By James Crepea, The Oregonian/OregonLive: After back-to-back seasons ending in the NIT, Oregon enters the offseason needing to make significant changes in order to return to being an NCAA Tournament team and in contention to win the Pac-12 in 2023-24.
The Ducks will have guard Jermaine Couisnard and center Nate Bittle back, guard Keeshawn Barthelemy likely returning and junior college transfer Jadrian Tracey and top 40 signees Kwame Evans Jr., Mookie Cook and Jackson Shelstad.
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Oregon enters the offseason needing to make significant changes in order to return to being an NCAA Tournament team and in contention to win the Pac-12.
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