Looking At Oregon Ducks' Damyean Dotson For the Upcoming Season

By Trevor Lowry
Oregon Ducks
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Damyean Dotson is arguably the best returning player on the Oregon Ducks for the 2013-14 college basketball season. As a result, he is going to have to do a lot.

Dotson scored 11.4 points per game last season and also averaged 3.5 rebounds per game. He was the second leading scorer on the team and is a huge returning player to say the least, especially with a bunch of talent leaving.

Players like Mike Moser should have an instant impact, but the chemistry of this team will be in question to start the season.

Still, Dotson should be the go-to guy since he is the leading returning scorer and since he did only average .3 points less than the leading scorer from last year. He managed to shoot 43.9 percent from the field and 32.9 percent from behind the arc. Dotson also made the second most three-pointers on the team with 47.

He very easily could lead Oregon in that category in the 2013-14 season. Whether the case, him and Dominic Artis will be firing away from long range all season long.

Those two will make up a great backcourt, but they won’t be the only two weapons when it comes to the guards.

Oregon will nowhere near be the favorite to win the Pac-12, but if Dotson can put up bigger numbers and if the incoming players can have success for the Ducks, they should have no problem making the NCAA tournament.

Dotson should have a great season and should lead the team in scoring. Look for him to be one of the better players in the conference.

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