(Berkeley, CA) -- Roman Silva scored 15 points to help Oregon State hold off Cal to win 59-57 in Berkeley. Ethan Thompson added 12 points and Jarod Lucas had 10 in the win. The Beavers improve to 12-and-11 and visit Stanford tomorrow.
(Stanford, CA) -- Oregon drew two fouls in the final nine seconds to clip Stanford 71-68 on the road. Chris Duarte led with 24 points while Eugene Omoruyi put up 12 points and 10 rebounds. The Ducks jump to 15-and-5 and visit Cal tomorrow.
(Los Angeles, CA) -- The Trail Blazers are in Los Angeles tonight to face off with LeBron James and the Lakers. Portland will look to end its three game skid that dropped it to 18-and-13. The Lakers are 22-and-11.
(Tucson, AZ) -- TJ Bamba was just on of two Washington State players to score in double digits with 12 as the Cougars were dropped by Arizona 69-53 in Tucson. Dishon Jackson added 10 points in the loss. Wazzu will play its last two games at Arizona State starting tomorrow.
(Tempe, AZ) -- Quade Green had 16 points and seven assists but it wasn't enough as Washington fell to Arizona State 80-72 in Tempe. Jamal Bey added 14 points and six rebounds in the setback. The Huskies drop to 5-and-19 and close out the season tomorrow at Arizona.
(Peoria, AZ) -- The Mariners will open spring training on Sunday afternoon against the Padres in Peoria. Seattle will host the Indians on Tuesday before visiting the Cubs Wednesday. The Mariners are allowing 1,960 fans per game at their Peoria stadium.
(Los Angeles, CA) -- The Trail Blazers will look to bounce back when they visit the Lakers in Los Angeles tomorrow night. Portland has lost three straight, including Tuesday's narrow loss to the Nuggets, to dip to 18-and-13. The Blazers will return home Monday to host Charlotte.
(Undated) -- In college basketball action tonight, Oregon will be at Stanford. 5:30 pre-game / 6:00 tip. The Ducks had their five-game streak snapped by number-18 USC to drop to 14-and-5.
Also tonight, Oregon State will visit Cal, Washington will travel to face Arizona State and Washington State will face Arizona in Tucson.
(Portland, OR) -- The Portland Trail Blazers now know the road they face to get back to the NBA Playoffs. The NBA released the second-half schedule for the regular season. The Blazers will return from the All-Star Break to a home game against the Phoenix Suns on March 11th. The second-half schedule includes two matchups against the Utah Jazz and Los Angeles Clippers, who are currently the top two teams in the Western Conference. Portland also has key games with other West contenders like Denver, Dallas and San Antonio.
(Memphis, TN) -- The Clippers are on the road tonight. LA will visit the Grizzlies. The Clippers have won six-of-eight and are 23-and-10 on the season.
(Indianapolis, IN) -- Stephen Curry scored 24 points as the Warriors topped the Pacers 111-107 in Indianapolis. Kelly Oubre Jr. added 17 for the Warriors, who improve to 18-and-15. Golden State will host the Hornets tomorrow.
(Salt Lake City, UT) -- Rudy Gobert and Jordan Clarkson each scored 18 points as the Jazz crushed the Lakers 114-89 in Salt Lake City. Donovan Mitchell had 13 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists as six players scored in double figures for Utah. The Jazz lead the NBA at 26-and-6. LeBron James led the Lakers with 19 points. Los Angeles falls to 22-and-11.
(Denver, CO) -- The Trail Blazers' losing streak is at three after a 111-106 setback to the Nuggets in Denver. Damian Lillard led Portland with 25 points and 13 assists. Enes Kanter contributed 16 points and 14 rebounds in defeat. The Blazers are 18-and-13 and will visit the Lakers on Friday.
(Los Angeles, CA) -- Golf legend Tiger Woods is recovering from surgery after the SUV he was driving went off the road and rolled yesterday morning in Rancho Palos Verdes, California. Doctors at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center inserted a rod and screws in his right leg below the knee to stabilize what they called multiple open fractures in the two main bones in the lower leg. The crash also broke bones in the 45-year-old Woods' right foot and ankle. An L.A. County Sheriff's deputy said he found Woods lucid and still strapped into his seatbelt, trapped in the vehicle that was on its side. Deputy Carlos Gonzales told reporters the seatbelt and the SUV's safety features might have saved Woods' life.
(Peoria, AZ) -- Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto says he's embarrassed by the comments of former club CEO Kevin Mather. Dipoto says players have a right to be upset after Mather disparaged some about their English-speaking ability in a speech to a Rotary Club. Mather resigned Monday.
(Undated) -- Damian Lillard is headed back to the NBA All-Star Game. He's been named one of the reserves for the March 7th game in Atlanta, as picked by the league's head coaches. It will be the sixth All-Star appearance in nine seasons for Lillard, who is averaging over 29 points per game.
(Peoria, AZ) -- The Mariners' first full-squad workout of the spring is complete. Position players joined in yesterday after pitchers and catchers reported to camp last week. The Mariners will open the Cactus League season Sunday against their Peoria co-tenants, the San Diego Padres.
(Portland, OR) -- Alaska Fairbanks forward Alex Sommerfield is being picked for the 2020-21 Great Northwest Athletic Conference Men's Basketball All-Academic Team. The senior was the lone Nanook selected. Sommerfield is a digital journalism major and has maintained a 4.0 grade-point.
(Undated) -- Elsewhere in college basketball tomorrow, 23rd-ranked Oregon is on the road at Stanford. The Ducks are 14-and-5. Also tomorrow, Oregon State visits Cal, Washington State travels to Arizona, and Portland plays at San Diego. Seattle U. is at home against Grand Canyon Friday.
(Phoenix, AZ) -- The Trail Blazers were no match for the Suns, getting trounced 132-100 in Phoenix. Damian Lillard led Portland with 24 points and Enes Kanter corralled 15 rebounds in defeat. The Trail Blazers have lost their last two to fall to 18-and-12. They visit the Nuggets tonight.
(Undated) -- Elsewhere in college hoops, Oregon State at Utah was postponed. Washington plays at Arizona State tonight and Thursday. Also Thursday, Washington State visits Arizona, and Portland plays at San Diego. The Pilots have lost 12 in-a-row. Seattle entertains Grand Canyon on Friday.
(Los Angeles, CA) -- Oregon trailed by 21 at the half and couldn't recover in a 72-58 loss at 18th-ranked USC. LJ Figueroa and Eric Williams Jr. each had 14 points for the 23rd-ranked Ducks, who had their five-game winning streak snapped. Oregon is 14-and-5 and will play Thursday at Stanford.
(Seattle, WA) -- Mariners CEO Kevin Mather is no longer with the club. The team president resigned after some controversial comments he made to the Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club earlier this month. In his speech, Mather complained about the English-speaking skills of some foreign players.
(Renton, WA) -- Linebacker K.J. Wright wants to return to the Seahawks, but it's got to be on his terms. He tells CBS Sports Radio he does way too much on the field to take a discount. Wright is set to become an unrestricted free agent next month. He's spent his entire career with Seattle.
(Renton, WA) -- Seahawks guard Mike Iupati is calling it a career. The 33-year-old tells the Spokesman-Review his body is telling him it's time to retire. Iupati was a four-time Pro Bowler who spent the last two seasons with Seattle. He also played for San Francisco and Arizona.