USC basketball gets another shot at Oregon tonight but this time they are playing at the Galen Center. The last time these two teams met was on December 30th, 2016 when the Ducks thumped the Trojans by 23 and placed the first blemish on the USC basketball record for the season.
That loss was the first game in a rough six game stretch where the Trojans went 2-4. This time around USC basketball coach Andy Enfield and the Trojans are on another winning streak of 5 straight. Last time these teams played it was 14 wins. Given that the Trojans play the Oregon Ducks tonight followed by the UCLA Bruins and Arizona Wildcats both on the road this could be another start to another rough patch.
The Ducks are 21-4 on the year and second place in the Pac-12 conference standings. The Trojans are also 21-4 but currently sit at number five in the standings. The bad news is the aforementioned three tough games for the Trojans. The good news is that USC basketball is only one game back from being in the top 4 of the conference standings. As you may recall the top four is significant for the Conference championship tournament. The top 4 teams get the first day of the tournament off with an automatic advancement into the quarterfinals.
There are 6 regular season games left on the USC Trojans basketball schedule with plenty of Pac-12 Conference Tournament implications on the line. Full game info for the Trojans and the Ducks is below:
Oregon Ducks 21-4 (10-2 Conference) at USC Trojans basketball 21-4 (8-4 conference)
How to Watch:
Start Time: Saturday, February 11, 7:30 p.m. PST
Location: Galen Center — Los Angeles, California
Radio: Tune In
Television: Pac-12 Network
Live Streaming: Pac-12 Live