Nov. 16, 2004
SEASON OPENERS - Since 2000-01, UCLA is 2-2 in season openers. Last season, Howland's first, UCLA defeated Vermont 68-67 in Pauley Pavilion to open the 2003-04 campaign. Howland has won his last five season openers, 1-0 at UCLA and 4-0 at Pittsburgh.
UCLA STAFF - Joining Howland are assistant coaches, all entering their second season - Donny Daniels, who was head coach at CS Fullerton for three seasons (2000-03); Ernie Zeigler, who for two years (2002-03) served on Howland's Pittsburgh staff and Kerry Keating, who for two seasons (2002-03) was at Tennessee under Buzz Peterson, along with Director of Operations Chris Carlson, who two seasons (2002-03) served in the same capacity for Howland at Pittsburgh.
UCLA'S LAST GAMES
The Bruins won both their home exhibition games - beating Simon Fraser (Canada) 97-48 on Nov. 5 and Monterrey Tech 80-48 on Nov. 11.
CHICAGO STATE (Overall 0-0/Mid-Continent Conference 0-0)
CSU STARTING LINEUP (2003-04 Stats)
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HEAD COACH KEVIN JONES - is 12-32 at CSU as the Cougars' head coach.
THE COUGARS - Won both of their exhibition games- beating Central State (OH) 91-80 on Nov. 12 and Robert Morris 92-83 on Nov. 4. CSU was picked to finish in a tie for fifth-place in the Mid-Continent Conference preseason poll. Last season, Chicago State finished 12-20 overall and 9-7 in the Mid-Con. The Cougars' leading scorer from last season, 6-3 senior Craig Franklin, is not eligible until CSU's sixth game this season, vs. Minnesota (Dec. 15).
SERIES HISTORY - This is the first meeting between the two schools.
INJURY UPDATE - senior Cedric Bozeman, UCLA's starting point guard the last three seasons who in 2004 led the Pac-10 in assists, on Nov. 10 underwent a successful two-and-one-half hour arthroscopic procedure to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee that was injured during practice on Nov. 4. Bruin team physician Dr. Gerald Finerman performed the surgery at the UCLA/Santa Monica Hospital. Recovery from this type of injury is usually in the eight-month range. Since he has never redshirted, Bozeman, a 6-6, 207-pounder from Santa Ana (Mater Dei HS), said he wants to return for the 2005-06 season.
On Oct. 20 during a scrimmage, senior Dijon Thompson suffered a cut to his right hand/shooting hand. The cut was located in the webbing between his index and middle fingers (the cut took four stitches). The stitches came out on Nov. 5 and Thompson did not miss any significant practice time.
PAC-10 MEDIA DAY-BRUINS SELECTED FIFTH IN PRESEASON VOTE - Nov. 4 was Pac-10 Media Day at the LAX Hilton. According to a poll of media members who cover Pac-10 men's basketball, Arizona was picked to win the 2005 conference title, the Bruins were selected fifth. Here's the vote total -1. Arizona (19) 253, 2. Washington (7) 237, 3. Stanford 194, 4. Oregon 167, 5. UCLA 156, 6. USC 116, 7. California 87, 8. Oregon State 86, 9. Washington State 73, 10. Arizona State 64.
FRESHMAN STARTING GUARDS - This will be the third time since 1980 that the Bruins will start a pair of freshmen at the guard positions (Jordan Farmar/Arron Afflalo). The last time was the 1997-98 season (Baron Davis/Earl Watson) and before that, the 1979-80 season (Michael Holton/Rod Foster).
THE WOODEN CLASSIC - UCLA's appearance in the 2004 Wooden Classic will be its eighth, with an overall mark of 5-2. On Sunday, Dec. 5 at the Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim, UCLA will play Boston College (4 p.m.) and Arizona will face Mississippi State (1:30 p.m.).
UCLA in the John R. Wooden Classic (5-2)
2003-04(L) - No. 9 Kentucky 52, UCLA 50
2001-02(W)-No. 20 UCLA 79, No. 16 Alabama 57
2000-01(L)-Georgia Tech 72, UCLA 67
1998-99(W)-No. 18 UCLA 69,No. 11 Okla. St. 66
1997-98(W)-No. 15 UCLA 69,No. 8 New Mex. 58
1995-96(W)-UCLA 73, No. 20 Maryland 63
1994-95(W)-No. 2 UCLA 82, No. 7 Kentucky 81
On Nov. 30, 2002 in Indianapolis, No. 14 UCLA's 84-73 loss to No. 4 Duke was the Bruins' first appearance in the third-annual Wooden Tradition.
UCLA REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE - Eight teams on this year's Bruin schedule advanced to postseason play in 2004 - five in the NCAA Tournament (nonconference teams Boston College and Michigan State, along with league foes Stanford, Arizona and Washington) and three in the NIT (nonleague opponents Michigan, the 2004 NIT champion and Notre Dame, along with Pac-10 opponent Oregon, an NIT Final Four participant).
In the 2004-05 AP Preseason Top 25, the Bruins will play four ranked teams - No. 10 Arizona, No. 13 Michigan State, No. 20 Notre Dame and No. 22 Washington.
PRESEASON HONORS - Here's a list of the Bruin preseason team and individual honors.
