LAS VEGAS – Oregon shook off the first half of the shoot and netted it with 48 points in the second half, around Utah 66-54 on Thursday night in a Pac-12 tournament quarter-final at the T-Mobile Arena to beat.  The Ducks, eight points behind in the first half, rallied behind Payton Pritchard and Louis King to beat Utah and reach the semifinals of the tournament. Oregon (21-12) will play at 20:30 in the state of Arizona. Friday, with the winner a championship playground.
Pritchard and King, each with 20 points at the head of Oregon, scored 31 points in the second half.
The ducks' defense closed the first three of the Pac-1
Utah took a 24-18 lead into the halftime dressing room after clarifying Oregon's offense in the first half. The ducks shot 8 out of 29 in the first half.
The Utes were especially effective in the final stages of the first half. Eight minutes before the break, 14-13 minutes from time, Utah eliminated the first half with an 11-4 run. Half of the Utes offense came in the first half from Donnie Tillman, who scored 12 points in the first 20 minutes. Utah held Oregon at two points from its low in the first half.
But the ducks were different in the second half. The shots fell and the defense remained constant. Oregon scored the first six points in the half to tie the game at 24-24. Pritchard later rattled off five fast points, including one with a midfield wipe and layup to bring Ducks 31-28 in the lead.
Pritchard scored nine of the first 13 points in the second half of Oregon. Then it was King's turn to shine. During a four-minute section, he had three points on a putback, a three-pointer and a driver layup.
Oregon slowly increased his lead and squeezed it with another 45-36 on Victor Bailey Jr.'s lay-up for seven minutes. Utah later reduced the deficit to four by Timmy Allen, but White quickly silenced the rise of the Utes by hitting a three-pointer.
More information about this game.  Live Updates