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Why Oregon women’s basketball earned the No.1 preseason ranking

Why Oregon women’s basketball earned the No.1 preseason ranking

Two words: Sabrina Ionescu.

In arguably the most highly anticipated season of Oregon women’s basketball, the Ducks have some “unfinished business” to take care of this upcoming season and sit at No. 1 in the preseason NCAA Power 10.

Led by the reigning Wooden Award and Wade Trophy winner for the most outstanding player in college basketball, Ionescu, the Ducks return with firepower, fresh talent, and a chip on their shoulders. Following a 72-67 loss to Baylor in the Final Four last season, Ionescu decided to forgo the 2019 WNBA Draft (as the projected No. 1 pick) and return to Oregon for her senior season. This sparked a chain reaction of good news for the Ducks in Eugene. Recruits including Jaz Shelley (Australia National Team), Holly Winterburn (Great Britain National Team) and transfers Sedona Prince (the 6-foot-7 Texas transfer who was rated the No. 8 recruit in 2018) and Minyon Moore (senior transfer from USC) all saw what the program was building and wanted to be apart of it. 

Here’s what Michelle Smith of the NCAA had to say about Oregon:

1. Oregon

Ionescu came back to Eugene because she wanted to win a title. With Ruthy Hebard, Satou Sabally and Erin Boley back as well, Oregon is the undisputed preseason favorite.

The Ducks absorbed a big blow this summer when Sabally’s younger sister, Nyara, sustained another ACL injury that will likely keep her out of the 2019-20 season.

The only other question mark is who replaces Maite Carzola at point guard. Meanwhile, Ionescu has the chance to become the first player in NCAA women's basketball history to reach career totals of 2,000+ points, 1,000+ assists and 1,000+ rebounds.


The injury to redshirt freshman Nyara Sabally is heartbreaking since she sat out last season too (injury). Duck fans are longing to see both Sabally sisters take the floor and that thought just may keep junior Satou Sabally back in Eugene for her senior season season (projected No. 3 pick in the 2020 WNBA Draft).

Replacing Maite Cazorla won’t be easy. The four-year starter for the Ducks was selected 23rd overall (second round) by the Atlanta Dream in the 2019 WNBA Draft. Senior transfer from USC Minyon Moore just may step into that role with her leadership ability as well as sophomore Taylor Chavez (who now has one year of collegiate basketball under her belt). 

Preseason Top 10 (2-10):

2. Baylor

3. Stanford

4. Texas A&M

5. Maryland

6. Oregon State

7. Connecticut

8. Mississippi State

9. South Carolina

10. UCLA

The Ducks held their first practice of the season on Monday, September 30 and will open up the 2019-20 season against Northeastern University on Monday, November 11 at home in Eugene, OR. The AP Preseason Top 25 will be released later this month.

Three takeaways from Oregon Women’s Basketball Pac-12 schedule

Three takeaways from Oregon Women’s Basketball Pac-12 schedule

Fresh off a Final Four run, the Oregon women’s basketball program is entering the 2019 season as a strong favorite to win the national title. The Ducks have elevated their standard and discarded its “newbie” title among the nation’s elite.

Now, there is only one thing left to do… Win it all. But first, Oregon has to take care of business in the Pac-12 Conference. On Thursday, the Pac-12 released its finalized regular season game times and TV networks. Here are three takeaways from the Ducks’ 2019-20 season schedule.


Oregon will take on defending Pac-12 Tournament Champion Stanford twice this season, both broadcasted by ESPN. The battles between the Pac-12 Regular Season Champion Ducks and the Cardinal tip of on Jan. 16 in Eugene and at Feb. 24 at Stanford.


For the first time, all 108 Pac-12 Conference matchups will be televised, 104 of which will air on Pac-12 Networks. Oregon’s games vs. Stanford and at Corvallis against rival Oregon State, who is coming off a Sweet 16 appearance, will be televised by ESPN on Jan. 26.


