UCLA Vs. Washington: Bruins Blow Lead In Seattle

UCLA has lost eight consecutive games to the Huskies in Seattle.

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UCLA Vs. Washington Final Score: Bruins Let One Get Away In Seattle, 71-69

The UCLA Bruins looked like they were going to beat a Division I team this season in a game played outside the Los Angeles area for the first time all season Thursday night, as the Bruins held a late lead in Seattle. But the Washington Huskies went on a 16-4 run to end the game to dash those UCLA hopes and defeat the Bruins 71-69 at Alaska Airlines Arena.

It was the eighth consecutive loss in Seattle for the Bruins (12-10, 5-5).

The Bruins led 65-55 with six minutes remaining but then went over four minutes without a field goal as Washington went on a 13-0 run to regain the lead. UCLA pulled to within two points and had the final possession, but Norman Powell missed a jump shot from the baseline that would have tied the game, rimming out at the buzzer.

Joshua Smith scored a season-high 24 points for the Bruins, on 9-of-13 shooting. Smith also grabbed nine rebounds for UCLA, who outrebounded Washington 34-29 on the night. Lazeric jones added 11 points and four rebounds for the Bruins.

Terrence Ross led Washington (15-7, 8-2) with 22 points, making nine of his 12 shots from the field. Aziz N'Diaye added 11 rebounds to go with his seven points for the Huskies.

UCLA next travels to Pullman to face the Washington State Cougars on Saturday.

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

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UCLA Vs. Washington Basketball: Game Time, TV & Streaming Info, And More

The UCLA Bruins travel to Seattle Thursday night to face the Washington Huskies in a Pac-12 Conference battle that will be televised by ESPN. Here are the relevant details of Thursday night's contest:

Records: UCLA (12-9, 5-4 in the Pac-12); Washington State (14-7, 7-2)

Location: Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle, Washington

Time: 6:05 p.m. PST scheduled tip-off

TV & Streaming: ESPN and ESPN3.com, with Dave Pasch on play-by-play and Dan Dakich on color commentary

Radio: KLAC 570 AM and the UCLA Sports Network, with Chris Roberts on play-by-play and Don MacLean on color commentary

Series History: UCLA leads the all-time series against Washington 91-39, but are just 31-31 against the Huskies in Seattle. Washington has won seven straight home games against the Bruins.

Leading Scorers: Lazeric Jones, UCLA (13.4 points per game); Tony Wroten, Washington (17.1 ppg)

Leading Rebounders: David Wear, UCLA (6.2 rebounds per game); Aziz N'Diaye, Washington (8.1 rpg)

Leaving Los Angeles: UCLA is 11-3 in games played in the Los Angeles area this season, including 10-3 at home and one win at Galen Center against the USC Trojans. However, in games outside of the area, UCLA is just 1-6 this season, and their only win came against Division II Chaminade in the Maui Invitational.

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

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UCLA Vs. Washington: Bruins Seek Third Straight Win

UCLA has lost three consecutive games to the Huskies.

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