Oregon's men's basketball team will look to avoid an 0-2 start in Pac-12 play for the second year in a row.

The No. 4 Ducks (11-3, 0-1) have less than 48 hours to move on from Thursday’s 74-65 loss at Colorado before visiting Utah (10-3, 1-0) at 2 p.m. Saturday.

“I haven’t watched a lot of their film aside from part of the Kentucky game,” UO coach Dana Altman said following the loss to the Buffaloes.

Utah scored one of the biggest nonconference wins for the Pac-12 by defeating then-No. 6 Kentucky 69-66 before losing 80-52 against then-No. 20 San Diego State. The Utes opened Pac-12 play with a 81-69 win over Oregon State on Thursday.

Meanwhile, Oregon never led in the final 29 minutes against Colorado, but rallied to close within four before the Buffaloes pulled away for the win. The Ducks were 3-for-18 on 3-pointers while committing 13 turnovers.

"We started with a couple of bad offensive possessions, had a lot of turnovers, we put ourselves in a bad position,” Altman said. “We couldn't get the 3-point shooting going. We had some good looks, couldn't knock them down early, started 0-for-11 until we finally hit one. We have to do a better job.”

Oregon had its entire roster available for the first time all season as Shakur Juiston returned from a five-game injury absence to get eight points and four rebounds in 22 minutes. N’Faly Dante played with Juiston for the first time and finished with five points and three rebounds in 14 minutes.

Payton Pritchard led the Ducks with 21 points, six rebounds and three assists while Chris Duarte added 10 points.

“Our ball movement in the first half was poor,” Altman said. “You know, not having the ability to shoot it. You know you have to make some shots to get on a run for the momentum to swing."

Oregon dropped its first two conference games last year before finishing 10-8. The only other season that Oregon lost its first two conference games under Altman was his first season in 2010-11 when it started 0-4 before finishing 7-11.