Pac-12 Tournament 2017: Oregon crushes Arizona State, 80-57

March 9, 2017

Dillon Brooks scored 22 points, Tyler Dorsey added 21, and fifth-ranked Oregon pulled away in the second half to beat Arizona State, 80-57, Thursday in the Pac-12 Tournament quarterfinals.  Dylan Ennis had a career-high 12 rebounds and five assists for the Ducks, who will face the winner between California and Utah in the semifinals Friday night.

Oregon (28-4) tightened up defensively after a close first half, holding Arizona State to 8-of-33 shooting in the second. The Ducks' defense set up transition baskets and allowed Oregon to pull away from the Sun Devils.

Arizona State (15-18) matched Oregon almost shot for shot in the first half before succumbing to the Ducks' length and pressure in the second.

Senior Torian Graham had 32 points and made seven 3-pointers, but the rest of the Sun Devils (15-18) starters were a combined 5 for 30 from the floor.

By Staff of and news services

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