The UCLA Bruins defeated the Shanghai Sharks 92-63 on Tuesday behind 26 points and eight rebounds from forward Travis Wear. The 6'10 forward went 10-for-12 from the field and 6-for-7 from the free throw stripe in the victory against the Chinese Basketball Association team at the Yuan Shen Sports Center.
Receiving help from freshman Kyle Anderson's 21 points and five assists, the Bruins wreaked havoc on the Sharks on the defensive end. UCLA won the rebounding margin 37 to 22 and recorded 18 steals as Shanghai committed 23 turnovers.
The game completed the Bruins' three-game tour in China, and perhaps one of the bigger storylines was the play of UCLA's least-heralded freshman, Jordan Adams. On Monday, Adams had a coming-out party with 20 points to lead the Bruins, and he followed that up with 18 points on Tuesday.
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