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2011 Pac-10 Tournament: Bracket, Finals, & History

The 2011 Pac-10 Conference Basketball Tournament final is here, as the No. 1 seed Arizona Wildcats will face the No. 3 seed Washington Huskies today at Staples Center. The Wildcats are seeking their first Pac-10 Tournament title since 2002, while the Huskies are looking to become the first Pac-10 team to repeat as tourney champs since Arizona did it from 1988-1990. Arizona and Washington met inthe 2005 Pac-10 Tournament final, with the Huskies capturing the crown. Here is a look at the history of Pac-10 Tournament finals.

  • 1987: No. 1 UCLA 76, No. 3 Washington 64
  • 1988: No. 1 Arizona 93, No. 2 Oregon St. 67
  • 1989: No. 1 Arizona 73, No. 2 Stanford 51
  • 1990: No. 2 Arizona 94, No. 4 UCLA 78

The Pac-10 discontinued the conference tournament after 1990, but resumed it again in 2002:

  • 2002: No. 2 Arizona 81, No. 4 USC 71
  • 2003: No. 5 Oregon 74, No. 7 USC 66
  • 2004: No. 1 Stanford 77, No. 2 Washington 66
  • 2005: No. 2 Washington 81, No. 1 Arizona 72
  • 2006: No. 1 UCLA 71, No. 3 Cal 52
  • 2007: No. 4 Oregon 81, No. 3 USC 57
  • 2008: No. 1 UCLA 67, No. 2 Stanford 64
  • 2009: No. 6 USC 66, No. 4 Arizona St. 63
  • 2010: No. 3 Washington 79, No. 1 Cal 75

Today's 3:10 p.m. PST game will be televised on CBS.

For more Pac-10 Conference Tournament news and updates, be sure to stay tuned to this StoryStream. For more news on each specific team, be sure to read the SB Nation blogs Arizona Desert Swarm and UW Dawg Pound.