Out of the Ducks' 12 total non-conference opponents, five were NCAA Tournament teams a year ago: UConn, Louisville, South Dakota State, Syracuse and Kansas State.

Oregon returns most of its team including rising stars Satou Sabally, Erin Boley, Nyara Sabally and a very-determined Sabrina Ionescu, who opted to stay at Oregon with one more accolade in mind; a national championship.

Three Ducks are projected to go in the first round of the 2020 WNBA draft, with Ionescu picked to be the No. 1 selection, according to ESPN.

But first, the back-to-back Pac-12 Conference regular season champions have unfinished business.

Three Ducks projected in Top-10 of 2020 WNBA Draft

Three Ducks projected in Top-10 of 2020 WNBA Draft

On April 6, 2018, Oregon women’s basketball star Sabrina Ionescu announced to the world that she would forgo the 2019 WNBA Draft and return to the University of Oregon for her senior season. In a letter she wrote to Ducks Nation in The Players’ Tribune, Ionescu said “And WNBA — I’ll see you soon. Real soon, I promise. Just have some business to take care of first.”

That “soon” gave us an exact date yesterday. On Tuesday, the WNBA held its lottery for the 2020 Draft and with that, the draft order and first mock draft.

As the projected No. 1 pick in the 2020 WNBA Draft, Ionescu just may be headed for the Big Apple come next April with the New York Liberty getting that first pick.

Ionescu 2018-2019 stats: 19.9 PPG, 7.4 RPG, 8.2 APG.

Along with Ionescu, two other Ducks were projected as Top-10 picks in the 2020 WNBA Draft. 

Satou Sabally is projected to be selected No. 3 overall to the Indiana Fever. But the 6-foot-4 junior forward will have the choice to forgo the draft and return for her senior season, just like Ionescu. She just may want to play one season of college hoops with her younger sister Nyara Sabally, who will have to miss this upcoming season with an ACL injury.

Sabally 2018-19 stats: 16.6 PPG, 6.2 RPG

The third Duck projected to be selected is Ruthy Hebard, No. 7 overall to the Seattle Storm. The 6-foot-4 senior forward was second in the country last season in field goal percentage (67%) and is just a monster down low on both ends of the court. When she gets the ball down low, she rarely misses. An excellent screener and rebounder, Hebard just may stay in the PNW come April.

Hebard 2018-19 stats: 16.1 PPG, 9.1 RPG

Breakdown: 10 takeaways from Oregon men's basketball 2019-20 schedule

Breakdown: 10 takeaways from Oregon men's basketball 2019-20 schedule

Fresh off a sweet 16 run, the countdown is on for Ducks tipoff! Oregon men’s basketball’s 2019-20 schedule is finalized and here are 10 takeaways about the Ducks and the Pac-12 Conference.

1. Thursdays and Sundays just became your Oregon men’s basketball days

Once the Ducks begin Pac-12 play at Colorado on Thursday, Jan. 2, 16 of Oregon’s 18 games are played on a Thursday or Saturday. The two games Oregon plays on Sunday are at UCLA on Sunday, Jan. 26 and vs. Utah on Sunday, Feb. 26.

2. Changes are coming

This is the last 18-game conference schedule rotation. In May, the Pac-12 announced that it will transition to a 20-game schedule beginning with the 2020-21 season.

3. Circle you calendars for these ones

Defending Pac-12 Tournament champions Oregon vs. Pac-12 regular season champions Washington meet in the third week. The Ducks visit the Huskies in their lone matchup of the season on Saturday, Jan. 18. On Thursday, Jan. 2, the Ducks will look to win their first ever game at Colorado in their season opener. 

4. Welcome to the Pac-12

For the first time since 2014-15, three head coaches will make their Pac-12 debuts this season (California’s Mark Fox, UCLA’s Mick Cronin and Washington State’s Kyle Smith).

