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Ducks improve to 2-0 on trip.

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NASSAU, Bahamas For other uses of "Nassau", see Nassau (disambiguation).
Nassau is the capital city and commercial center of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. The city has a population of 210,832 (2000 census), nearly 70 percent of the entire population of the Bahamas (303,611).
 - Three Ducks scored 20 or more points as Oregon rolled to its second straight rout on its exhibition tour with a 119-56 drubbing of the Wolverines, a Bahamian club team, on Monday.

Malik Hairston Malik Hairston is an American college basketball player at the University of Oregon. The 6'6", 200 pound junior guard averaged 13 ppg and 6.1 rpg during the 2006-2007 season. High school
Prior to arriving at the University of Oregon, he starred at Renaissance High School.
 led Oregon with 28 points, Aaron Brooks Aaron Brooks can refer to:
  • Aaron Lafette Brooks (1976-present), American football player
  • Aaron Jamal Brooks (1985-present), basketball player
 added 21 and former walk-on Adrian Stelly chipped in 20 to go with 11 rebounds. The Ducks shot 57 percent from the field and had 31 assists on their 48 field goals.

On Sunday, Hairston scored 20 of his 29 points in the second half of Oregon's 108-69 blowout of the Shockers, another Bahamian club squad. Stelly and Maarty Leunen Maarty Leunen (born September 3, 1985 in Vancouver, Washington) is an American college basketball player. A 6'9", 215 pound forward at the University of Oregon, he is a key reason why the Oregon Ducks reached the Elite 8 in the 2007 NCAA Division I tournament.  added 21 points each in that victory.

"The team we played tonight was a little better than the one we played the first night, but our offense really clicked,' coach Ernie Kent Ernie Kent (Born January 22, 1955 in Rockford, Illinois) is the current head men's basketball coach at the University of Oregon. He has been the Ducks' coach since he replaced Jerry Green after Green left for University of Tennessee after the 1996-97 season.  said. `We continue to pass the ball so much better that it gives a whole new look and flow to the offense.'

Kent was particularly pleased with the play of his starting backcourt against the Wolverines.

"Stelly and Aaron played really well for us again,' he said. `We're playing those two a lot of minutes on this trip, but they have performed well.'

Leunen had his second consecutive double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds.

Adam Zahn was a big contributor off the bench with 18 points and six rebounds, and Mitch Platt added 12 points and nine rebounds.

Ray Schafer had nine points to round out Oregon's scoring. The Ducks outrebounded their opposition 53-23 and grabbed 17 offensive rebounds.

`We were really good defensively; getting stops and getting out in transition," Kent said. `It's amazing how well we're playing and holding up considering we only have seven players.'

Bryce Taylor, recovering from mild right ankle sprain ankle sprain Orthopedics A stretching of the ankle ligaments and/or muscles with swelling  sustained last Wednesday during practice, was held out of Monday's game. Sophomore Churchill Odia (knee) also did not play.

Kent said Taylor is not expected to play today against the Wreckers wreckers
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NZ a business which sells material from demolished cars or buildings
 but hopes to have him back following the team's off day on Wednesday.
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:Aug 22, 2006
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