134.7%13-1970.2%34813186133
Stats Against (Road Games)62.729.421-5638.0%6-1931.7%14-1970.7%3389165123

OREGON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games24-12+6.421-1513-2370.531.345.3%34.562.728.239.9%32.8
Road Games11-8+4.111-87-1266.129.042.8%33.563.628.540.1%34.5
Last 5 Games5-0+55-03-273.828.647.9%36.256.424.634.3%33.4
OREGON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)70.531.325-5645.3%8-2234.6%12-1772.0%34813188124
vs opponents surrendering71.733.625-5843.6%8-2334.2%13-1969.7%35913196133
Team Stats (Road Games)66.129.024-5542.8%7-2232.4%12-1672.8%33812198124
Stats Against (All Games)62.728.221-5339.9%7-2429.1%13-1970.1%33812175143
vs opponents averaging7434.426-5845.0%8-2235.0%14-2070.0%36914186134
Stats Against (Road Games)63.628.521-5240.1%7-2428.8%15-2173.3%35812176143
Average power rating of opponents played: UC-IRVINE 71.6,  OREGON 78.9
UC-IRVINE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/2/2019@ LONG BEACH ST82-80W-6.5L136.5O33-6352.4%34924-5642.9%3511
2/16/2019UC-SANTA BARBARA83-70W-5.5W128O29-6048.3%411024-5940.7%3113
2/21/2019CAL POLY-SLO74-47W-16W126.5U29-5255.8%401118-6129.5%3010
2/28/2019@ CAL DAVIS64-48W-5W126.5U22-4548.9%441416-5330.2%227
3/2/2019@ UC-RIVERSIDE68-47W-9.5W128U26-5547.3%351018-4540.0%2918
3/7/2019@ CAL POLY-SLO110-72W-13W129.5O48-8755.2%57424-6040.0%246
3/15/2019*LONG BEACH ST75-67W-8.5L138.5O28-5749.1%381425-6041.7%3014
3/22/2019*KANSAS ST70-64W4W119O22-5044.0%331422-5937.3%3413

OREGON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/2/2019@ COLORADO51-73L-1L136.5U18-5831.0%321123-5343.4%4514
2/16/2019@ OREGON ST57-72L2.5L132U20-4544.4%341825-5149.0%278
2/21/2019@ USC49-66L2L137U18-5433.3%28927-5450.0%3513
2/23/2019@ UCLA83-90L1.5L140.5O29-5850.0%31829-5750.9%367
2/28/2019ARIZONA ST79-51W-2.5W139U30-6149.2%441517-5332.1%2614
3/6/2019@ WASHINGTON ST72-61W-6.5W143.5U29-5949.2%291021-5042.0%3517
3/9/2019@ WASHINGTON55-47W5.5W124U21-4942.9%371616-4833.3%2815
3/13/2019*WASHINGTON ST84-51W-12W134.5O33-6749.3%411416-5230.8%3320
3/15/2019*ARIZONA ST79-75W-3W132O28-6741.8%38822-5540.0%3714
OREGON: Last season: 23-13, eliminated in the second round of the NIT.
Nickname: Ducks.
Coach: Dana Altman.
Conference: Pac-12.
Who's gone: G Elijah Brown, F MiKyle McIntosh and F Troy Brown Jr.
Who's back: Point guard Payton Pritchard enters his junior year as the team's top returning scorer with an average 14.5 points and 4.8 assists per game. Also back is fellow starter Paul White, a senior who averaged 9.4 points and 3.5 rebounds last season. Forward Kenny Wooten led the Pac-12 as a freshman last season with 2.6 blocks per game. Wooten was one of two freshmen to play in every game last season, joining Victor Bailey Jr.
Who's new: All eyes will be on 7-foot-2 center Bol Bol, the son of the late NBA star Manute Bol. He was considered a five-star prospect and the best prep recruit at center. He averaged 19.7 points and 7.6 rebounds for Findlay Prep in Nevada his senior season. Bol is expected to be a one-and-done for the Ducks. He's joined by fellow five-star recruit Louis King, who will miss the start of the season after he tore his meniscus during his senior season in Jersey City, New Jersey. The 6-foot-9 forward is expected to be back sometime around Dec. 1.
The Skinny: After going to the Final Four in the 2016-17 season, the Ducks faltered a bit last season and settled for an NIT appearance. The Ducks will have some obvious offensive power with Pritchard, so coach Dana Altman is emphasizing defense going into this season. Meanwhile, the Ducks will get plenty of attention because of Bol Bol.
Expectations: Las Vegas oddsmakers have the Ducks with a 1-in-25 shot to win the NCAA Tournament. But the Ducks were voted as the preseason favorite to win the Pac-12 title by the media that cover the team, and Oregon is also the top-ranked conference team in the AP Top 25.
Underdogs Oregon, UC Irvine meet for Sweet 16 berth