5. Early expectations

Five Pac-12 teams – Arizona, Colorado, Oregon, USC and Washington – appear on several national media outlets’ early top 25 rankings for the 2019-20 campaign.

6. Viva Las Vegas

The Pac-12 Tournament returns for its fourth year at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas from March 11-14, 2020.

7. Tough from the start

The Ducks will face eight teams in nonconference play that played in the postseason last season, including four NCAA Tournament teams in Houston, Michigan, Seton Hall and Montana.

8. Back in Matthew Knight Arena

Oregon’s Pac-12 home opener is Jan. 9 against Arizona, followed by Arizona State on Jan. 11.

9. A home-heavy tail end

Oregon will play five of its last seven games at home for the first time since 2015-16.

10. Television partners are finalized

Oregon will be featured in 18 national broadcasts by either the ESPN family of networks, CBS or Fox and FS1 during the 2019-20 season.

Bonus: Pac-12 after dark

Four of Oregon’s nine Pac-12 home games are set to begin at 8 p.m.

[READ: Oregon men's basketball: Reloaded and better than ever?]

Oregon basketball non-conference schedule highlighted by Houston, Memphis, Michigan

Oregon basketball non-conference schedule highlighted by Houston, Memphis, Michigan

The 2019-20 Oregon men's basketball team is reloaded and possibly better than ever

The Ducks have 11 eligible players and are brimming with fresh, elite talent. Oregon’s 2019 recruiting class finished fourth in the country, first in the Pac-12 Conference and second-best all-time for the program, according to 247sports. 

Hopefully the team buys into Oregon coach Dana Altman's plan sooner rather than later, as UO's non-conference schedule is challenging from the start. 

[RELATED: Ducks to open with Seton Hall in Battle 4 Atlantis]


The Oregon men’s basketball team will host 2019 NCAA Sweet Sixteen team Houston at Matthew Knight Arena this season, and will also face Michigan and Memphis, in addition to a loaded field in the Bad Boy Mowers Battle 4 Atlantis, during the non-conference slate.

In total, the Ducks will play eight games against teams that advanced to the postseason a year ago.

“It’s a very challenging non-conference schedule that we are looking forward to,” said head coach Dana Altman. “Just about every team is coming off a good year and is expected to challenge for a conference title, so we are going to have our hands full. But it is an exciting schedule.”

Oregon will open the season by hosting the first ever Green and Yellow game on Oct. 30, where the squad will be divided into two teams for an intersquad scrimmage.

The defending Pac-12 Tournament champions begin regular season play with back-to-back games against teams from the Mountain West Conference at Matthew Knight Arena. The regular season opener is Nov. 5 versus Fresno State, followed by Boise State on Nov. 9.

Oregon will play Memphis, which has assembled the No. 1-ranked recruiting class in the nation under new coach Penny Hardaway, in the Phil Knight Invitational Nov. 12 at the Moda Center in Portland.

The Ducks then host UT-Arlington (Nov. 17) and Houston (Nov. 22) before heading to Paradise Island, Bahamas, for the Battle 4 Atlantis, where all eight teams in the field played in the 2019 postseason.

Following that tournament, Oregon will host Hawaii on Dec. 7 and make a road trip to Ann Arbor, Mich., to play the Wolverines on Dec. 14.

Michigan will return the game to Matthew Knight Arena next year, when the Ducks will also host Baylor; Oregon played in Waco, Texas, last season.

The Ducks close out December at home against Montana (Dec. 18), Texas Southern (Dec. 21) and Alabama State (Dec. 29).

In addition to Houston, Michigan (Sweet Sixteen), Seton Hall, Montana and potential Battle 4 Atlantis foes Gonzaga (Elite Eight), North Carolina (Sweet Sixteen) and Iowa State advanced to the NCAA Tournament last season.

Memphis and Alabama, which is in the Battle 4 Atlantis, both played in the NIT in 2019. Texas Southern advanced to the CIT semifinals, while potential Battle 4 Atlantis opponent Southern Miss played in the CBI.

