Pac 12 Tournament 2012, Oregon vs. Colorado: Buffaloes Lead Ducks at Halftime 34-33

From the looks of the first minute it looked like No. 3 seed Oregon Ducks would be running away in this game by quick three pointers from E.J. Singler and Garrett Sims. Oregon would stretch the lead 10-4 before the Colorado Buffaloes called a quick time-out. Colorado slowly chipped away to tie it at 15, and from then on out Oregon and Colorado traded baskets back and forth to a 34-33 Buffalo lead.

Colorado shot 51.7% from the floor and went three for eight from three point range. Oregon's outside shots aren't falling in too easily going 4-15 behind the arc. Oregon shot 37% for the floor, but kept it close with 14 field goals to Colorado's 15. Colorado went with a small line-up for most of the game which led to a 21-12 rebounding edge for Oregon. Andre Robertson for Colorado and Tony Woods and Garrett Sims for Oregon lead all scorers with eight points. Both teams have six turnovers.

For more updates throughout the game on the Ducks, head to Addicted to Quack, and for updates on the Buffaloes, head to The Ralphie Report, and for more updates, follow SB Nation Seattle's StoryStream.

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