Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Women on eight game win streak get ready to host ASU Thursday; Cardinal men in Seattle tonight against UW

The Stanford Cardinal guard Kiana Williams (23) and the Oregon Ducks guard Te-Hina Paopao chase the basketball during third quarter action on Mon Feb 15, 2021 in Eugene OR (AP News photo)

On the Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry F:

#1 Jerry the Cardinal (19-2) women are on a eight game win streak and are coming off a win at Oregon University against the Ducks (12-5) 63-61 a close game that keeps the Cardinal win streak going.

#2  The Cardinal got some great offense on Monday night against Oregon from Kiana Williams 20 points, Cameron Brink 16 points and Lexie Hull with 13 points.

#3 Stanford men: The Cardinal men (13-8) have won five of their last seven games and their last game picked up a 73-66 win over the Utah Utes (9-8) at Maples Pavilion Saturday night.

#4 Four scorers for Stanford finished in double figures Saturday with Spencer Jones leading the way with 17 points and Oscar da Silva with 13 points. Jones doesn’t finish first often but da Silva has to be proud.

#5 Stanford is in Seattle for a visit with the Washington Huskies (4-16) after losing five straight games the Huskies finally got in the win column against cross state rival the Washington Cougars (12-10) 65-63 on Monday night. The tip for tonight’s game at UW is set for 8:00pm, set this game up for us Jerry.

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Arizona State holds off late Cardinal rally, wins 79-75

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By Daniel Dullum
Sports Radio Service
Saturday, January 30, 2021

Arizona State held off a gallant effort by Stanford on Saturday, and the Sun Devils won 79-75 in Pac-12 men’s basketball played at Desert Financial Arena in Tempe, Ariz.

It was the second consecutive win for the struggling Sun Devils (6-8 overall, 3-5 Pac-12), and their first sweep in league play since defeating Oregon and Oregon State at home late last season.

The Cardinal (10-6 overall, 6-4 Pac-12) led 73-69 with 2:58 to play when ASU guard Joshua Christopher sank a 3-pointer. After a defensive stop, Arizona State took a 74-73 lead on a pair of Kimani Lawrence free throws at 1:46.

Michael O’Connell’s floating jumper put the Cardinal back in front at 75-74, but Lawrence put back an offensive rebound which was goaltended, and was fouled. He hit the free throw and ASU went back ahead 77-75.

Remy Martin was fouled after getting a steal, but the ASU point guard missed the front end of a 1-and-1, and the Cardinal had one more possession with eight seconds left. The Sun Devils defense forced a turnover, Alonzo Verge Jr. made a pair of free throws with 0.7 seconds left.

The Sun Devils forced Stanford into 20 turnovers – 13 in the first half. The Cardinal, meanwhile made 31 of 34 free throws to keep the game close. Stanford outrebounded ASU 34-24.

Jaiden Delaire led Stanford with 21 points, and Oscar da Silva finished with 18 points and 11 rebounds for his fifth double-double of the season.

Martin was ASU’s top scorer with 23 points, followed by Christopher with 15 points and 12 points each from Marcus Bagley and Jalen Graham.

Stanford has a busy week ahead. The Cardinal host USC at Maples Pavilion on Tuesday, travel to Berkeley to face California on Thursday, and host the Golden Bears on Sunday, Feb. 7.

Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Cardinal could apply same technique on Arizona as they did on UCLA

The Stanford Cardinal forward Oscar da Silva (13) go for the bucket against the UCLA Bruins guard Jules Bernard (1) at Kaiser Permanente Arena in Santa Cruz on Saturday, January 23, 2021 (AP News photo)

On the Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry F:

#1 Jerry, the Cardinal (9-5) open tonight with two games in Arizona, tonight against the Wildcats, who are one of the best at 12-3, and on Saturday against the ASU Sun Devils, who are 4-8. Let’s take tonight’s game first. How much pressure will it be on star scorer for Stanford Oscar da Silva tonight?

#2 Stanford has won four of their last six game, including their last game against UCLA, which was by a razor margin 73-72, but an impressive win.

#3 In the game against UCLA, da Silva was once again top scorer with 26 points. He was followed by Jaiden Delaire, who scored 19. That’s saying a lot when you’re dueling with a team defense like the Bruins.

#4 The Wildcats are no match for a lot of teams in their last game. They pounded the Arizona State Sun Devils 80-67. The Wildcats are loaded on offense. Their top scorer on Monday night’s game was Terrell Brown 18 points and Azuolas Tubelis and James Akinjo both finished with 16. The Cardinal could have their hands full tonight in Tucson.

#5 Stanford head coach Jerod Haase could coach another game similar to the one he coached against UCLA. Lots of skill shots, aggressive inside and da Silva taking lots of outside shots.

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Cal Bears basketball podcast with Morris Phillips: Cal pours effort into 80-75 loss to ASU

photo from Arizona State guard Remy Martin (1) yells after his team defeated California in an NCAA college basketball game in Berkeley, Calif., Sunday, Feb. 16, 2020

On the Cal Bears basketball podcast with Morris:

#1 The Cal Bears (10-15) Matt Bradley finished in scoring on top with 22 points but the Bears once again fell short by five points in the loss to the ASU Sun Devils (17-8).