Oregon’s Pac-12 schedule, along with times and broadcast information for all games, will be announced next month.

2019-20 University of Oregon Men’s Basketball Non-Conference Schedule

DATE                           OPPONENT                                   LOCATION

Wed., Oct. 30           GREEN & YELLOW SCRIMMAGE     EUGENE, ORE.

Tues., Nov. 5             FRESNO STATE                              EUGENE, ORE.

Sat., Nov. 9               BOISE STATE                                  EUGENE, ORE.

Phil Knight Invitational

Tues., Nov. 12          MEMPHIS                                       PORTLAND, ORE.

Sun., Nov. 17            UT-ARLINGTON                             EUGENE, ORE.

Fri., Nov. 22              HOUSTON                                      EUGENE, ORE.


Bad Boy Mowers Battle 4 Atlantis

Wed., Nov. 27          vs. Seton Hall                                Paradise Island, Bahamas

Thurs., Nov. 28         vs. Gonzaga/Southern Miss       Paradise Island, Bahamas

Fri., Nov. 29              vs. TBA                                           Paradise Island, Bahamas

Sat., Dec. 7                HAWAII                                          EUGENE, ORE.

Sat., Dec. 14             at Michigan                                   Ann Arbor, Mich.

Wed., Dec. 18           MONTANA                                     EUGENE, ORE.

Sat., Dec. 21             TEXAS SOUTHERN                        EUGENE, ORE.

Sun., Dec. 29            ALABAMA STATE                          EUGENE, ORE.

Oregon men's basketball: Reloaded and better than ever?

Oregon men's basketball: Reloaded and better than ever?

Just a few months ago when forward Kenny Wooten, forward Louis King and center Bol Bol declared for the NBA draft and Oregon’s roster was comprised of six scholarship players, it appeared UO was plunging towards a rebuilding season. Now, the Ducks have 11 eligible players and are brimming with fresh, elite talent.

Oregon’s 2019 recruiting class finished fourth in the country, first in the Pac-12 Conference and second-best all-time for the program, according to 247Sports rankings.

Oregon coach Dana Altman has built a reputation as a transfer wizard and an elite roster builder. His history of accumulating talent to buy into his vision and click at the right time has resulted in two regular season Pac-12 Conference championships (2016, 2017), three Pac-12 tournament championships (2013, 2016, 2019) and NCAA tournament success (including a Final Four run in 2017).

Altman’s 2019-2020 roster is turning heads around the college basketball world and in Las Vegas, Nevada. According to the Westgate Superbook, the Oregon basketball team is currently 10/1 odds to make the 2020 Final Four and at 40/1 odds to win the 2020 NCAA Tournament.

Booking flights to the Final Four? You’ve got some new names to learn. Here is a look at the Ducks' roster, which includes only three returners: point guard Payton Pritchard, guard Will Richardson and center Francis Okoro.

The fresh faces eligible to play right away:

Five-star center N’Faly Dante

The 2020 class 6-foot-11 big man reclassified into the 2019 recruiting class and chose Oregon over Kentucky. With a 7-foot-5 wingspan, Dante is an excellent shot blocker and finishes with force at the rim. Oregon needed another center along with Okoro and Dante fills the missing piece.

Four-star shooting guard Addison Patterson

The 6-foot-6 Canadian prospect also reclassified to 2019 recruiting class after spending this past year at Bella Vista Prep. His intensity and competitiveness have been compared to former Duck Dillon Brooks. A solid shooter, Patterson is able to create his own shot and wants to be the next big Canadian star.

No. 1 junior college prospect guard Chris Duarte

The Northwest Florida State College guard was selected as the NJCAA National Player of the Year. The 6-foot-6 sophomore is the third Duck to receive the honor during Altman’s tenure, joining Chris Boucher and Kavell Bigby-Williams.