A second-round NCAA Tournament matchup between Oregon and UC Irvine is a major surprise, based on their seeds.

But not based on their hot streaks.

The No. 12 Ducks (24-12) have ripped off nine consecutive victories, snatching an automatic bid by winning the Pac-12 tournament and then burying Wisconsin 72-54 with a dominant second half in a first-round game on Friday.

Earlier, the No. 13 Anteaters (31-5) won their 17th consecutive game by upsetting Kansas State 70-64 behind great guard play from Max Hazzard and Evan Leonard, who each scored 19 points.

These teams bring plenty of defense and swagger into Sunday's matchup in the South Region in San Jose, Calif.

"We've got a special group here," said UCI coach Russell Turner. "They're incredibly confident, incredibly competitive."

Said Oregon forward Kenny Wooten: "We're playing so hard right now and together. Our second half is better than our first on defense. We really jump on people."

The Ducks are long and athletic, and their mix of defenses and presses under coach Dana Altman roared to life late in the regular season when he began using a starting lineup featuring four players who are at least 6-foot-9.

Oregon held Wisconsin to 33.3 percent shooting (20 of 60) and is allowing 54.2 points per game during its winning streak.

UC Irvine's defense has been stingy all season. The Anteaters have ample size up front and held Kansas State to 37.3 percent from the field, which was right in line with their defensive season average of 38.0.

Big West champ UCI had early-season wins at Texas A&M and Saint Mary's, and playing a Pac-12 school will likely suit the Anteaters' chip-on-their-shoulder mentality.

Turner said UC Irvine, which earned the first NCAA Tournament victory in school history on Friday, has had to "live like little brothers" in the state to UCLA, USC, California, Stanford, San Diego State and "maybe some others."

"Well," Turner added, "little brother has been in the weight room, getting better, getting ready for a chance like this. ... You know, we need to stick our chests out a little bit right now."

Few teams are strutting like Oregon, led by savvy junior point guard Payton Pritchard, a starter on the team that reached the Final Four in 2017. He was the Most Outstanding Player of the Pac-12 tournament and followed with a team-high 19 against Wisconsin.

"He's been unbelievable," Altman said. "His aggressiveness, offensively and defensively; his leadership; toughness. He's been on another level here."

Freshman wing Louis King has averaged 17.8 points in the past four games. Wooten has blocked four shots in three consecutive games, providing elite rim protection.

"It's one thing to watch on tape and get a feel, but I thought they squeezed the floor," Wisconsin coach Greg Gard said of Oregon's defense. "Even when there weren't blocked shots, so to speak, they had bodies around. There was a presence around.

"And in order to counter that, you have to be able to make some perimeter shots to loosen them up and get them second guessing."

For UCI, that's where Hazzard and Leonard come in.

Leonard is shooting 41.2 percent from beyond the arc. Hazzard made 5 of 11 vs. Wisconsin, including a buzzer-beater to end the first half and something of a dagger with 1:26 to go. He is making 39.7 percent from 3-point range.

"Big-time players are supposed to make big-time plays, and I think I'm that, so I've got to keep doing that," Hazzard told TBS after Friday's game. "I've got a group of teammates that believe in me; I've got a coaching staff that believes in ... and obviously I believe in myself."

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 2/20/2020 7:44:31 AM EST

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