Oregon Ducks Basketball Team Visits Nike World HQ in Beaverton

January 29, 2013 BY / 6

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Generally when the University of Oregon is making sports headlines it’s a result of the colossal achievements of their football squad. This season though, their men’s basketball squad has been putting in some serious work that’s earned them a heightened level of respect in Eugene and beyond. Nike has taken notice (no surprise there), and recently invited the boys up to the campus in Beaverton, OR to tour the facilities. Hit the jump with us for a rare inside look at the Nike grounds, including the Bo Jackson gym, and let us know if you think the Ducks can sustain their #10 seed in the current NCAA rankings.



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newsouth912
newsouth912

What are they doing? Picking out which retro will get the "Duck" treatment next?

Hibachi_Heat
Hibachi_Heat

I visited last winter. That Jordan exhibit is incredible in person.

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SUCH

it's amazing what modern day chinese slavery can achieve.

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