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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 09, 2022

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A year removed from — depending on how you slice it — the worst season in program history, the Bears sit essentially in the same spot heading into conference play. So what has changed for Cal? And how will things shake out in conference play?
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A year removed from — depending on how you slice it — the worst season in program history, the Bears sit essentially in the same spot heading into conference play. So what has changed for Cal? And how will things shake out in conference play?
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Cal men’s basketball finished dead last in the Pac-12, had the most losses in program history, was the worst offensive team in the Pac-12 and, depending on the perspective, was the worst defensive team in the conference as well.
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Cal men’s basketball finished dead last in the Pac-12, had the most losses in program history, was the worst offensive team in the Pac-12 and, depending on the perspective, was the worst defensive team in the conference as well.
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A month after declaring his intent to transfer from Cal men’s basketball, rising senior guard Don Coleman has announced through social media that he will be taking his talents to the University of South Alabama.
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A month after declaring his intent to transfer from Cal men’s basketball, rising senior guard Don Coleman has announced through social media that he will be taking his talents to the University of South Alabama.
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Rising senior guard Don Coleman has announced that he will be transferring from Cal at the end of this semester.
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Rising senior guard Don Coleman has announced that he will be transferring from Cal at the end of this semester.
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And as McNeill and Harris-Dyson faded, so did the rest of the offense. Cal shot an abysmal 24.4 percent from the field in the second half, a hideous mark even by its standards. Lee was held scoreless until the waning minutes of the ballgame, only to foul out moments later.
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And as McNeill and Harris-Dyson faded, so did the rest of the offense. Cal shot an abysmal 24.4 percent from the field in the second half, a hideous mark even by its standards. Lee was held scoreless until the waning minutes of the ballgame, only to foul out moments later.
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Freshman forward Justice Sueing hit a layup to tally the first points by either team — which would be the first of his 17 total in the game — and freshman guard Darius McNeill hit a three to give the Bears a 1-point lead with a little more than 12 minutes to go.
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Freshman forward Justice Sueing hit a layup to tally the first points by either team — which would be the first of his 17 total in the game — and freshman guard Darius McNeill hit a three to give the Bears a 1-point lead with a little more than 12 minutes to go.
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The Cal men’s basketball team (8-22, 2-15) lost, 84-53, to Arizona State (20-9, 8-9) in one of its most embarrassing games of an already disastrous season.
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The Cal men’s basketball team (8-22, 2-15) lost, 84-53, to Arizona State (20-9, 8-9) in one of its most embarrassing games of an already disastrous season.
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The Cal men’s basketball team couldn’t complete the series sweep of Stanford in a bitter 77-73 loss at Haas Pavilion, but for a team preparing for the long-term future, Sunday night generated plenty of excitement.
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The Cal men’s basketball team couldn’t complete the series sweep of Stanford in a bitter 77-73 loss at Haas Pavilion, but for a team preparing for the long-term future, Sunday night generated plenty of excitement.
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Conference play hasn’t just seen Cal become subjected to two beatdowns per week, but it has also shown an even further regression in regards to defending the three.
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Conference play hasn’t just seen Cal become subjected to two beatdowns per week, but it has also shown an even further regression in regards to defending the three.
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While the Cal men’s basketball team’s bench had been loud and boisterous for much of the team’s close second half against Oregon, it fell silent and still in the last five minutes, reflecting the precipitous fall that the Bears experienced from a near-comeback to a double-digit 66-53 loss.
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While the Cal men’s basketball team’s bench had been loud and boisterous for much of the team’s close second half against Oregon, it fell silent and still in the last five minutes, reflecting the precipitous fall that the Bears experienced from a near-comeback to a double-digit 66-53 loss.
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