Louis King’s time at Oregon has come to a close. The freshman, who was an integral part of the Ducks’ run to Sweet 16, will head to the 2019 NBA Draft after declaring he will hire an agent on Friday afternoon.

SAN JOSE, Calif.  — Every year in the NCAA Tournament, Cinderellas take the stage and steal the nation’s heart. The underdogs win games they're not supposed to and make an impact in the Tournament people don’t see coming.

Oregon men’s basketball’s run into the NCAA Tournament begins with a familiar foe. The Ducks and the Wisconsin Badgers played in the second round of the Tournament in 2014 and 2015, but in 2019, the two programs face off in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday in San Jose, California.

The Oregon Ducks defeated the Washington Huskies 55-47 Saturday night in Seattle in the final game of the regular season. Oregon secured the sixth seed in the Pac-12 Tournament with the win and gave Washington its first home loss of the season.

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