Beavers stun Stanford 68-63, third straight Pac-12 loss for Cardinal

oregonlive.com: Stanford guard Tyrell Terry (3) dribbles on Oregon State’s Ethan Thompson (5) and Kylor Kelly (24) Thursday night at Stanford University

By Daniel Dullum
Sports Radio Service
Thursday, January 30, 2020

Oregon State snapped its four-game losing streak in stunning fashion on Thursday, as the Beavers upended Stanford 68-63 in Pac-12 men’s basketball at Maples Pavilion.

Freshman Jarod Lucas scored a career-high 21 points — 17 in the first half — for the visiting Beavers (13-8 overall, 3-6 Pac-12). Tres Tinkle and Ethan Thompson added 15 and 14 points, respectively, for Oregon State. Senior Kylor Kelley added 10 points, six rebounds and seven blocked shots.

The road victory gives Oregon State three Pac-12 wins over Top 20 NCAA NET-ranked teams — No. 11 Arizona, No. 16 Stanford and No. 17 Colorado. It was Stanford’s third straight conference defeat.

OSU led by as many as 13 points in the second half, holding off a couple l of late Cardinal rallies before salting the game away at the free throw line.

Stanford pulled to within 49-48 on a Tyrell Terry layup at 11:39 of the second half. The Beavers responded with a 12-point run to build their biggest lead.

Then, the Cardinal went on a five-minute, 11-0 run, cutting their deficit to two. OSU got a layup by Tinkle and a Lucas free throw to build its lead back to five with less than two minutes to play.

The Beavers led 64-61 with 30 seconds to play and Terry missed a potential game-tying 3-pointer. Free throws by Zach Reichle, Thompson and Tinkle in the final 20 seconds extended OSU’s lead.

Oregon State outscored the Cardinal 15-3 over the final 4:05.

Oscar da Silva led Stanford (15-5, 4-3) with 22 points and eight rebounds. Terry scored 13 points, and Daejon Davis added 12.

Stanford hosts Oregon on Saturday.

Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry Feitleberg: Will Cal challenge Stanford in spite of their record on Sunday?

gostanford.com photo: Stanford guard Bryce Wills (2) drives the lane against the UCLA Bruin defense on Wed Jan 15th’s game at Pauley Pavilion

On the Stanford podcast with Jerry F:

#1 Jerry the Cardinal (15-3) took a took loss to USC (15-3) last Saturday as USC is a tough building to play in

#2 Try as they may the top scorer for Stanford Oscar da Silva came up with 21 points but da Silva has been consistent

#3 Jerry you also have to like Spencer Jones he came in second in Stanford scoring with 18. The Cardinal are proving potent on offense but USC was a tougher customer.

#4 Jerod Haase coached a great game even though Stanford didn’t get the win with the Cardinal dominating in the first half 45-25.

#5 In spite of the Cal Bears record could all the stats and what’s on paper go out the window and the Bears who are hosting Stanford make a game of this one on Sunday?

Jerry does the Stanford Cardinal podcasts each Thursday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

 

Cal Bears basketball podcast with Morris Phillips: Cal odds aren’t great but with the home floor can they beat Stanford

calbears.com photo: The expression on the Cal Bears players says it all as they’ve struggled of late and host Stanford on Sunday

On the Cal podcast with Morris:

#1 Sunday is the Big Game with Stanford (15-3) and Cal (8-9) the Bears are coming off a tough ten point loss to UCLA, Cal has the home floor do they have a shot at beating a very successful Stanford team?

#2 Matt Bradley scored 17 points and grabbed five rebounds as the team leading scorer last Saturday in UCLA how much of a load will he have to carry on Sunday against Stanford.

#3 The Cardinal will come in with some of their top scorer in Oscar da Silva who led Stanford against USC in their last game with 21 points what does Cal head coach Mark Fox and Cal need to do to shut da Silva’s game down.

#4 After beating the Washington schools two weeks ago is would that be something positive to look at going into the Stanford game?

