The quarterfinal round of the Pacific-12 Conference Men's Basketball Tournament took place on Thursday with four games contested at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada.
Dillon Brooks scored 22 points while Tyler Dorsey added 21 as the top-seeded Oregon Ducks (28-4; #5 in both the Associated Press and USA Today/Coaches polls) broke open what was a tight game at halftime and extinguished the eighth-seeded Arizona Sun Devils (15-18) 80-57.
Torian Graham topped the Sun Devils a career-high 32 points, more than half the Arizona State total.
Jabari Bird scored 26 points and connected on a key three-oint play with 14 seconds remaining as the fifth-seeded California Golden Bears (21-11) may have revived their NCAA tourney chances after knocking off fourth-seeded Utah (20-11) 78-75. Charlie Moore added 21 points to the Bears' coffers.
Kyle Kuzma paced the Runnin' Utes with 23 points.
Lauri Markkanen scored 20 points while Allonzo Trier added 19 as the second-seeded Arizona Wildcats (28-4; #7 in both the AP and Coaches polls) defeated the seventh-seeded Colorado Buffaloes (19-14) 92-78.
Derrick White paced the Buffs with 31 points while Xavier Johnson added 20.
The third-seeded UCLA Bruins (29-3; #3 in both the AP and Coaches polls), with Isaac Hamilton scoring 22 points, held off the sixth-seeded Southern California Trojans (24-9) 76-74.