Men's Basketball

Cal, Part 2

Stanford (15-3, 4-1 Pac-12) brings a close to its three-game Pac-12 road trip on Sunday, Jan. 26 when it travels to Bay Area rival California (8-10, 2-3 Pac-12). The tip-off will be broadcast on ESPNU.
• Stanford sits atop the Pac-12 table at 4-1 in conference play, tied with USC. The Cardinal’s .833 overall winning percentage paces the conference, and is 14th-best nationally.
• Junior Oscar da Silva leads the team with 16.2 points per game, a mark which ranks 10th in the conference. He also holds the 18th-best national mark in field goal percentage (61.0).
• Stanford held 12 of its 13 non-conference opponents below 70 points and limited its first five Pac-12 foes to an average of 62.0 points per game. The program boasts the best overall scoring defense in the Pac-12 (59.7), and the 10th-best nationally.
• Freshmen Tyrell Terry and Spencer Jones have seen blazing starts from beyond the arc in Pac-12 play, with each making 16 and combining for 49.2 percent from deep. Jones leads the league with a 46.4 percent mark across 18 total games, which is fifth-best nationally.
• Stanford picked up a 68-52 win over Cal at Maples Pavilion on Jan. 2, and is looking to sweep the Golden Bears for the first time since 2015, when it earned a pair of double-digit victories.

Stanford is looking for its third-straight win over Cal at Haas Pavilion under head coach Jerod Haase, with the Cardinal picking up a 77-73 win in 2018 and an 84-81 victory in 2019. Daejon Davis has averaged 18.0 points per game in Berkley, and has scored 14.2 points per night against Cal in his career.

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