LAS VEGAS – Huskies knew it would be difficult to find points against a roughing Oregon team, which allowed an average of 55.1 points during its seven-game series.
during the final defeat of the regular season last week, 47 points (19659002). On Saturday evening, first-class Hawks faced another Oregon bloc, which completed their desire to add the Pac-12 Championship title to the regular season.
68-48 defeat of Washington is the most one-sided defeat against the adversary of the conference – surprisingly similar to many of their encounters with the sixth Duck Duck. around the edge of a short-lived crime UW, who shot 33.3 percent of the floor and 21.7 percent (5 out of 23) on three pointer.
"I felt that I did not prepare them as they should have been prepared tonight, and that's for me," said UW coach Mike Hopkins. – These children came out. They were executed. They played their hearts. We just did not do it today.
Wooten patrolled the paint and blocked four shots, and [Huskies] had several viable attack variants to protect Pac-12.
"They just wanted this more than we do today," said Noy Dickerson, who had more turns (four) than field goals, and finished with six glasses and six heels.
Jillne Novell, player of the year conference, finished with eight points for 2-for-7 shooting.
"They are very long," Novell said. – Kenny Watten has been blocking their shots there. When you went through one person, they got a lot of help.
It was such a night for the Husky who defeated 40-22 in the second half and lost their third game in seven excursions.
"Three to four." When we got our cart around the cart, Kenny Wouten's factor went out and blocked a few shots, "Hopkins said. "We could not get to the foul line, and I thought it was a big factor in the game."
Washington 7 of 8 on penalties – all in the first half – while Oregon hit 20 out of 22. The Ducks made all 17 of his fouls in the second half.
"I thought it was a difference," Hopkins said.
Despite the fact that they played their fourth game in a few days, ducks had more fresh legs overnight.
Peyton Pritchard, who was named a prominent player. the tournament, which finished with 20 points and seven assistants – both game maximums.
Louis King added 15 points and Paula White 14 – Oregon (23-12), who became the second team to win four games at the conference Pac-12's automatic berth before the NCAA tournament.
This is a great twist for ducks that were 15-12 weeks ago.
"I've been lucky enough to do this for 39 years, I've never seen a team make it a sharp change in the three-four-week period," said Oregon coach Dana Altman, citing eight consecutive ditch wins. "They really grew up and really believed each other."
Huskies played 28-26 in the first half, but they lost control of the game when ducks started the second half with a 20-7 run to go forward 48 -33 with 8:32 to the left.
During the decisive stretching, UW had a 7: 57 minute, scoring drought and striking just 3 out of 16 goals, including 1 out of 6 for three points.
Half felt a long, continuous sprint for Oregon, which at one point surpassed Washington 30-11.
"In the second half, we simply could not make a shot," Hopkins said. – You are not going to win too many games, firing 22% of the field and 25% of the three.
"We just did not have a defense in it, they went to the foul, they were really aggressive and had a good night to shoot."
Pritchard washed away the left-footed tower lock in the last minutes to make the last knockout kick for a stunning The team of UW, who defeated and had a lot of beginners on the bench.
"Of course, this is not our best game, but we still have a lot of season left," said Matisse Tibul, who had four points. "We have not finished "
" Husky "(26-8) gather in the Hopkins house and watch the Breaking show that comes out "It's obvious that we are all disappointed, but these guys are the winners," said Hopkins, "the loss is stinging, the victory is great, and we did not do it today."
"I told the guys that we had to wash this thing in the toilet. We had an incredible season. We got it far and we just had a bad game." This is happening. "The key is that we do not allow this again. Tomorrrow will be a celebration for these guys that they performed in two years.
- Washington's Matisse Tibul has moved the former Oregon Star of Garry Payton to become the leader of the Pac-12 (322).
- Thybulle, King and Pritchard were selected for Pac-12 at all tournaments along with Zilan Cheyat of Arizona and McKinley Wright IV from Colorado.