Breaking News:Oregon Basketball has strengthened its roster by acquiring guard TJ Bamba through the transfer portal…Read more.

TJ Bamba joins Oregon Basketball as Coach Dana Altman’s third transfer portal commitment, joining Ra’Heim Moss and Brandon Angel.

The Oregon men’s basketball team has secured a prized addition in 6-foot-5 guard TJ Bamba, who joins from the transfer portal. Bamba previously played for Villanova and Washington State before becoming a Duck.

Prior to his move to Oregon, Bamba expressed his gratitude for the support he received during his time with the Wildcats on social media.

Before I settle on my new home, I would like to thank Coach Neptune and the entire coaching staff for the opportunity to be a Villanova Wildcat,” Bamba wrote. “I’d also like to thank the fans and supporters who rode with us through a challenging season. Forever grateful for it all!”

While at Villanova, Bamba started all 33 games he played while averaging 10.1 points, 3.6 rebounds, and 1.8 assists.

Bamba spent his first three seasons at Washington State where he started 51 of his 86 games played while averaging 9.7 points per game. He also shot 38 percent from behind the arc while adding 3.6 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game.

The 2022-23 season was his best season, earning Pac-12 all-conference player.

Bamba is the third player to join Coach Dana Altman from the transfer portal, joining Ra’Heim Moss and Brandon Angel. Moss and Bamba are set to vie for the guard position left vacant by Jermaine Couisnard’s graduation, with hopes of making a swift impact in the challenging conference.

The Oregon Ducks basketball team is gearing up for its first season in the Big Ten Conference. They have their list of conference opponents, and the roster is coming together.


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