The Oregon Ducks will not have starting point guard Dominic Artis for at least two more games, according to head coach Dana Altman. Artis missed Saturday's game with a foot injury, and it was determined by the staff on Tuesday that he would be on the sidelines as UO looks to continue their perfect run in Pac-12 play against California and Stanford.
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"He's out this week for sure," Altman said in this CBS Sports report. "My guess is he'll miss anywhere from three to five games."
The freshman is averaging 10.8 points, 3.8 assists and 2.5 rebounds a game this season.
Oregon, which moved up to a four seed in the latest edition of SB Nation's Bracketology, has won their last nine games. With a two-game lead over Arizona, Arizona State and UCLA in the Pac-12 standings, the Ducks are currently the favorites to win the conference. The loss of Artis will make things tougher for the Ducks moving forward, but there is still plenty of talent remaining on the roster.
The Ducks are set to play Stanford on Wednesday night at 11 p.m. ET.