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The Pac-12 Tournament hasn't failed to excite in its first time in Las Vegas, as three of the nine games have gone to overtime, and all but three games have been decided by five points or less.
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The Bruins and Ducks battle for the Pac-12 Tournament title on Saturday night. Can UCLA overcome its rebounding troubles and a key injury to avenge an earlier loss to Oregon?
UCLA and Oregon face off for the Pac-12 Tournament Championship on Saturday night at 8 p.m. PT. What will you be having while you watch the game on ESPN?
The Runnin' Utes' cinderella run through the Pac-12 Tournament comes to an abrupt end against the No. 3 seeded Ducks.
The Bruins once again dig themselves out of a hole with a little help from the officials, who call a questionable technical foul on Sean Miller late in the game.
The Pac-12 semifinals feature a marquee match-up and a cinderella.
Arsalan Kazemi comes up huge in the extra period as the Ducks advance to face Utah in the semifinals.
Jarred DuBois hits an improbable three-pointer to tie it in regulation, and the Runnin' Utes pull away from the Golden Bears in overtime.
Nick Johnson scores 18 and hits several key shots for the Wildcats, who advance to face UCLA in the semifinals.
Four players score in double figures for the No. 1 seed Bruins, led by 20 for Larry Drew II.
Day two of the Pac-12 Tournament features four quarterfinal games, the first three of which will be broadcast on TV by Pac-12 Networks. Oregon-Washington will cap off the night on ESPNU.
Stop me if you've heard this before: Cougars come back from 19-point deficit, only to prove unable to close the deal in a 64-62 loss.
The Cougars and Huskies face each other for the third time this year, and this time the stakes are ever-so-slightly higher. The game tips at approximately 8:30 p.m. PT on Pac-12 Networks. Discuss all the action here.
The Buffs beat the Beavers by a final score of 74-68 behind 20 points from Spencer Dinwiddie.
The Pac-12 Tournament got off to a wild start with Stanford and Arizona State needing extra time to decide the outcome.
It was a great finish to the regular season for the WSU basketball season and we ask if the Pac-12 should've moved the tournament from Los Angeles to Las Vegas.
The Cougars open play in the Pac-12 Tournament tonight, but before the games begin we have plenty of pregame links.
WSU will have to win two-thirds of a Mythical Northwest Championship on the way to an improbable tournament run.
As part of the full Las Vegas experience, a number of notable acts from the strip will be making appearances at the MGM Grand.
The Wildcats are a 2-to-1 favorite to win the tournament heading into tomorrow's action. WSU, seeded 11th, checks in at 33-to-1.
If you're heading to Las Vegas for the Pac-12 Tournament this week and don't have your tickets yet, plan on spending a pretty penny for those ducats -- and don't plan on getting a great seat.