Oregon Pauses Men’s Basketball; Thursday Game with ASU Postponed

EUGENE, Ore. – The University of Oregon men’s basketball program has paused all team-related activities because of COVID-19 protocols. As a result, the Ducks’ games on Thursday, Jan. 14 against Arizona State and Saturday, Jan. 16 against Arizona are being postponed.

Arizona State will travel to Corvallis to play Oregon State for a Saturday game at 4 p.m. PT on Pac-12 Network.

Coach Hurley was on 98.7 Tuesday morning and talked about the roster updates, as ASU had four players out last week in games against UCLA and USC. You can listen to that here.

ASU will continue to try and reschedule games vs. Utah (postponed from Dec. 22 due to Utah COVID protocols), at Washington (postponed Dec. 31 due to ASU COVID protocols) and at Washington State (postponed Jan. 2 due to ASU COVID protocols). The Dec. 18 game vs. Incarnate Word that was canceled due to a pause in the IW program will not be made up.

Sat., Jan. 16: at Oregon State (4 p.m. PT/Pac-12 Network)
Thurs., Jan. 21: vs. Arizona (7 p.m./ESPN or ESPN2)
Thurs., Jan. 28: vs. California
Sat., Jan. 30:  vs. Stanford (8 p.m./ESPN2 or ESPNU)
Thurs., Feb. 4: at Colorado
Sat., Feb. 6: at Utah
Thurs., Feb. 11: vs. Oregon
Sun., Feb. 14: vs. Oregon State
Wed., Feb. 17: at USC
Sat., Feb. 20: at UCLA
Thurs., Feb. 25: vs. Washington 
Sat., Feb. 27: vs. Washington State
Sat., March 6: at Arizona

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