#2 The Bears Grant Anticevich scored 18 points second in Cal scoring Anticevich one to always push the envelope on offense

#3 Looking at both halves both teams played evenly in the first half ASU outscored Cal 32-31 and in the second half the Sun Devils once more outscored Cal 44-41.

#4 For the Sun Devils Remy Martin scored 22 points and Martin was able to score 15 in the last 11 minutes of the contest.

#5 Cal heads to Washington State (14-12) for a game in Pullman on Wednesday Morris sets this game up for us.

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Stanford’s late rally falls short lose to Arizona State 74-69 photo: Daejon Davis (1) drives for Stanford against the Arizona State Sun Devils forward Kimani Lawrence (4) Thursday night at Maples Pavilion at Stanford University

By Jerry Feitelberg

PALO ALTO–The Stanford Cardinal met the Arizona State Sun Devils Thursday night at Maples Pavilion. The visiting Sun Devils came to Stanford with a record of 15-8 overall, and 6-4 in the Conference. ASU is the only Pac-12 team to make the NCAAs the last two seasons. ASU has won five of the last six games. The Cardinal, on the other hand, has lost five of the last six and their record coming into the game was 16-7.

ASU led for most of the game. Stanford’s offense came to life late in the second half to close the gap to just three points. The Sun Devils held on to win 74-69.

The Cardinal’s best player, Oscar Da Silva, who suffered a head injury in the game against Colorado last Saturday, was not available. Stanford’s head coach Jerod Haase started sophomore Lukas Kisunas in his place. The Cardinal fell behind 7-0 in the early going.

Spencer Jones knocked down a couple of threes to make it 7-6. The Sun Devils, taking advantage of Stanford turnovers increased the lead to 20-13. James Keefe and Jaiden Delaire each made a bucket to make it 20-17. It was at this point that ASU went on an 11-0 run. The Cardinal fought back as Daejon Davis, Delaire, and Tyrell Terry made plays to cut the deficit to seven 36-29 at the end of the first half of play.

In the second half, ASU was able to keep the Cardinal at bay for most of the period. The Cardinal made an 8-1 run to come within four 50-46. The Cardinal’s point guard Tyrell Terry started to get his game coming as he led the charge. ASU didn’t cave.

ASU’s Remy Martin, and I am not making his name up, made two key baskets to give ASU an eleven-point lead 68-57.  The Cardinal’s James Keefe and Tyrell Terry led the team on another run to close the gap to three 68-65 with 2:07 left to play.

It appeared the referees missed a call when Terry was bumped and the ball went out of bounds. The Cardinal had another opportunity to get closer but they turned the ball over to ASU when the inbound pass was knocked out of bounds.

Remy Martin followed with a bucket to make it 70-65 with about 40 seconds left in the game. James Keefe scored for Stanford and was fouled on the play. Keefe missed the free throw. Rob Edwards made two free throws, and Martin made another two-point shot to put ASU ahead 74-67. Tyrell Terry scored the last basket for Stanford. Time ran out, and the Cardinal dropped its sixth game in the previous seven 74-69.

Game Notes and Stats- With the loss, Stanford’s record drops to 16-8 overall and 5-6 in the Pac-12. Arizona improves to 16-8 overall, and 7-4 in the conference.

Tyrell Terry led the Cardinal with 24 points. Jaiden Delaire had 11, Spencer Jones nine, James Keefe, nine, and Bryce Wills eight. Stanford shot 52% from the floor. They made six threes in 21 tries.

ASU was led by Remy Martin’s 24 points. Alonzo Verge had 19, and Kimani Lawrence kicked in with 11. The Sun Devils shot 55% from the floor. They connected on five threes. They out rebounded the Cardinal 30-21. Each team committed 20 turnovers.

The Cardinal plays the University of Arizona on Saturday at Maples Arena. The Wildcats played the Cal Bears Thursday night. The Sun Devils play the Bears on Saturday.


Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Stanford hosts Sun Devils tonight in effort to get back in win column file photo: The Stanford Cardinal Tyrell Terry (3) drives on UCLA in Fri Jan 15th photo as the Cardinal meet the ASU Sun Devils tonight at Maples Pavilion

On the Cardinal podcast with Jerry F:

#1 Last Saturday’s game with the Colorado Buffaloes (19-5) wasn’t even close for Stanford (16-7) , the Buffaloes provided some tough offense after trailing at half time.

#2 The Cardinal did have four players Jaiden Delaire (19 pts), Tyrell Terry (18 pts), Spencer Jones (12 pts), and Isaac White (12 points)

#3 The Cardinal were coming off a tough loss to Utah (14-9) the previous Thursday 64-56 it was another battle as the Utes put up some defense to hold the Cardinal

#4 For Stanford head coach Jerod Haase taking a look at those two last loses he will have to go over some the offensive measures to take hold of leads

#5 The Cardinal host the Arizona State Sun Devils (15-8) tonight at Maples Pavilion Jerry tells us how he sees the match up

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