Team Stats

  • Field Goal %

    • ORE50.9
    • 35.0KU
  • Three Point %

    • ORE44.0
    • 20.0KU
  • Turnovers

    • ORE13
    • 8KU
  • Rebounds

    • ORE36
    • 32KU

Game Information

Coverage: TBS
Sprint Center
  • Kansas City, Missouri 64999
  • Line: KU -6.5
  • Over/Under: 159
Randy McCall, Terry Oglesby, Ted Valentine
3/26/2017 Associated Press

Oregon beats KU; 1st Final Four since '39

Tyler Dorsey poured in 27 points, Dillon Brooks added 17 and plucky Oregon ended Kansas' romp through the NCAA Tournament with a 74-60 victory Saturday night.

12T
Oregon443074
Kansas332760

Game Flow

ORE
KU
0:00 - 2nd Half

ORE

74

KU

60

End of Game

Shot Chart

  • Tyler Dorsey missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Payton Pritchard made Layup.
  • Dillon Brooks missed Jumper.
  • Payton Pritchard missed Layup.
  • Tyler Dorsey made Three Point Jumper.
  • Kavell Bigby-Williams missed Layup.
  • Casey Benson missed Jumper.
  • Payton Pritchard missed Jumper.
  • Jordan Bell made Dunk. Assisted by Payton Pritchard.
  • Dillon Brooks made Jumper.
  • Dylan Ennis made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Dillon Brooks.
  • Casey Benson made Layup. Assisted by Dillon Brooks.
  • Dillon Brooks missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Jordan Bell made Jumper.
  • Tyler Dorsey made Jumper.
  • Tyler Dorsey missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Dylan Ennis missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Dylan Ennis made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Tyler Dorsey.
  • Dillon Brooks missed Jumper.
  • Tyler Dorsey made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Jordan Bell.
  • Tyler Dorsey made Three Point Jumper.
  • Dillon Brooks made Three Point Jumper.
  • Payton Pritchard missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Dillon Brooks missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Dillon Brooks made Three Point Jumper.
  • Kavell Bigby-Williams missed Jumper.
  • Dylan Ennis missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Jordan Bell made Dunk. Assisted by Dillon Brooks.
  • Tyler Dorsey made Three Point Jumper.
  • Dillon Brooks missed Jumper.
  • Casey Benson missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Tyler Dorsey missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Jordan Bell made Layup.
  • Josh Jackson missed Layup.
  • Frank Mason III made Layup.
  • Frank Mason III missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Lagerald Vick missed Jumper.
  • Lagerald Vick made Jumper. Assisted by Frank Mason III.
  • Lagerald Vick missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Frank Mason III made Jumper. Assisted by Josh Jackson.
  • Landen Lucas made Layup. Assisted by Josh Jackson.
  • Frank Mason III missed Layup.
  • Josh Jackson missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Frank Mason III missed Jumper.
  • Josh Jackson missed Jumper.
  • Dwight Coleby missed Jumper.
  • Lagerald Vick missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Devonte' Graham missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Frank Mason III made Jumper. Assisted by Landen Lucas.
  • Lagerald Vick missed Jumper.
  • Josh Jackson missed Jumper.
  • Josh Jackson made Jumper.
  • Frank Mason III missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Landen Lucas missed Dunk.
  • Josh Jackson made Layup.
  • Devonte' Graham missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk made Layup. Assisted by Frank Mason III.
  • Frank Mason III missed Layup.
  • Lagerald Vick missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Frank Mason III missed Three Point Jumper.

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