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Oregon beats Arizona State 79-75 in overtime in Pac-12 semis
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The sixth-seeded Ducks (22-12) dominated early, went into a second-half funk and fought their way back in a foul-filled second half.

Oregon's Ehab Amin hit a corner 3-pointer with 1:32 left in regulation to tie the game at 67 and neither team could score again, sending the game to overtime.

The Ducks scored the first eight points of overtime, but the Sun Devils rallied to tie it on Rob Edwards' three free throws with 58 seconds left.

Arizona State's Luguentz Dort missed a potential tying 3-pointer and King made one of two free throws with 8.8 seconds left to seal it.

Oregon moves to Saturday night's title game against top-seeded Washington.

Listless in the first half, the second-seeded Sun Devils (22-10) seemed to take control with an 18-1 run that turned a seven-point halftime deficit into an eight-point lead.

Dort had 16 points and ...

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