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Jerome Randle scored 22 points without missing a shot in the first half, and top-seeded California easily advanced to the Pac-10 tournament semifinals with a 90-74 victory over Oregon on Thursday.
Patrick Christopher had 21 points and five assists for the Golden Bears (22-9), who followed up their first outright conference title in a half-century by sending home the weary Ducks (16-16) in what could be coach Ernie Kent's final game.
Randle went 8 for 8 with four 3-pointers in the first half, staking Cal to a 15-point lead. Jamal Boykin then scored all 15 of his points in the second half to finish the eighth-seeded Ducks, who were taken to overtime by Washington State in their first-round game Wednesday night.
Cal will face UCLA on Friday.
"I just have these moments sometimes," Randle said. "It just feels good. When I hit the third shot, it just felt like I wasn't going to miss."
Tajuan Porter scored 26 points and broke the Pac-10 career record for 3-pointers, but Oregon's defense couldn't slow down the versatile Bears, who made 16 of their first 22 shots and seized control late in the first half of their third win over Oregon this season. Randle didn't score while playing just eight minutes in the second half of his 34th 20-point game at Cal, but the Bears got plenty of help from Boykin and Christopher, who hit five 3-pointers.