Former Oregon guard Addison Patterson finds new home at Nevada


*** This article has since been updated as of Thursday, October 29 at 3 PM (PT).


The 2020-21 Oregon men’s basketball team took another hit to the roster this upcoming season.

After just one season at Oregon, guard Addison Patterson is no longer on the Ducks roster.

The 6’6,"195-pound guard from Milton, Ontario appeared in 28 contests last season and looked to have a promising career ahead in Eugene, Oregon. 

Patterson averaged 4.6 points and 1.3 rebounds in 11.1 minutes per game last season. He shot 56.3% from the field and 35.7% from three-point range. But it was his defensive efforts that really shined last season, totaling 11 steals in 28 games.

The former four-star recruit reclassified from the class of 2020 into the class of 2019 to join the Ducks last season. 

On October 29, Jon Rothstein of CBS reported that Patterson has committed to the Nevada Wolfpack.

Here’s what the Oregon roster looks like for the 2020-2021 season without Patterson, C.J. Walker (transfer) and Francis Okoro (transfer):


  • Will Richardson
  • Jalen Terry
  • Eddy Ionescu
  • Chris Duarte
  • Gabe Reichle (younger brother of Oregon State men’s basketball senior Zach Reichle)
  • Amauri Hardy
  • Aaron Estrada
  • Luke Osborn
  • Will Johnson


  • Eugene Omoruyi
  • Chandler Lawson
  • Lok Wur
  • LJ Figueoa (also can play guard)
  • Eric Williams Jr.


  • N’Faly Dante

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