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I watched the PAC12 Oregon streaming of the Oregon-Northwestern women's basketball game.  The play-by-play and color announcer (Bev Smith) were great--BUT BUT BUT.  Someone decided to show full screen messages like "Great Shot" during the game.  This pretty much always meant the viewer missed live action.  Injudicious use of replays also meant missing live action (this was a big problem last year as well.)  People tune in to see the game--the whole game.  Missing live action, particularly for the silly graphics, is irritating and this problem needs to be corrected.

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Is there some way the viewership can voice their opinion- to someone who matters?

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Kelly Graves breaks down trio of 2023 women's basketball signees

 

Oregon announced the signing of three prep basketball recruits during the start of the winter signing period on Wednesday. The school received

signed letters of intent from guard Sofia Bell (Portland, Ore.), wing Sammie Wagner (San Antonio, Tex.) and forward Sarah Rambus (Flint, Mich.). 

 

All three are four-star prospects inside ESPN's top 100 players in the class of 2023. The website ranks Oregon's haul as the 16th best nationally. 

 

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Kelly Graves breaks down trio of 2023 women's basketball signees

 

 

GRAVES SIGNS ANOTHER STRONG CLASS, ADDS THREE FOR 2023

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EUGENE, Ore. – Oregon head women's basketball coach Kelly Graves announced Wednesday the signing of three players inside...


 

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WATCH: Chance Gray pleased with debut and excited for upcoming games

 

Oregon freshman Chance Gray spoke with media following Wednesday's basketball practice.

She scored 14 points in her collegiate debut on Monday in the team's 100-57 win over Northwestern. 

 

Gray spoke about how her first college minutes felt and what the upcoming games with Seattle

on Saturday and Southern on Monday might mean for the team.

 

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WATCH: Kelly Graves breaks down signing class, offers Basham injury update

 

Oregon women's basketball coach Kelly Graves went into detail on what the Ducks accomplished on national signing day

with the additions of guard Sofia Bell, wing Sammie Wagner and forward Sarah Rambus.

 

Graves also provided the latest update on where things stand with freshman center Kennedy Basham, who suffered an injury

in the season-opener and what he hopes to see in upcoming games with Seattle on Saturday and Southern on Monday. 

 

 

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On 11/9/2022 at 10:59 AM, Mic said:

Is there some way the viewership can voice their opinion- to someone who matters?

Rob Mullens(Athletic Director) - athleticdirector@uoregon.edu - 541-346-5455

Rob Moseley(Editor-in-Chief, GoDucks.com) - rmoseley@uoregon.edu - 541-346-2250

Chris Brown(Assistant Director of Athletic Communications [WBB, WTennis]) - chrisb11@uoregon.edu - 541-346-8879

Scott LaBounty(Associate Athletic Director - Broadcasting and Video) - slabount@uoregon.edu - 541-346-3849

Joey McMurry(Director of Broadcasting) - Joey.McMurry@OregonSportsProperties.com - 541-606-4268

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Pac-12 women's basketball power ratings: Conference starts 11-0, Oregon impresses

 

Oregon was especially impressive with a 43-point win over Northwestern,

the only Power Five conference foe on the slate.

 

See how our Ducks are rated...

 

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Arizona is the only Pac-12 team that hasn't played over first two days of season.

 

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Sabrina Ionescu to join Oregon women's basketball staff as director of athletic culture

 

On Friday, the school announced that Ionescu would be joining Kelly Graves' support staff as the director of athletic culture, a press release stated. 

 

The role, which is described as "part time", will center around the development of the student athlete, the release explained.

The focus will be to cultivate the five pillars of the women's program: passion, integrity, unity, thankfulness and servanthood. 

 

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Sabrina Ionescu to join Oregon women's basketball staff as director of athletic culture

 

 

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Ducks will rely on Philly Kyei even more as injuries pile up

 

Kyei is the tallest player on the roster, standing 6-foot-8. She's also the least experienced basketball-wise

with just a handful of years of court time to date, including her freshman season in 2021-22. 

 

"She's just going to have to play more," Graves said following Wednesday's practice. "She's one heck of a talent

and she's so unique. She's long. She's going to keep getting better. By March that's going to be a really tough player."

 

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Ducks will rely on Philly Kyei even more as injuries pile up

 

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VANSLOOTEN TABBED PAC-12 FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK

 

VanSlooten paced all freshmen in the conference with 18.0 points per game,

including a 20-point outing in the Ducks' 100-57 win over Northwestern in the season opener.

 

The 6-foot-3 VanSlooten went 10-for-16 from the field

against the Wildcats along with three assists and two rebounds.

