Hot shooting helped the Cougars take a 39-35 lead into halftime, but it disappeared in the second half.
EUGENE, Ore. — Louis King scored 13 of his 22 points in the second half and Kenny Wooten had 20 to help Oregon rally past Washington State 78-58 on Sunday night.
Paul White added 18 points for the Ducks (12-8, 3-4 Pac-12), who came back from a four-point halftime deficit to end a two-game losing streak and avoid a fifth home loss of the season.
Oregon went ahead for good at 48-44 on two fast-break baskets by King off WSU turnovers as the Ducks opened the second half on a 13-5 run. They finished the game on a 20-5 run.
Robert Franks had 19 points to lead the Cougars (8-12, 1-6), who lost their third game in a row and ninth of their past 10. CJ Elleby added 15 points and Jeff Pollard had 10.
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The Cougars shot just 8 of 24 in the second half and were 25 of 46 overall for 54.3 percent. They also committed 17 turnovers. Oregon went 16 of 26 in the second half and 30 of 55 (54.5 percent) for the game.
WSU took a 39-35 lead into halftime. The Cougars made 15 of their first 17 attempts, including a run of 10 in a row, and finished the half 17 of 22 (77.3 percent).
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Ryan Cline scored 17 points and Nojel Eastern overcame his season-long free-throw troubles by making six straight down the stretch to help Purdue (14-6, 7-2 Big Ten) fend off a frantic late charge and hang on for an upset.
Michigan State (18-3, 9-1) had three significant winning streaks end — a 13-game streak that dated to November, a 21-game regular-season streak against conference foes and a 12-game road streak in league play.