Guard Victor Bailey Jr., who averaged 7.4 points per game for Oregon last season, has transferred to Tennessee and will play for the Volunteers in the 2020-21 season. He has two seasons of eligibility remaining.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 84-57
- 11/9W 81-47
- 11/15L 77-69
- 11/1615W 80-65
- 11/20W 83-72
- 11/26L 89-84
- 12/1L 65-61
- 12/8W 84-61
- 12/12W 65-55
- 12/15W 66-54
- 12/18W 71-64
- 12/21L 57-47
- 12/29W 62-50
- 1/5L 77-72
- 1/10L 87-84
- 1/13W 81-60
- 1/17W 59-54
- 1/19L 78-64
- 1/24L 61-56
- 1/27W 78-58
- 1/31W 78-72
- 2/2L 73-51
- 2/6W 73-62
- 2/10W 69-46
- 2/16L 72-57
- 2/21L 66-49
- 2/23L 90-83
- 2/28W 79-51
- 3/2W 73-47
- 3/6W 72-61
- 3/9W 55-47
- 3/13W 84-51
- 3/14W 66-54
- 3/15W 79-75
- 3/16W 68-48
- 3/225W 72-54
- 3/2413W 73-54
- 3/281L 53-49
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- Ex-Oregon guard Bailey Jr. transfers to Tennessee
- Rutgers transfer Omoruyi heading to Oregon
- Three ex-Oregon players lose appeal of dismissal
- Ducks' King declares eligibility for NBA draft
Former Rutgers forward Eugene Omoruyi has committed to Oregon, he announced on Monday.
The dismissal of former Oregon basketball players Dominic Artis, Damyean Dotson and Brandon Austin has been upheld by a U.S. appeals court.
These NBA draft decisions, transfer decisions and recruiting commitments will have a lot to say about college basketball's pecking order heading into 2019-20.
North Carolina secured the services of Cole Anthony, and makes a big move up the college basketball preseason rankings for 2019-20.
Oregon forward Louis King, who averaged 13 points and 5.3 rebounds during his freshman season, is entering the NBA draft, he told ESPN.
The Spartans have nearly everyone back from their Final Four team and project as next season's team to beat.
Oregon freshman Bol Bol, a 7-foot-2 center who averaged 21.0 points and 9.6 rebounds this season, has hired an agent and will enter the NBA draft. He is No. 12 on ESPN's rankings of the top 100 NBA draft prospects.
Ty Jerome scored 13 points, including a go-ahead 3-pointer with 3:34 remaining, and No. 1 seed Virginia reached its second regional final in four years with a 53-49 victory over No. 12 Oregon on Thursday night in the NCAA Tournament.
The Cavaliers will meet Purdue on Saturday in a matchup of teams trying to reach the national semifinals for the first time in 30-plus years.
The cream has risen to the top in the 2019 NCAA tournament. The Bilastrator is here to ID the creamiest of the Sweet 16.
Sixteen programs remain in the 2019 NCAA tournament. Not all 16 fan bases have an equal level of expectation for what happens next.
Seth Greenberg, Dan Dakich and Chris Cotter break down every game of the Sweet 16, including those in the South (2:05), Midwest (10:08), East (17:10) and West (26:33). Plus, they look ahead to potential Elite 8 matchups (32:35). Who will advance to the Final 4 in Minneapolis? The guys discuss!
UC Irvine coach Russell Turner apologized to Oregon freshman forward Louis King for calling him "queen" during their NCAA tournament game on Sunday.
There are a whole lot of familiar faces in this Sweet 16. Here's how we're ranking them heading into the second weekend.
Seth Greenberg, Dan Dakich and Chris Cotter share their reactions from the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament, including close calls for Duke (2:09) and Kentucky (15:56) as well as the revelation of bracket busters in Auburn (18:20) and Oregon (22:36).
The Ducks have reached the Sweet 16, but can they topple No. 1 seed Virginia?
Ehab Amin sparked Oregon out of a long drought to start the second half and the Ducks became the lone double-digit seed to advance to the Sweet 16 by beating UC Irvine 73-54 on Sunday night.
We started with 68 on Tuesday night. Now we're down to 32. Here's how we rank them heading into Saturday.
Payton Pritchard scored 19 points, Kenny Wooten protected the rim with four blocks and 12th-seeded Oregon extended its surprising March run by beating No. 5 seed Wisconsin 72-54 Friday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
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Wisconsin star Ethan Happ, a 2nd-team All-American, closed out his college career with an underwhelming finale in the loss to Oregon. Happ finished with 12 points and 8 rebounds — both below his season averages of 17.5 and 10.1, respectively — and also had five turnovers and had his shot blocked three times. He also finished the night with a game-worst -22 plus-minus rating. Without him playing at his best, the Badgers simply didn't have enough to counter Oregon's diversified attack.
Joel Anderson ESPN
Oregon, which *had* to win the Pac-12 tournament to earn its NCAA tournament bid, has looked like one of the nation's best teams in the last month. The Ducks have now won nine straight games, outscoring their opponents by nearly 18 points a game and holding them to 34.6 shooting. Their first-round win over Wisconsin pretty much followed that same script — with an 18-point victory and the Badgers shooting only 32.2 percent.