Cal Rallies Behind Justin Cobbs And Harper Kamp To Beat Oregon 86-83

The California Golden Bears looked like they were in danger of dropping a game they had to have against the Oregon Ducks. Cal couldn’t stop Oregon for most of the game, and they were stuck in what looked like a potential spoiler loss for the Pac-12 tournament.

But Justin Cobbs carried Cal for most of the game, then Jorge Gutierrez and Harper Kamp helped bring the Bears home.

Cobbs scored 28 points, dished 8 assists and managed four steals with an ultra-efficient performance, shooting 13 of 19 from the field. Kamp managed 20 points and six rebounds, including the crucial and-one layup to put Cal on top with a minute left and added four clutch free throws. Gutierrez didn’t have a great game offensively, but helped lock down Oregon defensively in the final six minutes while playing with five fouls. David Kravish added 13 points and 8 boards.

Cal’s team effort negated a great individual performance by Devoe Joseph, putting up 33 points on only 17 shots, while Carlos Emory added 11 points and Olu Ashaolu put in 10 points.

To talk about Cal basketball, head on over to the California Golden Blogs. To discuss Oregon basketball, check out Addicted to Quack.

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