After a slow start, the No. 1 Oregon Ducks blew out UT Arlington 91-54 in their second game of second game of the Paradise Jam behind a team high 19 points from Satou Sabally, 17 points from Taylor Chavez off the bench and 16 points from Ruthy Hebard.
Oregon used a 24-3 second quarter run to put distance between them and UT Arlington and held a 26-point lead at halftime. Oregon's starting five combined to play just five minutes in the fourth quarter as Graves got his bench some extended action.
The Ducks (6-0) picked up their second win in as many days at the Paradise Jam and now get set for a tough battle against No. 8 Louisville on Saturday in the tournament finale.
"Louisville is so physical and aggressive and confident," said head coach Kelly Graves. "They're super athletic. The good thing is you look at our minutes tonight and we were able to rest a lot of players, so there's going to be no excuse tomorrow."
The No. 1 Ducks will close out the Paradise Jam with a top-10 showdown against No. 8 Louisville at 12:15 p.m PT on Saturday.