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Pac-12 Conference Basketball Tournament
(Seeds in Parenthesis)

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Site: MGM Grand Garden Arena (16,800) -- Las Vegas, Nevada
Dates: Wednesday, March 12th through Saturday, March 15th
Annual: 17th
Defending Champion: Oregon def. UCLA, 78-69
Television: Pac-12 Network (1st Round, Quarterfinals), FS1 (Semifinals, Final)
 
Wednesday, March 12th - First Round
Utah 67, (9) Washington (17-15) 61
Colorado 59, (12) USC (11-21) 56
Oregon 88, (10) Oregon State (16-15) 74
Stanford 74, (11) Washington State (10-21) 63
 
Thursday, March 13th - Quarterfinal Round
Arizona 71, (8) Utah (21-11) 39
Colorado 59, (4) California (19-13) 56
UCLA 82, (7) Oregon (23-9) 63
Stanford 79, (3) Arizona State (21-11) 58
 
Friday, March 14th - Semifinal Round
Arizona 63, (5) Colorado (23-11) 43
UCLA 84, (6) Stanford (21-12) 59
 
Saturday, March 15th - Championship Game
(2) UCLA (26-8) 75, (1) Arizona (30-4) 71
 
Tournament Titles and Records
 SchoolTitlesLast Tourney Record  
 Arizona42002 22-12  
 UCLA42014 18-13  
 Oregon32013 18-12  
 Washington32011 17-12  
 USC12009 13-13  
 Stanford12004 13-15  
 Colorado12012 5-1  
 California0 12-16  
 Oregon State0 8-14  
 Arizona State0 6-15  
 Washington State0 5-14  
 Utah0 2-2  
 
Past PAC-12 Tournament Winners, Results and Most Valuable Players
2014UCLA def. Arizona, 75-71 (Kyle Anderson)
2013Oregon def. UCLA, 78-69 (Johnathan Loyd)
2012Colorado def. Arizona, 53-51 (Carlon Brown)
2011Washington def. Arizona, 77-75 (OT) (Isaiah Thomas)
2010Washington def. California, 79-75 (Isaiah Thomas)
2009USC def. Arizona State, 66-63 (DeMar DeRozan)
2008UCLA def. Stanford, 67-64 (Darren Collison)
2007Oregon def. USC, 81-57 (Tajuan Porter)
2006UCLA def. California, 71-52 (Leon Powe)
2005Washington def. Arizona, 81-72 (Salim Stoudamire)
2004Stanford def. Washington, 77-66 (Josh Childress)
2003Oregon def. USC, 74-66 (Luke Ridnour)
2002Arizona def. USC, 81-71 (Luke Walton)
2001Not held
2000Not held
1999Not held
1998Not held
1997Not held
1996Not held
1995Not held
1994Not held
1993Not held
1992Not held
1991Not held
1990Arizona def. UCLA, 94-78 (Jud Buechler, Matt Muehlebach)
1989Arizona def. Stanford, 73-51 (Sean Elliott)
1988Arizona def. Oregon State, 93-67 (Sean Elliott)
1987UCLA def. Washington, 76-64 (Reggie Miller)
 
NOTES:
Winner receives an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. All times Eastern. The top four seeds receive byes into the quarterfinals. Last year, third-seeded Oregon defeated top-seeded UCLA, 78-69, in the championship game to claim its third Pac-12 title. Oregon reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament before losing to eventual National Champion Louisville, 77-69. Arizona's Sean Elliott (1988-89) and Washington's Isaiah Thomas (2010-11) are the only players to win two tournament MVP awards. This tournament resumed in 2002 after an 11-year hiatus.

03/15 21:06:57 ET

As of March 15, 2014, at 09:07 PM ET