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2-1, 1st in Pac-12

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Reid Travis (26 points) and Isaac White (17) were solid as Stanford opened up the season with a 78-62 win against Cal Poly. White, a freshman from Australia, connected on all five of his three-point attempts.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Reid Travis led Stanford with 10 first-half points as the Cardinal built a 38-24 lead against Cal Poly in the first half of the season. Australian point guard Isaac White started and has been impressive in his debut. The freshman knocked down a pair of 3s and trailed only Travis with 8 points.

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7dJeff Borzello

Stanford's Okpala ruled out due to academics

Stanford freshman Kezie Okpala will sit out due to academics, he announced in a statement on Friday. Okpala was the highest-ranked prospect in Cardinal coach Jerod Haase's touted recruiting class.

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15dEdward Aschoff

Pac-12 preview: Talent, uncertainty will follow the league

The Pac-12's preseason favorites, Arizona and USC, have the talent to separate themselves in the league but must contend with the fallout of the FBI investigation that has rocked college basketball.

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36dKyle Bonagura

Pac-12 forms group to analyze hoops scandal

The Pac-12 is launching a task force to develop reform proposals in the wake of a federal bribery investigation that includes an assistant coach from USC.

Mike Schmitz ESPN 

In Palo Alto for Stanford practice. Nice blend of vets and young talent for the Cardinal under Jerod Haase. Daejon Davis, Kezie Okpala and Oscar Da Silva is an impressive young nucleus. Future is bright for Stanford.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 60 shooting guard Cormac Ryan committed to Stanford, source told ESPN.

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170dJeff Goodman

16-team PK80 event honoring Knight unveiled

The PK80, a two-tournament event that will honor Nike co-founder Phil Knight, could feature a matchup between potential preseason No. 1 Michigan State and defending national champion North Carolina in one of the title games.

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183dJeff Goodman

Don't sleep on Stanford next season

Dorian Pickens and the Cardinal will be the most experienced team in the Pac-12 in 2017-18. With a pair of top-50 recruits coming in, we expect significant improvement.

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230dJeff Borzello

Davis decommits from UW, picks Stanford

After being released from his letter of intent when the Washington Huskies fired head coach Lorenzo Romar, ESPN 100 guard Daejon Davis announced his commitment to Stanford on Saturday.

Follow Jon Samuelson's three-day odyssey to watch daughters play (0:26)

ESPN Stats and Information  

Stanford has a good track record with high draft picks. Since 1971, Cardinal players drafted No. 6 or higher have combined for 20 Pro Bowl appearances, four Super Bowl titles and two Pro Football Hall of Fame inductions. DE Solomon Thomas is currently projected as the No. 2 pick in Mel Kiper Jr.'s latest mock draft.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Arizona State's Obinna Oleka had a fast-break dunk opportunity at the end of his team's 98-88 overtime win over Stanford in the first round of the Pac-12 tourney. Bobby Hurley wouldn't let him dunk it. Oleka comes back to the bench, looks at Hurley, shakes his head and repeats: "Oh my gosh, oh my gosh." He wanted it.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Bobby Hurley tells his team: "Catch your breath, catch your breath" during timeout. Arizona State comes out on a 12-4 start in overtime. Wild game here in Las Vegas. T-Mobile Arena not packed but the crowd is enjoying this action.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

After the 11:03 mark of the second half, Stanford outscored Arizona State 23-11.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Michael Humphrey. Clutch. Overtime for Stanford-Arizona State.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Stanford storms back from double digit deficit against Arizona State, down 2 with 25.5 to play. PAC-12 tourney off to an exciting start with this finish.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Stanford was down by 14 points in the first half and 12 points earlier in the second half. Cut the lead to one with a rally. They've done a great job attacking Obinna Oleka (four fouls) and keeping him out of the post after halftime.

Team Stats

Points Per Game76.0Tied-188th
Rebounds Per Game42.0Tied-89th
Assists Per Game13.3Tied-194th
Points Allowed69.7Tied-156th

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Tournament History

Final Fours2
Tournament Record23-16
Championship Seasons1942
Tournament Appearances17