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Thursday 2/21/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




CALIFORNIA (16 - 9) at OREGON (21 - 5)
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Thursday, 2/21/2013 9:00 PM
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CALIFORNIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-9+0.810-126-968.831.845.1%37.065.531.940.7%33.9
Road Games7-5+77-54-467.930.044.9%35.767.732.742.7%32.4
Last 5 Games4-1+84-01-269.831.847.3%33.864.031.242.6%30.6
Conference Games8-5+6.57-53-766.429.244.0%34.065.732.242.3%34.6
CALIFORNIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)68.831.826-5745.1%4-1331.3%13-1971.0%371014166135
vs opponents surrendering65.130.323-5641.6%6-1833.3%13-1869.1%34912176133
Team Stats (Road Games)67.930.025-5644.9%4-1231.5%14-1974.4%36913187133
Stats Against (All Games)65.531.924-5940.7%6-1734.0%12-1768.6%341012176123
vs opponents averaging6932.725-5644.3%6-1835.1%13-1969.3%36914177134
Stats Against (Road Games)67.732.724-5642.7%5-1732.8%14-2069.4%32913176113

OREGON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games21-5+7.810-143-972.835.245.5%38.362.930.040.5%30.5
Home Games15-1+3.36-80-373.738.047.4%37.757.427.439.7%27.3
Last 5 Games3-2-1.71-40-363.627.443.2%36.259.828.438.8%30.2
Conference Games10-3+54-91-768.330.644.3%35.565.431.742.9%30.5
OREGON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)72.835.226-5745.5%5-1632.0%16-2272.3%381113189164
vs opponents surrendering65.730.624-5642.4%6-1833.8%13-1868.7%34912187133
Team Stats (Home Games)73.738.026-5647.4%5-1535.1%16-2175.1%381114179165
Stats Against (All Games)62.930.023-5640.5%6-1733.4%12-1867.0%30811197163
vs opponents averaging66.831.224-5543.2%6-1733.7%14-2068.7%35913176134
Stats Against (Home Games)57.427.421-5439.7%5-1732.8%9-1562.2%2779186162
Average power rating of opponents played: CALIFORNIA 73.9,  OREGON 73.2
CALIFORNIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
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 ST62-66L4.5W -24-5147.1%301825-5446.3%3217
2/10/2013@ ARIZONA77-69W12.5W -30-5158.8%311322-5639.3%289
2/21/2013@ OREGON              
2/23/2013@ OREGON ST              

OREGON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
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@ CALIFORNIA54-58L1L139.5U20-4247.6%322221-5935.6%3114
2/9/2013UTAH73-64W-13.5L -21-5339.6%411724-5048.0%1913
2/13/2013@ WASHINGTON65-52W2W138.5U24-4949.0%32921-6035.0%3712
2/16/2013@ WASHINGTON ST79-77W-4L -26-5745.6%391321-5240.4%3211
2/28/2013OREGON ST              
3/7/2013@ COLORADO              
3/9/2013@ UTAH              
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.
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.
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*California-Oregon Preview* ===========================


California (16-9) at Oregon (21-5), 9:00 p.m. EDT

Oregon appears to have figured things out with Dominic Artis sidelined.

Another matchup against California, though, could present problems Thursday night.

The No. 23 Ducks try to avoid an 11th consecutive defeat to the visiting Golden Bears, who are hoping to move past an altercation between coach Mike Montgomery and star guard Allen Crabbe.

While Oregon (21-5, 10-3 Pac-12) committed 65 turnovers in its first three games after losing Artis to a left foot injury, the Ducks have averaged 12.8 over their last four and won three in a row following a season-worst three-game skid.

Artis, who leads the team with 3.8 assists per game, isn't likely to face California (16-9, 8-5) and could miss Saturday night's visit from Stanford, too.

"We have made progress without DA, we're sure waiting to get him back, but the guys are battling and we know we've got a really tough weekend ahead of us," coach Dana Altman said.

While Oregon has been outscored by an average of 13.0 points during its skid in this series, it's managed to keep the last two meetings close, including a 58-54 road loss Feb. 2. The then-No. 10 Ducks, who were without Artis, held the Golden Bears to 35.6 percent shooting but committed 22 turnovers.

Cal enters seeking a fourth straight win and sixth in seven games after beating Southern California 76-68 on Sunday. While that victory moved the Golden Bears to within two games of the league-leading Ducks, it was Montgomery's shove of Crabbe during a timeout that dominated the headlines.

"It's obvious I made a mistake and I feel very badly about it," Montgomery said. "There's no place in sports that you can basically put your hands on one of your student athletes. Got a little carried away in the heat and emotion of a basketball game so I apologized to Allen, I apologized to the team.

"In 30-plus years of coaching it's never happened before. It's something I deeply regret. It's not going to happen again."

Crabbe recorded 14 of his 23 points after the incident as Cal erased a 15-point, second-half deficit.

"He just did it as a way to spark my play," said Crabbe, averaging a conference-best 19.8 points. "I don't take it as anything negative. I just take it as motivation. He expects a lot out of me. If I want to be a leader on this team I can't play lackadaisical."

Crabbe has averaged 23.3 points on 55.3 percent shooting over the last three games. Fellow guard Justin Cobbs, who scored 22 on Sunday, is averaging 18.3 over that stretch - 3.5 more than his season mark.

"They're playing very well," Altman said. "I think that anytime you have two of the best guards - if not the two best guards - in the league, then you've got a chance in every ball game, which they do. When those two guys get going, they can play with anybody."

Oregon returns home after escaping with a 79-77 overtime win at Washington State on Saturday. E.J. Singler scored a season-high 25 points, including the game-winning free throws with 3.8 seconds left, and Carlos Emory added a career-best 20 off the bench.

"We all just got together and the chemistry started flowing," Emory said after the Ducks came back from 18 points down.

Oregon has outscored opponents by an average of 17.3 points during a 21-1 stretch at home, with the lone defeat coming 48-47 to Colorado on Feb. 7.

Cal had dropped six straight road matchups against Top 25 foes before knocking off then-No. 7 Arizona 77-69 on Feb. 10 behind Crabbe's 31 points and 21 from Cobbs.

The Golden Bears will be trying to defeat three straight ranked teams for the first time since Feb. 9-23, 2002.

Last Updated: 5/27/2018 2:45:20 PM EST

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