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Stanford Cardinal (14-17)


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vs. OreSt 
W 79-66
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vs. Oregon 
L 73-75
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@ Colo 
L 72-91
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@ Utah 
L 59-67
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@ AriSt 
L 88-98
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Arizona State beats Stanford 98-88 in overtime

LAS VEGAS (AP) Arizona State's offense stagnated at the end of regulation. All the shots that had been falling for the previous 37 minutes were not going down and Stanford rallied to tie the game.

Once the overtime started, the shots started dropping again, giving the Sun Devils a rare Pac-12 Tournament win.

Obinna Oleka had a career-high 27 points and 13 rebounds, and Arizona State dominated in overtime to beat Stanford 98-88 Wednesday in the opening game of the Pac-12 Tournament.

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Leaders
Points: R. Travis17.4
Rebounds: M. Humphrey6.2
Assists: R. Cartwright3.5
FG%: R. Travis57.9%
FT%: D. Pickens73.8%
3P%: D. Pickens39.6%
Steals: M. Allen1.3
Blocks: J. Sharma1.1
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Villanova32-4
2 Gonzaga36-1
3 Kansas31-5
4 Arizona32-5
5 Kentucky32-6
6 North Carolina31-7
7 Duke28-9
8 UCLA31-5
9 Oregon33-5
10 Louisville25-9
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Villanova32-4
2 Gonzaga36-1
3 Kansas31-5
4 Arizona32-5
5 Kentucky32-6
6 UCLA31-5
7 Duke28-9
8 North Carolina31-7
9 Oregon33-5
10 Louisville25-9
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Pac-12 Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
9 Oregon 16-2 33-5
4 Arizona 16-2 32-5
8 UCLA 15-3 31-5
Utah 11-7 20-12
USC 10-8 26-10
California 10-8 21-13
Colorado 8-10 19-15
Arizona State 7-11 15-18
Stanford 6-12 14-17
Washington State 6-12 13-18
Washington 2-16 9-22
Oregon State 1-17 5-27
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 69.7 (259)
Rebounds: 10.2 (197)
Assists: 13.6 (164)
FG%: 44.0% (203)
FT%: 68.2% (253)
3P%: 32.0% (306)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 71.1 (143)
Rebounds: 24.2 (263)
Assists: 14.2 (260)
FG%: 44.4% (204)
FT%: 69.4% (121)
3P%: 38.2% (328)
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