Cal Bears podcast with Morris Phillips: Bears coming off two home wins face Oregon New Years Eve

The Cal Bears Joel Brown (1) who scored 12 finished second in scoring as the Bears defeated the Seattle University Redhawks last Tue Dec 22 at Haas Pavilion in Berkeley (calbears.com photo)

On the Cal Bears podcast with Morris:

#1 Morris the Bears did pick up two home wins defeating Cal Northridge on Sat 19th and Seattle U on Tue 22nd.

#2 In the latest win against Seattle the Bears Ryan Betley scored 17 points he’s one of the young transfer who proved to be a important factor in helping Cal out in scoring in accomplishing a win.

#3 Joel Brown had 12 points talk about his performance and will Cal head coach Mark Fox get the ball to Brown more often?

#4 Kuany Kuany also finished in double figures with 11 points it seemed like he got plenty of time to shoot against the Seattle defense as the Bears wound up getting a five point win.

#5 The Bears are at Oregon (6-1) on New Year’s eve on Thu Dec 31 and have won seven straight games and the Bears are at Oregon State (4-3) on Jan 2. The Beavers have won two of their last five games.

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Cal Bears podcast with Morris Phillips: Without Bradley and Anticevich Bears still crush Cal State Northridge; Bears host Redhawks Tuesday afternoon

Cal Bears Jerod Hyder (3) takes the ball against the Cal State Northridge defense on Sat Dec 19, 2020 at Haas Pavilion (bearinsider.com photo)

On the Cal Bears podcast with Morris:

#1 How impressive was it for the Cal Bears (4-4) to get a 87-56 win over the visiting Cal State Northridge without the use of Matt Bradley (knee injury) and Grant Anticevich  (appendectomy surgery).

#2 Ryan Betley and Makale Foreman who are graduate transfers their contribution to the offense on Saturday was impressive combining with 42 points.

#3 Morris, talk about Betley and Foreman’s hitting nine three pointers they just about had their way with Cal State Northridge.

#4 The win for Cal was their most impressive shooting 60 percent this being their most convincing win since Feb 2017 when they defeated Oregon State.

#5 Seattle University Redhawks (4-4) is in Tuesday afternoon at 2pm at Haas Pavilion. The Redhawks have lost three of their last four games. The Hawks won their last game against Northwest University 89-40. Morris talk about how you see Tuesday’s match up.

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Cal Bears podcast with Morris Phillips and Michael Duca: 18-point rally not enough to catch red-hot Redhawks in Cal’s latest loss

calbears.com photo: The Cal Bears guard Paris Austin (3) takes a drive against the Seattle Redhawks guard Terrell Brown (23) at Haas Pavilion in Berkeley on Saturday night

On the Cal podcast with Morris and Michael:

The Bears (5-7) fell behind by as many as 18 points in the first half, only to rally, but ultimately lose to Seattle, 82-73 at Haas Pavilion. The loss concluded Cal’s non-conference schedule without providing much belief that they can right the ship with Pac-12 play next up beginning Thursday at UCLA.

Coach Wyking Jones surely didn’t get any assurances from his team that they’ll be engaged come Thursday, not after they led 2-0 Saturday, only to fall behind 21-4 with 12:11 remaining before halftime. The Redhawks with the win notched their win loss record to 12-3.

Morris and Michael do the Cal Bears basketball podcast each week at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

Cal Bears podcast with Morris Phillips: Cal (5-6) will take on Seattle (11-3)–tall order game for Bears

bearinsider.com photo: Darius McNeil of the Cal Bears brings the ball up court against the San Jose State Spartans last Friday night at Haas Pavilion in a eight point win for Cal

On the Cal Bears podcast with Morris:

#1 Cal (5-6) got a 88-80 eight-point win over the visiting San Jose Spartans (3-8) on Friday night at Haas Pavilion. Is this a measuring stick for both teams that they’re rebuilding and both have improved?

#2 The Bears’ Darius McNeil led with 22 points. It was his season-high. Morris talks about the kind of season that he’s having.

#3 Andre Kelly finished second in scoring with 21 points and 10 assists. Morris talks about his efforts this season.

#4 The Bears certainly didn’t want to lose again after coming off a loss to Fresno State 95-73 (9-2) and the Spartans were coming off a loss to Stanford (6-5) 78-73.

#5 Cal’s next game is at Haas Pavilion against the Seattle Redhawks (11-3) in Berkeley at 5 pm on December 29th. Morris tells us a little of this up and coming game.

Morris Phillips does the Cal Bears podcasts each Monday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com