#5 Some critics say Cal is missing a lot in talent talk about Mark Fox’s needs and can they look forward to recruiting for next season

Catch Cal Bears podcasts with Morris on Mondays and Michael on Thursdays at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

 

A tale of two halves: USC prevails over Cardinal in OT 82-78

gostanford.com photo: The USC Trojan’s Nick Rakocevic (31) is surrounded by the Stanford Cardinals’ Jaiden Declaire (11) and Oscar Da Silva (13) on Saturday night at USC

By Daniel Dullum
Sports Radio Service
Saturday, January 18, 2020

For the first 20 minutes, it was all Stanford in its Pac-12 men’s basketball game against Southern California. The last 20 minutes belonged to the Trojans.

Elijah Weaver made a 3-pointer to force overtime, as the Trojans rallied from a 21-point deficit to pull out an 82-78 win over the visiting Cardinal Saturday in Los Angeles.

The victory pulled the Trojans into a tie with Stanford for first place in the conference. It was USC’s ninth win in their last 10 games; they’re 8-1 at home this season.

Weaver also scored eight of his 13 points in overtime. Oneyka Okongwu scored 22 points to lead USC (15-3 overall, 4-1 Pac-12), followed by Jonah Mathews with 19 points and 11 from Ethan Anderson.

Okongwu also grabbed nine rebounds, as the Trojans held a 38-31 edge on the glass.

Oscar da Silva led the Cardinal with 21 points, and Spencer Jones was next with 18, followed by Tyrell Terry with 16 in Stanford’s first conference loss of the season.

Stanford (15-3, 4-1) led 69-64 with 33 seconds remaining in the second half after the Cardinal’s Lukas Kisunas converted a layup. USC responded with a layup by Okongwu with 11 seconds to play. After Stanford’s Daejon Davis committed a turnover on the inbound pass, Weaver hit an off-balance 3-pointer while being fouled by Davis.

Weaver didn’t get the rare four-point play, missing the free throw that would have given USC the lead in regulation.

In the opening 20 minutes, Stanford dominated, using a 7-0 run to take a 45-25 halftime lead. The Cardinal was 6 of 10 from behind the arc in the first half.

USC used a 15-2 run early in the second half to pull within 48-40. The Cardinal responded with a 9-2 run to go back up at 57-42 midway through the second half.

The Trojans launched another run, 12-1 burst to pull within 60-56 with 6:25 to play. An Anderson layup pulled USC to within 62-60 at 4:47 and picked up the pace defensively, forcing 17 Cardinal turnovers.

Stanford lost despite shooting 49 percent from the field (USC shot 40 percent).

The Cardinal take an eight-day break before visiting Cal on Jan. 26.

Stanford Cardinal basketball podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Cardinal on win streak roll face USC on Saturday

sportschatplace.com photo: UCLA and Stanford last met up last season before facing each other last night at Pauley Pavilion

On the Cardinal podcast with Jerry F:

#1 After that tough loss to Kansas (13-3) on Dec 29th the Stanford Cardinal (15-2) have turned tide with four straight wins over Cal (8-8), Washington (11-6), Washington State (10-7) and UCLA (8-8) they’ve been on fire.

#2 The Cardinal had three scorers in double figures last night at UCLA Tyrell Terry (24), Spencer Jones (14), and Bryce Wills (10)

#3 The win for Stanford at Pauley Pavilion marked the first time in 15 years that Stanford had won in that building

#4 The Bruins closed to within one point early in the second half, Stanford went on a 12-2 run to go up 50-39.

#5 Stanford goes after their next challenge and tip off against the USC (13-3) Trojans on Saturday night. The Trojans are no push over and are on a roll.

Jerry Feitleberg does the Stanford podcasts each Thursday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

Cardinal triumph at Pauley Pavilion for first time in 15 years 74-59

sfgate.com photo: Stanford forward Oscar da Silva shoots around UCLA forward Jalen Hill during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Los Angeles, Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2020.

