After two straight trips to the Elite 8, the Oregon Ducks are final four bound for the first time since 1939, following a victory over Kansas 74-60.

For Canadian content, that means Dillon Brooks, Dylan Ennis and Chris Boucher are now a part of Oregon history.

Brooks finished with 17 points, five rebounds and four assists, while Ennis added 12 points, two rebounds and two steals.

MVP of the game however belonged to Jordan Bell who controlled the paint and registered a near triple double–11 points, 13 rebounds, 8 blocks and 4 steals on 5/6 FG.

Not to be forgotten is Tyler Dorsey aka “Mr. March” who recorded a game-high 27 points.

For Kansas, Frank Mason lead with 21 points.

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One thought on “Canadian Ducks are Final 4 Bound

  1. LM says:

    With Dustin Triano at Gonzaga, and if South Carolina and Kentucky make the 4, a Canadian would be in every team in the final four

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