Pac-12 Basketball What to Watch February 25-March 1


We’ve got Arizona and Oregon on top this week standings wise with UCLA just a half game behind. Don’t look now but California is just a game back of these three schools. Here are you’re six things to watch as well as the current records.

The California Golden Bears and PAC-12 player of the year canidate Allen Crabbe have won five straight and are a game back of Arizona in the standings. Photo Credit: Bob Stanton-USA TODAY Sports

1 Wednesday the PAC-12 Network has a doubleheader starting with Arizona starting up a weekend to Los Angeles starting with USC at 6:30 pm.

2 Game two on the P12N has Arizona State facing UCLA at Pauley Pavilion at 8:30 pm. The Sun Devils have lost three of its last five while the Bruins are 4-1 which is reflective in the standings.

3 Colorado begins its weekend in the bay area on Wednesday when they are in Palo Alto against the Cardinal. Can the Buffaloes remain in the upper half of the league? This game begins at 8 pm on ESPN2.

4 Thursday has two games which can both be found on ESPNU, it’ll begin with Utah at California at 6 pm. The surging Golden Bears will go for their sixth straight win against the Utes.

5 At 8 pm the Civil War part two takes place at MATT Arena where Oregon State will try to payback Oregon for a 13 point win in Corvallis.

6 Ranked conference teams:
AP – Arizona (11) and Oregon (24) they remain the only conference teams receiving votes and in the poll.
Coaches Poll – Arizona (11), Oregon drops out but still got some votes just like UCLA continues to. Cal actually received more votes than the Bruins this week.

Weekly Pac-12 conference standings:
Arizona (11-4, 23-4), Oregon (11-4, 22-6), UCLA (10-4, 20-7), California (10-5, 18-9), Arizona State (9-6, 20-8), Colorado (8-6, 18-8), Southern California (7-7, 12-15), Stanford (7-8, 16-12), Washington (7-8, 15-13), Utah (3-11, 11-15), Oregon State (3-12, 13-15), Washington State (2-13, 11-17)

Oregon Ducks This Week:

Oregon Basketball: Injured Artis Could Return For Civil War, Coming Off The Bench

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