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Cal basketball picked to finish 4th in the Pac-12

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NCAA Basketball: Pac-12 Media Day Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Media Day was held on Friday in San Francisco. Cal basketball came in fourth overall. It’s fitting enough, since the Bears finished fourth in the Pac-12 last season.

Cal will be returning Ivan Rabb, one of the early contenders for the best college basketball player in the nation, along with shooters Jabari Bird and Stephen Domingo, point guards Sam Singer and Brandon Chauca, forward Roger Moute and big men Kameron Rooks and Kingsley Okoroh. The Bears are bringing in transfer Grant Mullins and guards Charlie Moore and Don Coleman to offset the losses of Jordan Mathews, Jaylen Brown and Tyrone Wallace.

Here are the full Pac-12 media results.

  1. Oregon Ducks: 320 points (23 first place votes)
  2. Arizona Wildcats: 298 points (four first place votes)
  3. UCLA Bruins: 259 points
  4. California Golden Bears: 209 points
  5. Colorado Buffaloes: 199 points
  6. Washington Huskies: 167 points
  7. USC Trojans: 163 points
  8. Utah Utes: 142 points
  9. Oregon State Beavers: 122 points
  10. Stanford Cardinal: 119 points
  11. Arizona State Sun Devils: 78 points
  12. Washington State Cougars: 30 points