Five-star forward CJ Walker

The 6-foot-8 forward from Orlando committed to Oregon in November over LSU and Miami. Walker could be Oregon’s next exhilarating shot blocker. Also, you may have seen this stunning dunk.

Four-star forward Chandler Lawson

The 6-foot-8 combo forward picked the Ducks over offers from Kansas, Ole Miss and Georgia Tech. His length, elite defense and ability to create turnovers will be crucial for Oregon this season.

Three-star forward Lök Wur

The 6-foot-9 forward from Papillion, Nebraska originally was heading towards junior college because of academic eligibility issues. When the NCAA declared him eligible in June, 20 scholarship offers flooded in. Wur chose Oregon. His evolving offensive game and length are an asset.

New Mexico guard Anthony Mathis

The 6-foot-3, 175-pound guard was basically the splash bro of New Mexico. He set a program record with 106 made three pointers on 41.6 percent shooting from beyond the arc. Mathis is also high school teammate of Pritchard’s, they won three 6A Oregon state basketball titles together at West Linn High School.

UNLV wing Shakur Juiston

Previously the national JUCO Player of the Year, 6-foot-7 Juiston was injured last season. He (and his rebounding) will be immediately available for Oregon as he was granted a medical waiver for his fifth year.

The pieces are in place for another excited and winning season for the Ducks. Altman’s ability to bring a team together to find chemistry will surely be tested. The sooner the new Ducks buy in, the better for Oregon basketball.

REPORT: Oregon men’s basketball signs 5-star center N’Faly Dante

REPORT: Oregon men’s basketball signs 5-star center N’Faly Dante

Dana Altman does it again. His mighty recruiting powers have struck with the signing of five-star recruit N’Faly Dante. The 6-foot-11, 230-pound center from Sunrise Christian Academy (Kansas) chose Altman and Oregon over Kentucky, LSU, Kansas and Oklahoma State, among others. 

Dante was ranked the No. 12 overall player in the 2020 class and No. 3 center. He will reclassify and join Oregon for the 2019-2020 season, meaning he's available to play this season. 

In a letter to The Players’ Tribune, Dante explains writes a letter to him mom who is home in Mali.

Read the letter and you can feel just how close he and his mom are and when it came to his decision on where he would attend college, Dante made it very clear to her how much of an impact she was in his thought process.

“Throughout this process it’s been important to me to choose a place that I know you’d be proud of. A place where I will get a strong education and that has a family atmosphere. I’ve put a lot of thought into it, and I’m excited to tell you that next year I’m going to be attending college and playing basketball at the University of Oregon.

Oregon has a program that reflects a lot of the values you taught me when I was growing up. And I hope that someday I get to show you around Eugene. It’s beautiful there!”

Dante explains more in this letter to his mom that someday he will take her to this great restaurant called Chipotle. And he says that if you pay a little more, you can get this stuff called guacamole. 

Dante joins five-star SF CJ Walker, four-star SF Chandler Lawson, three-star C Isaac Johnson, three-star SG Chris Duarte (JUCO), and three-star PFr Lok Wur for the 2019 incoming class.

The Ducks now land at No. 8 in the preseason Top-25 rankings with the Dante signing.

Oregon returns Payton Pritchard, Will Richardson, Francis Okoro, Luke Osborn and Will Johnson next season. 

Last season, Oregon’s Pac-12 tournament victory gave them an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament and a Sweet 16 run that ended in a close loss to the eventual National Champions Virginia Cavaliers. 

Can Oregon repeat this upcoming season with so many new faces? The talent is there, yes, and now Altman can do what Altman does best: put them altogether in a way that very few can see coming. 

Five takeaways from the 2019-20 Oregon men's basketball schedule

Five takeaways from the 2019-20 Oregon men's basketball schedule

The Pac-12 Conference released the schedule for the 2019-20 men's basketball season. Coming off a run to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16, the Ducks currently have just eight players eligible to play, led by star point guard Payton Pritchard and two returners from last season's team; Francis Okoro and Will Richardson.

