UCLA beat Oregon State easily, 79-54, led by a first-half offensive outburst where the team shot 61%…
Stanford Game Tells it All
UCLA struggling to beat Stanford in Palo Alto Thursday, 76-71, was a very good indication of where this UCLA team currently stands. They showed just about all of their strengths and weaknesses in this one: -- UCLA struggles on the road. -- UCLA's primary problem has been defense, and it certainly was in the first 15 minutes of this game. -- UCLA's offense is pretty good, and plenty efficient. -- UCLA's rebounding isn't fantastic. -- The Bruins have a habit of going through potentially devastating periods of low effort and focus. -- Josh Shipp continues to play the best basketball of his career. -- Alfred Aboya is a stud. -- UCLA just isn't nearly as talented or athletic as it's been in recent years. That just about sums it up. First, on being on the road: This was a close game for UCLA, playing against a team that they blew out by 34 in Pauley Pavilion. Every team plays worse on the road, but, of course, great teams play better on the road. The fact that UCLA...
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- You know what also grinds my gears about yesterday's game
- Willis' helmet did not come off
- Why don't we rush the punter anymore?
- I think all the time Redmond & Quessenberry missed showed.
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