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Pac-10 tournament preview: stability vs. mobility

    The Pacific-10 Conference men’s basketball tournament tips off today in Los Angeles for the sixth consecutive year, but some conference coaches are wondering if it’s time for a change of scenery in order to maintain the event’s vibrancy.

    “I think it needs to be moved around so that there’s enthusiasm everywhere that it goes,” Arizona coach Lute Olson said. “And probably the best indication was last year; I don’t think the enthusiasm in Los Angeles was very good, frankly.”

    The tournament has enjoyed five successful seasons in Los Angeles, and a move is unlikely considering that the event’s resurrection was contingent on it being in L.A.

     — Excerpt from The Oregonian, March 7, 2007


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