UCLA Vs. California Basketball: Bruins Get Swept In Bay Area

The Bruins (7-7, 0-2) host Arizona on Thursday night.

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UCLA Vs. Cal: Bruins Fall To Bears 85-69

The UCLA Bruins have fallen to 7-7 with a conference record of 0-2 after losing to the California Bears by a score of 85-69 on Saturday afternoon in Haas Pavilion. This is their second loss in a row after losing to Stanford by one point on Thursday. The Bruins allowed the Bears to pull away in the second half after they went into the locker room at half time trailing by just one point.

The Bruins were led by sophomore guard Tyler Lamb's 26 points and sophomore forward David Wear's 17 points. Those were the only two UCLA players that managed to score double digit points. The rest of the starting lineup combined for 14 points. Joshua Smith, Brendan Lane and Norman Powell came off the bench and combined for 12 points.

Scoring for the Bears was much more evened out among the five starters, who all scored at least 10 points. They were led by sophomore guard Allen Crabbe, who scored 20 points, and senior guard Jorge Gutierrez, who scored 16. The rest of the starting lineup, Justin Cobbs, David Kravish and Harper Kamp, combined for 36 points. Robert Thurman came off the bench to score 11 points, all in the second half, and Bak Bak added two.

The Bruins will attempt to snap their two-game losing streak on Thursday at home against the 9-4 Arizona Wildcats and the Bears will look to extend their winning streak on the road at 10-3 Oregon State on the same day.


UCLA Vs. California: Bears Lead Bruins 40-39 At Halftime

After the first half of play, the Cal Bears lead the UCLA Bruins by a score of 40-39 in Haas Pavilion. There is still 20 minutes of basketball left to play and this game could go either way in the second half.

UCLA is currently being led by sophomore guard Tyler Lamb, who has scored 16 points so far, and sophomore forward David Wear, who has scored 11. The rest of the game's starters, Travis Wear, Lazeric Jones and Jerime Anderson have combined to score eight. The only bench player to score so far has been Joshua Smith, who has four points.

The Bears are being led by senior guard Jorge Gutierrez, who has scored 12, and freshman forward David Kravish, who has scored nine. The rest of the starting lineup, Allen Crabbe, Harper Kamp and Justin Cobbs, have combined to score 17 points, and Bak Bak has added two points off the bench.

Neither team has any players that are in foul trouble heading into the second half. The Bruins are looking to bounce back from a one-point loss to Stanford in the second half and the Bears will be looking to win two in a row after beating USC on Thursday.


UCLA Vs. California: Game Time, TV, Radio Broadcast Information, And More

The UCLA Bruins look to rebound from their loss on Thursday at Stanford, facing the Cal Bears on Saturday afternoon at Haas Pavilion. In each of their last two trips to Cal, UCLA has had an overtime game, losing last year but winning in 2010. Here are the relevant details of Saturday's contest:

Records: UCLA (7-6, 0-1 in Pac-12 play); Cal (11-3, 1-0)

Location: Haas Pavilion, Berkeley, California

Time: 1:06 p.m. PST tip-off

TV: Prime Ticket, with Steve Physioc and Marques Johnson on the call

Radio: AM 1150 and the UCLA Sports Network, with Isaac Lowenkron and Don MacLean on the call; Cal's broadcast will also be available on Sirius channel 94 and Sirius XM channel 190

Home, Sweet Home: Cal is 10-0 at home this season, including a win Thursday night over USC in their Pac-12 Conference opener.

Series History: UCLA and Cal split two games last season, with each team winning at home. The two schools have gone into overtime in each of their last two games at Cal. UCLA leads the all-time series with Cal, 133-97

Point Man: Lazeric Jones has led the Bruins in scoring in six of their last eight games, and leads the team averaging 14.2 points per game this season. He also leads UCLA in assists (3.62 per game), steals (2.0 per game), and three-point shooting (20 for 47, 42.6%).

For more UCLA basketball news, be sure to read Bruins Nation.

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