Biggest Winners and Losers from 2013 Pac-12 Tournament

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Biggest Winners and Losers from 2013 Pac-12 Tournament
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The Pac-12 tournament moved to Las Vegas for the first time after spending the last 11 years in the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

The move was a pretty big hit as the games featured more lively atmospheres as well as some great games with dramatic finishes. There were three overtime games and three more games that were decided by three points or fewer.

This tournament had it all. There were upsets as No. 10 seed Utah made a run to the semifinals. There were fantastic individual performances such as Arizona State’s Jahii Carson’s 34 points in the opening round against Stanford.

Unfortunately, there was also tough injury luck. UCLA’s Jordan Adams was the lost for the season with a broken foot he suffered in the final play against Arizona.

In the end, Oregon ended up cutting down the nets, something that was a bit of a surprise given how the Ducks finished the season.

Here are the biggest winners and losers from the 2013 Pac-12 tournament.

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