No. 23 Oregon vs. Stanford final score: Ducks cruise at home, 77-66

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The Oregon Ducks won their fourth game in five tries with a 77-66 victory over Stanford at home on Saturday night.

No. 23 Oregon won for the fourth time in five games Saturday night, defeating the Stanford Cardinal 77-66 at home.

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Arsalan Kazemi was solid for the Ducks on both ends, scoring 15 points and grabbing five steals to frustrate Stanford all night. He also had seven rebounds.

Oregon also forced a total of 17 Cardinal turnovers. Johnathan Lloyd had 15 points and a game-high nine assists for the Ducks.

Stanford was led in points by Dwight Powell, who had 16, and in rebounds by Josh Huestis, who pulled down 11.

Powell, Husetis (12 points) and Chasson Randle (12 points) combined for the majority of the Cardinal's points, while Oregon was led by 19 from Carlos Emory off the bench.

With the win, Oregon remains in a tie with Arizona for first place in the Pac-12. The Wildcats beat Washington State on Saturday, 73-56.

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