2019 Tournament PreviewMuch to the dismay of all bubble teams, Oregon stole a bid as a six seed in the Pac-12 tournament with a dominant win over top-seeded Washington in the title game. The Ducks' season looked over after the midseason loss of five-star center Bol Bol (foot), but coach Dana Altman's squad regrouped to close the year on an eight-game winning streak. The frontcourt was held together by the likes of 6-9 freshman Louis King (12.7 ppg, 5.5 rpg) and 6-9 senior Paul White (10.6 ppg, 3.9 rpg), but junior guard Payton Pritchard (12.7 ppg, 3.7 rpg, 4.5 apg) is the offensive catalyst. He averaged 19.0 points in the last three games of the Pac-12 tournament. Oregon ranks 18th in defensive efficiency (according to KenPom) by holding opponents to just 29.4 percent from beyond the arc -- 10th in the nation. The offense is methodical, ranking 328th in KenPom's tempo rating but just 108th in efficiency. The aforementioned trio will need to provide consistent scoring for the Ducks to advance.
Scouting Report Offense Defense
Efficiency 106.5 (99th) 94.6 (13th)
Pace 65.3 (324th)
Effective FG% 52.0 (115th) 46.4 (19th)
Turnover % 15.6 (117th) 18.3 (49th)
Off Reb % 29.6 (124th) 28.8 (207th)
FTA/FGA 29.4 (273rd) 33.9 (212th)
3P% 35.1 (133rd) 29.0 (5th)
2P% 51.6 (105th) 48.8 (119th)
FT% 72.1 (128th) 70.2 (141st)
3PA/FGA 39.5 (152nd) 45.4 (334th)
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Oregon (25-13)
(10-8) In Pac-12
Coaches Poll: #21 NET: #41 RPI: #46
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