After the Whistle: What happened to the Ducks? And what happens next?

Oregon's Jordan Bell (1) is interviewed in the locker room after the semifinals against North Carolina of the Final Four NCAA college basketball tournament, Saturday, April 1, 2017, in Glendale, Ariz. North Carolina won 77-76.(AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

Oregon came up a basket short against North Carolina in a Final Four came many people think the Ducks should have won.

Or perhaps could have won - save for turnover after turnover and an overall lack of rhythm.

Sky Muller joins After the Whistle from Arizona, where he watched Saturday's showdown.

The After the Whistle crew has plenty to talk about:

Dillon Brooks fouled out after 10 points, not the kind of performance he put in during the rest of the tournament.

Jordan Bell took the loss hard, focusing on the rebounds he didn't get - rather than the 16 rebounds he pulled down.

"We had a good year, but we didn't reach our goal," he said in the locker room after the game. "If I would have just boxed out, I had two opportunities to do it ... we lost the game because of it."

And what's next?

Will Tyler Dorsey, Bell and Brooks declare for the NBA draft?

Should they?

If not, why should they come back?

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