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OREGON (18 - 3) at CALIFORNIA (12 - 8)
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Saturday, 2/2/2013 4:30 PM
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OREGON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games18-3+9.59-103-675.037.145.9%38.863.630.440.9%30.6
Road Games4-3+3.53-43-473.731.641.0%41.375.736.043.6%36.6
Last 5 Games4-1+3.71-41-270.632.044.4%35.870.835.646.1%30.6
Conference Games7-1+6.73-51-471.232.644.9%35.168.933.745.4%30.6
OREGON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)75.037.127-5845.9%5-1633.6%16-2273.1%391114189164
vs opponents surrendering65.930.924-5542.5%6-1833.9%13-1968.3%34913187143
Team Stats (Road Games)73.731.626-6241.0%5-1828.1%17-2570.5%411412218163
Stats Against (All Games)63.630.423-5640.9%6-1733.6%12-1866.1%31711197163
vs opponents averaging6731.224-5542.9%6-1833.3%14-2068.0%35913177134
Stats Against (Road Games)75.736.026-5943.6%6-1835.7%18-2571.0%37914207154

CALIFORNIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games12-8-7.26-125-768.631.744.5%37.865.832.140.3%34.7
Home Games6-4-9.21-71-369.633.545.5%38.964.032.438.2%36.6
Last 5 Games3-2+12-31-366.028.242.6%32.065.832.243.1%36.0
Conference Games4-4-1.53-52-564.227.642.1%34.166.732.742.0%37.1
CALIFORNIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)68.631.725-5744.5%4-1231.6%14-1970.8%381014166134
vs opponents surrendering64.630.123-5541.5%6-1833.0%13-1969.1%33912176133
Team Stats (Home Games)69.633.526-5845.5%4-1333.6%12-1966.7%391015154136
Stats Against (All Games)65.832.124-6040.3%6-1733.1%12-1768.6%351112185113
vs opponents averaging68.832.725-5544.4%6-1835.6%13-1968.6%35914176134
Stats Against (Home Games)64.032.424-6338.2%6-1834.7%10-1466.9%371211185113
Average power rating of opponents played: OREGON 72.4,  CALIFORNIA 73.6
OREGON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/19/2012@ UTEP84-91L-5.5L129O31-8138.3%491729-5949.2%4420
12/22/2012HOUSTN BAPTIST91-50W - -33-6848.5%521518-6926.1%3917
12/31/2012NEVADA56-43W-12W -17-4339.5%382016-5728.1%3011
1/6/2013@ OREGON ST79-66W-1W148U29-5949.2%421225-6041.7%3114
1/13/2013ARIZONA ST68-65W-8.5L -24-5940.7%321026-5547.3%2912
1/17/2013@ USC76-74W-4L133O27-6342.9%411124-5345.3%3010
1/19/2013@ UCLA76-67W4.5W146.5U27-6045.0%401627-5846.6%3115
1/23/2013WASHINGTON ST68-61W-11L -24-5543.6%371620-5635.7%3315
1/26/2013WASHINGTON81-76W-7.5L -26-4557.8%302327-5251.9%2421
1/30/2013@ STANFORD52-76L2.5L140U18-5234.6%312027-5251.9%3516
2/2/2013@ CALIFORNIA              
2/13/2013@ WASHINGTON              
2/16/2013@ WASHINGTON ST              

CALIFORNIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/15/2012CREIGHTON64-74L2L -27-7834.6%53825-6141.0%387
12/18/2012UC-SANTA BARBARA68-59W-14L -28-6543.1%45822-6633.3%4010
12/22/2012PRAIRIE VIEW A&M85-53W - -29-5850.0%451720-5735.1%2517
12/29/2012HARVARD62-67L-11L -25-5347.2%341322-6036.7%338
1/3/2013@ UCLA65-79L7.5L148.5U30-7639.5%451126-5844.8%377
1/5/2013@ USC72-64W1W128.5O23-4847.9%351227-6640.9%327
1/12/2013WASHINGTON ST67-54W-5.5W127.5U18-3748.6%351920-6033.3%3412
1/19/2013@ STANFORD59-69L5.5L137U22-6334.9%35719-5335.8%396
1/24/2013@ UTAH62-57W-1W -23-5641.1%31920-4742.6%3617
1/27/2013@ COLORADO71-81L6.5L135.5O30-7241.7%301028-4759.6%3520
1/31/2013OREGON ST71-68W-6.5L143.5U30-6149.2%29928-6046.7%3610
2/7/2013@ ARIZONA ST              
2/10/2013@ ARIZONA              
2/21/2013@ OREGON              
2/23/2013@ OREGON ST              
OREGON: Two of the Ducks' three double-digit scorers and three of their top-four overall are gone, but the one returning guy is E.J. Singler (13.6 PPG, 5.6 RPG) who is ready for the spotlight. The 6-foot-6 swingman can penetrate and shoot while guarding any position from the two to the four. The key to the success of the offense though, might be point guard Johnathan Loyd who averaged 2.9 APG in just 17.3 MPG last season. He'll have help in the backcourt from freshman Dominic Artis. For depth, the Ducks will rely on Devon Branch, Waverly Austin and Coleton Baker, all junior college transfers who head coach Dana Altman hopes can contribute on a higher level.
CALIFORNIA: The Bears figure to be in good shape this year with Justin Cobbs (12.6 PPG, 5.0 APG) back for his junior year and second season with the team. He has great vision with his passes and can shoot when given the opportunity, making 41.3% of his shots from beyond the arc last year. He's joined back on the team by last year's leading scorer Allen Crabbe (15.2 PPG, 5.7 RPG), who at 6-foot-6 is a physical guard who can knock down treys with 2.4 per game last year. Last year's leading rebounder Richard Solomon (6.2 RPG in 18.2 MPG) is also back after a foot injury shortened his season. Fellow forward David Kravish (6.9 PPG, 5.6 RPG) should take a step forward in his sophomore campaign.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE BASKETBALL PREVIEW (OREGON-CALIFORNIA) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Oregon-California Preview* ===========================

Oregon (18-3) at California (12-8), 4:30 p.m. EDT

Oregon's perfect start in Pac-12 play is history, and bouncing back may not be easy.

The No. 10 Ducks have dropped nine straight meetings with California heading into Saturday's matchup in Berkeley.

Oregon (18-3, 7-1) fell 76-52 at Stanford on Wednesday, shooting 34.6 percent and finishing with its lowest point total - an uncharacteristic effort for a team second in the Pac-12 in scoring at 75.0 points per game.

"That's the first time we've fell flat on our face this year," coach Dana Altman said. "I'm really disappointed, I'm not going to lie. I'm very disappointed."

The starting five combined for 24 points for Oregon, which suffered its most lopsided conference loss since an 89-57 defeat to California (12-8, 4-4) on Jan. 21, 2010.

Losing to the Golden Bears isn't anything new. California's winning streak is the longest by either team in this series.

Cal is seeking to move over .500 in the conference for the first time, having alternated losses and wins in its first eight contests. The Golden Bears trailed by eight at halftime and for most of the second half before coming away with a 71-68 victory over Oregon State on Thursday.

Coach Mike Montgomery ripped his team during the second half to help spark the comeback.

"We were just getting our butts kicked," Montgomery said. "I explained it to them on no uncertain terms. There was no excuse for setting back and letting them do unto you. We had to be the aggressor."

The Ducks will try to slow down the conference's leading scorer in Allen Crabbe, averaging 19.8 points. Crabbe averaged 21.0 points in his first three meetings with Oregon but was held to eight in an 86-83 win in the last matchup Feb. 16, the Ducks' lone one-possession loss during the skid.

Justin Cobbs averaged 21.5 points to lead Cal in last season's sweep. Crabbe and Cobbs combined to score 12 of the Golden Bears' final 18 points Thursday.

A major weakness for Oregon is its conference-worst 15.9 turnovers per game. The Ducks had 20 miscues Wednesday.

"Turnovers were really a problem tonight," Altman said. "We gave up some easy baskets and Stanford played with tremendous confidence after that. We just got it handed to us, there's no other way to put it."

The Golden Bears may not be poised to take advantage since they only force 11.0 turnovers per game.

Oregon forward E.J. Singler averaged 18.5 points in wins over Washington State and Washington last week but was held to six in 26 foul-plagued minutes against the Cardinal. He is averaging 7.4 in seven career losses to the Golden Bears.

Montgomery was not altogether pleased that his team shot a season-high 26 3-pointers Thursday. Cal ranks last in the Pac-12 in 3-point shooting at 31.6 percent.

"We probably took more than we should have," he said. "It wasn't that we took the 3s, but it was when we took the 3s. We did not spend enough time probing and trying to get a better shot. Some of that was what got us in trouble."

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