A few takeaways from Oregon's schedule;

-Oregon will host USC and UCLA, but won’t make a return trip to Los Angeles as part of this year’s rotation.

-Oregon travels to Washington and Washington State and will also meet just once. 

-A home-heavy tail end; Oregon will play five of its last seven games at home for the first time since 2015-16.

-Mark your calendars! The Pac-12 Tournament, which Oregon won over Washington last season, will be held at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas March 11-14.

-Things are changing; Next season, the conference moves to a 20-game conference schedule, which includes 10 pairings instead of nine. 

[RELATED: Ducks to open with Seton Hall in Battle 4 Atlantis]

From the UO Athletic Department:

Oregon will play five of its last seven Pac-12 men’s basketball games at home in 2019-20.

The conference announced the Pac-12 pairings for the 2019-20 season on Monday.

Oregon will open the league season at the mountain schools, Colorado and Utah, the weekend of Jan. 4.

The Ducks’ Pac-12 home opener will come a week later against Arizona and Arizona State.

The only regular season meetings between Oregon and the Washington schools comes the weekend of Jan. 18, when Oregon treks to Seattle and Pullman.

The Ducks return to Matthew Knight Arena to host UCLA and USC the weekend of Jan. 25. Oregon will not play in Los Angeles this year.

Then it’s three-straight road games for the Ducks with California and Stanford in the Bay Area the weekend of Feb. 1 and a trip to Corvallis the weekend of Feb. 8.

After the Civil War, the schedule flips with five-of-seven games at Matthew Knight Arena.

Colorado and Utah are in town the weekend of Feb. 15.

The Ducks make their final road trip of the year to Arizona and ASU the weekend of Feb. 22.

The 2019-20 regular season wraps with OSU visiting Eugene the weekend of Feb. 29 followed by Cal and Stanford the weekend of March 7.

This will be the first time since the 2015-16 season that the Ducks will play five of their last seven games at home.

The 2019 Pac-12 Tournament will be held March 11-14 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Monday’s announcement reflects the games being played and the home/away designations each week of the Pac-12 regular season. Specific dates and times for each game within a week will be announced later this summer after selections by the league’s television partners are finalized. All 108 Conference games will be televised by either Pac-12 Network, ESPN/2/U, FOX/FS1 or CBS.

Oregon’s 2019-20 non-conference schedule will also be released in the coming weeks.

Some non-conference dates previously announced include Memphis in the Phil Knight Invitational Nov. 12 at the Moda Center in Portland, the Battle for Atlantis Nov. 27-29 in the Bahamas and a road game at Michigan on Dec. 14.

This will be the final season that teams will play an 18-game Pac-12 schedule. The conference announced this past May that it will transition to a 20-game league schedule beginning with the 2020-21 season.

Ducks to open with Seton Hall in Battle 4 Atlantis

Ducks to open with Seton Hall in Battle 4 Atlantis

From the Oregon Athletic Department-

Oregon will face Seton Hall in the opening round of the 2019 Bad Boy Mowers Battle 4 Atlantis tournament on Nov. 27 in the Imperial Arena.

The winner of the game between the Ducks and the Pirates will meet the winner of Gonzaga-Southern Miss in the semifinals on Nov. 28, with the championship on Nov. 29.

First-round pairings on the other side of the bracket include Michigan-Iowa State and North Carolina-Alabama.

The only previous meeting between Oregon and Seton Hall resulted in one of the more memorable games of the 2000 NCAA Tournament. After Oregon took a 71-70 lead in overtime, the Pirates’ Shaheen Holloway drove the length of the floor and made a bank shot with 1.9 seconds remaining that gave the Hall a 72-71 win.

