NCAA Basketball

Harmon helps Oregon pick up fourth straight win, 68-60

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EUGENE, Ore. (AP) De'Vion Harmon had a season-high 21 points, Will Richardson scored all 12 of his in the final 10 minutes and Oregon defeated Stanford 68-60 on Thursday night for the Ducks' fourth straight win.

Harmon was 8-of-15 shooting with three 3-pointers. Richardson, the Pac-12's top 3-point percentage shooter going in at 46.7%, was only 3 of 14 from the field, including 1 of 8 from the arc, but came on late to help the Ducks (16-7, 9-3) hold off the Cardinal. N'Faly Dante also scored 12 points with seven rebounds.

Maxime Raynaud and Michael O'Connell scored 11 points each and Harrison Ingram and Brandon Angel had 10 apiece with Angel grabbing 10 rebounds for Stanford (14-10, 7-7), which has lost two straight. Jaiden Delaire, who averages 11 points a game and made a buzzer-beating 3-pointer in scoring 20 points in Stanford's 72-69 win over Oregon on Dec. 12, was scoreless in 19 minutes.

Oregon quickly extended an eight-point halftime lead when Dante finished an 8-2 half-opening run with an emphatic dunk. The Ducks didn't get another bucket for over six minutes but still had a five-point edge when Richardson scored midway through the half to end the drought.

Stanford's Raynaud cut the lead to three with a basket moments later, the closest the Cardinal would come. Ingram missed a 3-pointer with 35.6 seconds left that would have cut the lead to two. Richardson then made four straight free throws.

Harmon scored 12 points in the first half when Oregon led almost the entire way and took a 32-24 lead.

Both teams shot in the low 40s but Oregon made 13 of 15 free throws to 4 of 4 for the Cardinal, who had 17 turnovers.

Stanford is at Oregon State on Saturday. Oregon is host to Cal on Saturday.

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Updated February 10, 2022

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