What channel are Oregon's games on this weekend? How to watch Duck women's basketball

Oregon's Chance Gray, center, leaves the court after the loss to Oregon State in Corvallis.
Oregon's Chance Gray, center, leaves the court after the loss to Oregon State in Corvallis. / Chris Pietsch/The Register-Guard / USA

The Ducks are taking a trip north to visit the Washington schools. Amid one of the biggest slumps in program history, Oregon is looking to salvage its season from being absolutely shameful.

Sitting at 11-16 overall and on a nine-game losing streak, Oregon will play the Washington Huskies and Washington State Cougars this weekend.

The two meetings will be the Ducks’ only games against the schools this regular season. The Huskies are currently just one game ahead of Oregon in the conference.

Here’s how to watch the Pac-12 tossup, key matchups, and injury reports for both teams:

How to watch Oregon women’s basketball vs. Washington:

Key matchups:

“It's not the losing that has been difficult, it's the way we’ve lost,” head coach Kelly Graves said in a presser. “We haven’t really been competitive in a lot of those games.”

The Ducks will need to be competitive in this game. Playing against their conference rivals will add fuel to the fire but it needs to be about more than just flying home with the victory.

Stars Chance Gray, Grace VanSlooten, and Phillipina Kyei have to step up their game and shoot lights out. The rest of the team can’t slack and Graves needs to be ready to hold his team to the highest standard.

Anyone and everyone who checks into the game for Oregon will have to be playing at their very best throughout the rest of the season.

Defensively, the Ducks should focus on Huskies guard Elle Ladine. The UW player is averaging 11.9 points per game and leads her team in scoring.

Forward Dalayah Daniels leads the Huskies in rebounds and blocks. Daniels should be a focus for Kyei and the Ducks should have a leg up in the matchup as Kyei has a four-inch advantage.

“I think we’re ready to get a win,” Graves said.

Oregon WBB injury report:

Taking Peyton Scott’s season-ending injury into account, the Ducks have lost a combined 40 games due to injury this season.

Sofia Bell has missed the last 6 games due to injury and Oregon has yet to release a timetable for her return.

Washington WBB injury report:

Nia Lowery has appeared in just one game for the Huskies this season. In her 11 minutes of play, Lowery had 1 point and 1 turnover. 

Final score prediction: Oregon 47, Washington 49

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