The Battle 4 Atlantis pairing pits a pair of 2019 NCAA Tournament teams against each other. Led by Pac-12 Tournament most outstanding player Payton Pritchard, the Ducks (25-13) won 10 games in a row to close the season – including the Pac-12 Tournament – before falling to eventual national champion Virginia in the Sweet 16. The Pirates return nine of their top 10 scorers from a team that went 20-14 a year ago and lost to Wofford, 84-68, in the NCAA First Round.

This will be the Ducks’ first appearance in the Battle 4 Atlantis.

NBA Summer League important for seven former Ducks

NBA Summer League important for seven former Ducks

Seven former Oregon basketball players are headed to Las Vegas for NBA Summer League. For a few Ducks, the single-elimination tournament is an important chance to make way into the NBA and for some, it’s a shot to extend NBA careers

Former Ducks on Summer League rosters

Louis King (Detroit)

King and the Detroit Pistons agreed to a two-way contract after going undrafted in the 2019 NBA Draft. King was widely expected to be drafted in the second round, but can still can make a pretty penny and develop into an NBA talent with the Pistons.

WATCH: Detroit vs. Croatia / Noon Friday/ ESPN3

WATCH: Detroit vs. Portland / 12:30 Saturday / ESPNU

Kenny Wooten (New York)

Wooten will join the third-overall selection, RJ Barrett, and try to make an impression during Summer League. The tournament acts as an audition for the former Duck, who is hoping for a chance to make the main roster in training camp. The Knicks, at 8-1, are favorites to win the Summer League Championship.

WATCH: New York vs. New Orleans / 6:30 PM Friday / ESPN

WATCH: New York (KW) vs. Phoenix / 6:30 PM Sunday/ ESPN

Chris Boucher (Toronto)

Boucher added two accomplishments to his resume this season; reigning NBA champion and G-League MVP. He appeared in 28 games with the Raptors and has one year left on his deal. A dominant performance in Las Vegas would go a long way in proving to the franchise that his G-League production will translate to the NBA.

WATCH: Toronto vs. Golden State / 9 PM Saturday / ESPN

WATCH: Toronto vs. San Antonio / 4 PM Monday/ ESPNU

Troy Brown (Washington)

The youngest player taken in the 2018 NBA Draft and former first-round pick enters his second season coming off of a strong final stretch of his rookie season. Brown earned consistent rotation minutes the final two months of the season. In his final 15 games, Brown averaged 9.1 points and 5.2 rebounds in 27.5 minutes per game on 45.5% shooting and 35.0% from 3-point range. Summer League will be a great opportunity for Brown to show off his year one improvements.

WATCH: Washington vs. New Orleans / 7 PM  Saturday/ ESPN

WATCH: Washington vs. Brooklyn / 2:30 PM Monday/ ESPN3

Joseph Young (Los Angeles)

Young, who spent three seasons with the Pacers, is looking to earn another shot in the NBA after not playing in the league in 2018-19. He performed well in China last season.

WATCH: Lakers vs. Chicago / 4:30 PM Friday/ ESPN

WATCH: Lakers vs. Clippers / 4:30 PM Saturday/ ESPNU

MiKyle McIntosh (Indiana Pacers)

Currently, McIntosh is a member of the Hamilton Honey Badgers, a member of the newly founded Canadian Basketball League. McIntosh shined for Oregon in the 2017-18 season and is looking for an opportunity in the NBA.

WATCH: Indiana vs. Memphis / 4 PM Saturday / ESPN3

WATCH: Indiana vs. Detroit / 2 PM Monday / ESPNU

Elijah Brown (Washington)

Currently on the Grand Rapids Drive in the NBA G-League. The guard is the son of Mike Brown, former head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers and Cleveland Cavaliers, and NBA coach of the year in 2009.

WATCH: Washington vs. New Orleans / 7 PM  Saturday/ ESPN

WATCH: Washington vs. Brooklyn / 2:30 PM Monday/ ESPN3

Ducks not participating in Summer League

Bol Bol (Denver)

Dillon Brooks (Memphis)

Tyler Dorsey (free agent)

Jordan Bell (Minnesota)