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Established
1926 (96 years old)

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Basketball

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Matthew Knight Arena
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Eugene, OR, USA

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NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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Upcoming Events
30 Jan 22 Oregon  -  Oregon State
04 Feb 22 Colorado  -  Oregon
05 Feb 22 Utah  -  Oregon
11 Feb 22 Oregon  -  Stanford
12 Feb 22 Oregon  -  California

Latest Results
26 Jan 22 Oregon  P - P  Colorado
24 Jan 22 Oregon  84 - 56  Washington
21 Jan 22 Oregon  P - P  Washington State
16 Jan 22 USC  69 - 79  Oregon
14 Jan 22 UCLA  81 - 84  Oregon

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The Oregon Ducks men's basketball team is an intercollegiate basketball program that competes in the NCAA Division I and is a member of the Pac-12 Conference, representing the University of Oregon. The Ducks play their home games at Matthew Knight Arena, which has a capacity of 12,364. Then coached by Howard Hobson, Oregon won the first NCAA men's basketball national championship in 1939. They again reached the Final Four in 2017 under head coach Dana Altman, marking the longest span between appearances in NCAA history (78 years). The Ducks have made the NCAA tournament sixteeen times, and have won six conference championships.

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The Matthew Knight Arena (MKA) is a 12,364-seat, multi-purpose arena in Eugene, Oregon, United States. It is home of the University of Oregon Ducks basketball teams, replacing McArthur Court. It is located on the east side of campus at the corner of Franklin Boulevard and Villard Street, a gateway to campus as people arrive from I-5. The arena was originally intended to be ready for the start of the 2010–11 basketball season, but instead opened for the men's basketball game against the USC Trojans on January 13, 2011. It is named for chief donor Phil Knight's son, Matthew Knight, who died at the age of 34 in a scuba diving accident. The arena cost $227 million and was designed as collaboration between TVA Architects of Portland and Ellerbe Becket of Kansas City, Missouri. Hoffman Construction Company of Portland was the general contractor.

The Ducks inaugurated the arena to a sold-out crowd on January 13, 2011, beating the USC Trojans, 68–62.

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