By Daniel Dullum
Sports Radio Service
Wednesday, January 15, 2020

For the first time in 15 years, Stanford has won a men’s basketball game at Pauley Pavilion in Los Angeles.

Tyrell Terry scored a career-high 24 points for the Cardinal in their 74-59 Pac-12 victory over UCLA Wednesday. It was Stanford’s first win over the Bruins at Pauley since 2003-04, and its first conference road win of the season.

Terry was 6 of 13 from the field, including 4 of 7 on 3-pointers. He was also 8 of 10 at the free throw line.

Spencer Jones added 14 points for the Cardinal (15-2 overall, 4-0 Pac-12), which has won three straight conference games, and eight of their last nine.

Leading the Bruins was Jaime Jaquez Jr. with 15 points, followed by Jalen Hill with 14 points and 12 rebounds. The Bruins (8-9, 1-3) are in the midst of their second three-game losing streak of the season.

UCLA had won 13 straight home games against Stanford since 2005-06.

After the Bruins closed to within one point early in the second half, Stanford went on a 12-2 run to go up 50-39.

The Cardinal’s Oscar da Silva – who was averaging 16.5 points – scored only six points, plagued by four personal fouls.

Stanford opened the game with an 18-9 run, connecting on 7 of 10 shots while the Bruins missed seven of their first 10 attempts.

But UCLA put together runs of 9-0 and 11-0 to take its first lead at 29-22. At one point during the 20-4 scoring run, the Bruins had seven different players score.

The Cardinal regrouped and forged an 11-2 run to end the first half leading 33-31.

Stanford shot 51 percent (24-47), including 8-17 on 3-pointers. UCLA made 21 of 53 field goals (39.6 percent) and was 5 of 16 behind the arc.

Stanford continues its road trip on Saturday, visiting Southern California.

Cardinal continues Pac-12 dominance over Cougars 88-62

gostanford.com photo: The Stanford Cardinal bench erupts as the Cardinal were victorious over the Washington State Cougars at Maples Pavilion Saturday night

By Daniel Dullum
Sports Radio Service
Saturday, January 11, 2020

Stanford continued its dominance over Washington State in Pac-12 men’s basketball on Saturday, as the Cardinal romped to an 88-62 win over the visiting Cougars at Maples Pavilion.

Freshman Tyrell Terry popped in a season-high 22 points and grabbed six rebounds, as the Cardinal (14-2 overall, 3-0 Pac-12) beat WSU for seventh time in eight meetings. The Cougars have lost three of four games to open league play after a six-game nonconference winning streak.

Washington State last won at Stanford in 2011, and the Cougars’ losing streak against the Cardinal goes back to Jan. 31, 2015, when WSU edged Stanford 89-88 in Pullman, Wash.

Carlos da Silva added 15 points – all in the first half – and Isaac White scored 11 points while Bryce Wills chipped in with 10. Though da Silva was 7 of 8 from the field, he didn’t see much action in the second half due to foul trouble.

Isaac Bonton led the Cougars (10-7, 1-3) with 15 points; it was Bonton’s sixth straight game of double-figure scoring. Daron Henson was next for WSU with 12 points, including 4 of 6 on 3-pointers, and Jeff Pollard pulled down a game-high 10 rebounds to go with eight points.

WSU’s CJ Elleby was held to single-digit scoring for the second time this season with a season-low six points. Elleby missed his first seven shots.

Stanford jumped to a 46-18 halftime lead, eventually building a 59-26 lead early in the second half. The 18 points allowed in the first half was the Cardinal’s second-best effort of the season, next to the 16 points allowed to Maryland-Eastern Shore in November.

The Cardinal hit the road on Wednesday, traveling to UCLA. Next Saturday, Washington State will retire Klay Thompson’s No. 1 jersey when UCLA visits Pullman. Thompson, a starter on three NBA championship teams with Golden State, is the Cougars’ second all-time scoring leader (1,756 points).

Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Cardinal host Washington Huskies tonight at Maples in Pac 12 Conference action

gostanford.com photo: The Stanford Cardinal Tyrell Terry dribbles up the floor against the Cal Bears in the Pac 12 Conference game opener on Jan 2. The Cardinal host the Washington State Cougars tonight at Maple Pavilion

On the Cardinal podcast with Jerry F:

#1 Daejon Davis led the Stanford Cardinal (12-2) in scoring in Thu Jan 2nd’s game at Stanford in the Cardinal’s 68-52 win, talk about what Davis has meant to the Stanford offense.

#2 The Cardinal’s Tyrell Terry scored 14 points for second in scoring on Jan 2nd proving why the Cardinal have such a potent offense.

#3 The Cardinal are a consistent team and have won five of their last six games. The Cardinal head coach Jerod Haase has a lot of confidence in what this team can do.

#4 Oscar Da Silva saw some extra coverage scored only eight points but everyone is aware of what he can do with the basketball.

#5 Stanford hosts the Washington Huskies 11-4 tonight at Maples Pavilion the Huskies are a very offensive consistent team and have won four out of their last six games.

Join Jerry for the Cardinal podcasts each Thursday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

Cal Bears podcast with Morris Phillips: After Stanford debacle can Bears right the ship against Wazzu Thursday?

calbears.com photo: Grant Anticevich(15) who led the Cal Bears in scoring last Thursday takes the ball on offense at Maples Pavilion in Palo Alto

On the Cal Bears podcast with Morris:

#1 Like the headline said in your article regarding the Bears (6-8) offense from last Thursday’s game at Stanford (12-2) the Bears simply didn’t have a shot

#2 The two top scorers for Cal against Stanford were Grant Anticevich with 16 and Matt Bradley with 13

#3 It wasn’t even a contest as Stanford took it 68-52 for head coach Mark Fox lots of Xs and Os but trying to get any kind of inside game on the Cardinal seemed to prove fruitless

#4 The Cardinal forced 18 turnovers and the Bears just couldn’t recover from something like that

#5 Pac 12 Conference play continues this Thursday night as Washington State (10-5) comes to Haas Pavilion can the Bears get back in the win column against the Cougars?

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

Davis leads Cardinal to win over Cal in Pac-12 opener 68-52

By Daniel Dullum
Sports Radio Service
Thursday, January 2, 2020

Stanford took advantage of a poor shooting night for California Thursday, as the Cardinal won their Pac-12 men’s basketball conference opener 68-52 over the Golden Bears at Maples Pavilion.

Cal (6-7 overall, 0-1 Pac-12) shot 32 percent (18 of 57) – including 4 of 15 from 3-point range. The Golden Bears lost despite having a 35-28 rebounding edge.

Forward Daejon Davis continued his strong season for Stanford (11-2 overall, 1-0 Pac-12), hitting 7 of 15 from the field, along with 3 of 6 3-pointers, for a game-high and season-high 20 points. He also had three steals, five assists and six rebounds.

Tyrell Terry was next in the Cardinal scoring column with 14 points, including 3 of 4 behind the arc. Jaden Delaire and Oscar da Silva each added eight points for Stanford.

The Cardinal made only two of its first 12 shots before making 11 of their next 19 attempts, a run that was capped by a Delaire 3-pointer with four seconds to play in the first half. Stanford led 32-21 at the break.

Defensively, the Cardinal held the Bears’ top two scorers – Matt Bradley and Kareem South – to a combined 2 of 17 floor shooting for eight points by the early stages of the second half. Bradley led Cal with 13 points.

One area of concern for Stanford is turnovers. The Cardinal have averaged 13.7 turnovers through their first nine games before committing 19 miscues in their previous four games.

The win snapped a streak of three losses in conference openers, and put Stanford back on the winning track after suffering a 72-56 home loss after winning its first eight games at Maples Pavilion.

Stanford has a week off before hosting Washington next Thursday.