 

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EUGENE, Ore. — Leading Oregon in scoring twice last week, forward Grace VanSlooten took home the season's first Pac-12 Freshman...

 

WATCH Pac-12 Network: Grace VanSlooten Wins Freshman of the Week Award

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Oregon forward Grace VanSlooten has been named the Pac-12 Women's Basketball Freshman of the Week, presented by Nextiva...

  

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MIGHTY OREGON PODCAST: DYNAMIC DUO

 

ROB MOSELEY: HEAR THE STORIES OF VETERAN GUARDS TE-HINA PAOPAO AND ENDYIA ROGERS,

WHO HAVE THE DUCKS OFF AND RUNNING IN 2022-23.

 

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Hear the stories of veteran guards Te-Hina Paopao and Endyia Rogers, who have the Ducks off and running in 2022-23.

 

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Paopao Named to Wooden Award Watch List

 

Te-Hina Paopao is among 50 players chosen to the preseason watch list for the prestigious John R. Wooden Award

presented by Wendy's, given to the nation's most outstanding player, in a vote of national college basketball experts.

 

Paopao, who was also selected to the Nancy Lieberman Award and the Naismith Trophy preseason watch lists, is one of six players

from the Pac-12 selected to the preseason list. It marks the first time Paopao has been named to the Wooden Award watch list.

 

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Oregon guard Te-Hina Paopao is among 50 players chosen to the preseason watch list for the prestigious John R. Wooden Award...

 

 

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Kelly Graves provides more details on Sabrina Ionescu's role on Oregon's staff

 

By the sound of it, much of Ionescu's work will be done remotely with a

greater focus on the student-athlete experience over the Xs and Os. 

 

Per Graves, Ionescu will not be able to assist with on-court coaching. 

 

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Kelly Graves provides more details on Sabrina Ionescu's role on Oregon's staff

 

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Oregon signee Sammie Wagner not planning to play once she enrolls in January

 

The wing from San Antonio (Tex.) announced on Monday that she would be enrolling at Oregon in January,

but told DuckTerritory.com via text message that the plan was for her to sit out of game action during her first months on campus. 

 

"I plan on redshirting to get adjusted and start practicing and start school," she said. "But if coach needs me to play I will, but it's not the plan."

 

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Oregon signee Sammie Wagner not planning to play once she enrolls in January
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WATCH: Endyia Rogers and Grace VanSlooten Having Fun on Campus

 

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Freshman Grace VanSlooten making an immediate impact for No. 18 Oregon women's basketball

 

VanSlooten, the 6-foot-3 wing from Toledo, Ohio, is the Ducks’ leading scorer in these early days of the season,

averaging a team-best 13.3 points. She’s pulled down nine rebounds twice and has a team-leading six blocked shots.

 

She was named the season's first Pac-12 Freshman of the Week last Monday.

 

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In the second quarter of Oregon’s game against Southern, Ducks freshman forward Grace VanSlooten struggled. Every time she...

 

 

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Ducks in self-improvement mode after encouraging weekend in Portland

 

The 19th-ranked ball club proved last weekend they can compete with the nation's best. They must know understand

how their strengths kept them competitive with quality opponents and how their weaknesses cost them.

 

"Offensively, I have no issues right now," Graves told reporters following Wednesday's practice. "We've turned it over more than I'd like in

a couple of the games, but our field goal percentage is great, our assisted field goals is really good, which means we're moving the basketball."

 

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Ducks in self-improvement mode after encouraging weekend in Portland


 

 

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PODCAST: Getting you up to speed on Oregon women's and men's basketball

 

Both the Oregon women's and men's basketball programs were ranked in the preseason polls, both have been dealt

with injuries before the year even started, and both have had some interesting outcomes in their first few games.

 

On today's Autzen Audibles Podcast, Matt Prehm, Erik Skopil, and Jared Mack break down and discuss the early storylines of the year

for both teams and get you caught up to speed on where both programs sit. Plus, what's the long-term outlook for this year for both teams?

 

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Both the Oregon women's and men's basketball programs were ranked in the preseason polls, both have been dealt with injuries...

 

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WATCH: Kelly Graves and Te-Hina Paopao encouraged by PK Invitational games

 

Oregon women's basketball coach Kelly Graves spoke to media for about nine minutes following

Wednesday's practice. Junior guard Te-Hina Paopao also fielded questions. 

 

The pair both spoke at length about what they took from the weekend split at the PK Invitational

and what they'd need to build off over the next few weeks.

 

The team plays just one game over a 13-day period and will use that time to focus on improving

before beginning Pac-12 play with Oregon State on Dec. 11.

 

 

 

 

 

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