Porter saves the Ducks: Photos from UO vs KSU
Porter saved the Ducks with 28 clutch points.
Porter saved the Ducks with 28 clutch points.
eDuck Sports
Posted Dec 7, 2008


The reports of the demise of Tajuan Porter's shooting stroke were greatly exaggerated, and a young, but pesky Duck team held off Kansas State tonight in Eugene. Enjoy the photos - and have a look at the hustle and determination on display at Mac Court tonight.



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Tajuan Porter hustled all all over the court - while he couldn't get this one, he made several hustle plays in the game to go with his hot shooting.
LeKendric Longmire was 5-8 from the field and drove to the hoop all night long.
Josh Crittle stepped in for the injured Michael Dunigan, who didn't play.
This defensive effort by Kamyron Brown signified the scrappy effort tonight...
Brown wasn't a threat offensively tonight, but this effort was inspired...
Brown was rewarded for his effort by drawing a foul in getting knocked down.
Garrett Sim had another strong game offensively, going 6-9 from the floor and hitting this little runner in the first half.  He finished with 16 points on the night.
This effort by Porter was typical of the entire Duck team - they refused to give up on any play.  Here Porter dishes on a drive in the first half.
Churchill Odia found Garrett Sim wide open under the hoop for an easy reverse layup to keep KSU at bay in the second half.
OK, so this isn't a flattering Duck photo, but KSU's Jamar Samuels had the block of the game on what would have been an easy two for Longmire.
In the end, it was too much Garrett Sim and Tajuan Porter - here Sim hits another soft runner late in the game.
When KSU got within one with just a few minutes to go, Porter drove to the hoop and hit this driving shot in the lane between two KSU defenders.  Porter was also 4-4 from the line to end the game.

Tajuan Porter hustled all all over the court - while he couldn't get this one, he made several hustle plays in the game to go with his hot shooting.
LeKendric Longmire was 5-8 from the field and drove to the hoop all night long.
Josh Crittle stepped in for the injured Michael Dunigan, who didn't play.
This defensive effort by Kamyron Brown signified the scrappy effort tonight...
Brown wasn't a threat offensively tonight, but this effort was inspired...
Brown was rewarded for his effort by drawing a foul in getting knocked down.
Garrett Sim had another strong game offensively, going 6-9 from the floor and hitting this little runner in the first half. He finished with 16 points on the night.
This effort by Porter was typical of the entire Duck team - they refused to give up on any play. Here Porter dishes on a drive in the first half.
Churchill Odia found Garrett Sim wide open under the hoop for an easy reverse layup to keep KSU at bay in the second half.
OK, so this isn't a flattering Duck photo, but KSU's Jamar Samuels had the block of the game on what would have been an easy two for Longmire.
In the end, it was too much Garrett Sim and Tajuan Porter - here Sim hits another soft runner late in the game.
When KSU got within one with just a few minutes to go, Porter drove to the hoop and hit this driving shot in the lane between two KSU defenders. Porter was also 4-4 from the line to end the game.

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Tajuan Porter hustled all all over the court - while he couldn't get this one, he made several hustle plays in the game to go with his hot shooting. LeKendric Longmire was 5-8 from the field and drove to the hoop all night long. Josh Crittle stepped in for the injured Michael Dunigan, who didn't play. This defensive effort by Kamyron Brown signified the scrappy effort tonight... Brown wasn't a threat offensively tonight, but this effort was inspired... Brown was rewarded for his effort by drawing a foul in getting knocked down. Garrett Sim had another strong game offensively, going 6-9 from the floor and hitting this little runner in the first half.  He finished with 16 points on the night. This effort by Porter was typical of the entire Duck team - they refused to give up on any play.  Here Porter dishes on a drive in the first half. Churchill Odia found Garrett Sim wide open under the hoop for an easy reverse layup to keep KSU at bay in the second half. OK, so this isn't a flattering Duck photo, but KSU's Jamar Samuels had the block of the game on what would have been an easy two for Longmire. In the end, it was too much Garrett Sim and Tajuan Porter - here Sim hits another soft runner late in the game. When KSU got within one with just a few minutes to go, Porter drove to the hoop and hit this driving shot in the lane between two KSU defenders.  Porter was also 4-4 from the line to end the game.



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