-Athlon - Team-postseason prediction/NIT/5th in Pac-10. Individual - Dijon Thompson, 2nd team All-Pac-10. Rated UCLA's incoming freshman recruiting class No. 1 in the Pac-10/No. 5 USA (Bruin recruit ratings - No. 4 Jordan Farmar, No. 25 Lorenzo Mata, No. 54 Arron Afflalo, No. 55 Josh Shipp).
-Basketball News -Team - No. 51 in the U. S./4th in the Pac-10. Individual - Dijon Thompson, 2nd team All-Pac-10. Rated UCLA's incoming freshman recruiting class No. 1 in the Pac-10/No. 6 in the U. S. (Bruin recruit ratings-No. 20 Jordan Farmar, No. 25 Arron Afflalo).
-Lindy's - Team - 6th in the Pac-10. Individual - Dijon Thompson, third-team All-Pac-10; Jordan Farmar, No. 4 Fabulous Freshman in the U. S./Pac-10 Newcomer of the Year. Rated UCLA's incoming freshman recruiting class No. 1 in the Pac-10/No. 4 in the U. S.
-Street & Smith's - Team- No. 7 in the Pac-10. Rated UCLA's incoming freshman recruiting class No. 1 in the Pac-10.
-The Sporting News - Team-5th in the Pac-10. Individual - Dijon Thompson, No. 14 small forward in the U. S./second-team All-Pac-10. Jordan Farmar, No. 13 top freshman in the U. S. Rated UCLA's incoming freshman recruiting class No. 1 in the Pac-10.
Alfred Aboya, Darren Collison, Luc Richard Mbaha Moute, Michael Roll, Ryan Wright
Five players considered to be among the Top 150 high school performers in North America have signed National-Letters-of Intent to attend UCLA - 6-8, 242 pound Alfred Aboya (Tilton Prep Academy/Tilton NH), 6-0, 165-pound point guard Darren Collison (Etiwanda HS/Rancho Cucamonga, CA), 6-5 195-pound guard/forward Michael Roll (Aliso Niguel HS/Aliso Viejo, CA), 6-7, 215-pound Luc Richard Mbaha Moute (Montverde Academy/Montverde, FL) and 6-9 225-pound center/forward Ryan Wright (Loyola Catholic HS/Mississauga, Ontario, Canada). All will be freshmen at UCLA next fall.
Rated the No. 18 center in the U. S. by Athlon, Aboya's other preseason honors include - Street & Smith's High Honorable Mention All-American, Lindy's No. 89 player in the U. S., The Sporting News' No. 91, Scout.com No. 92 and Basketball News' No. 100.
As a junior in 2004, Aboya led Tilton Prep to the New Hampshire Class B State title. He averaged 22.0 points and 12.0 rebounds as an inside player for coach Scott Willard.
From the African republic of Cameroon, he has played for the Cameroon National team.
"I'm very pleased with Alfred's commitment,"Bruin head coach Ben Howland said. "He was the last of our five commitments. He's a very gifted athlete at 6-9 and 242 pounds. He's tough, physical and athletic. As he continues to develop, he's going to be a very good player."
Luc Richard Mbaha Moute
A good rebounder and defender with exceptional quickness, Mbaha Moute is a Street & Smith's Honorable Mention All-American, a Scout. Com Top 150 and rated the No. 15 prospect in Florida by FloridaHoops.com
Last summer, Mbaha Moute improved his perimeter play and he can play either guard position or small forward.
As a junior honor roll student in 2004 at the Montverde Academy, he averaged 12.0 points a game for coach Kevin Sutton.
Mbaha Moute, who came to the U. S. last season from the African republic of Cameroon, is slated to be a prince in his village after he graduates from UCLA.
"At 6-7, Luc has a long wing span and he is very athletic," Howland said. "He has good ball-handling skills, can pass and shoot the basketball. He has a chance to be an outstanding defender, who could guard three positions - the point, off-guard and wing. He's extremely versatile."
A pure point guard, Collison enters 2004-05 as the No. 2 point guard in the West by insider.com. His other preseason honors include - Street & Smith's High Honorable Mention All-American, The Sporting News' No. 96 Player in the U. S. and second-team Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West.
Last summer, Collison competed for the West team (1-4) at the 2004 USA Men's Basketball Men's Youth Development Festival in Colorado Springs, CO. He appeared in five games (two starts) and averaged 21.6 minutes, 9.6 points, 2.4 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.2 steals, and shot .409 (18-44) from the field, .348 (8-23) from three-point range and .800 (4-5) from the foul line.
As a junior last season, Collison helped Etiwanda HS to a 31-3 overall record (No. 23 in the U. S.), 10-0 in the Baseline League and to the southern CA Regional final. In the final, Fairfax, led by current Bruin freshman Josh Shipp's 33 points, defeated Etiwanda 75-68OT. Fairfax went on to win the 2004 CA State Div. I Championship. In the Southern CA Regional semifinals, Etiwanda defeated Taft, led by current Bruin freshman Jordan Farmar, who scored 38 points in the loss.
The Div. 1-AA All-CIF Southern Section co-Player of the Year and an All-Area selection in 2004, Collison averaged a team-high 15.6 points and 5.4 assists for coach Dave Kleckner.
"Darren is an outstanding point guard," Howland said. "He's quick and fast. He has a feel for the game, with good passing abilities and court vision. He's a good on-ball defender with quick hands. He has a bright future in our program."
One of the premeir shooters in the western USA, Roll was recently named second-team Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West. Last summer, Roll was impressive at the adidas Superstar Camp in Suwanee, GA.
As a junior in 2004, Roll helped lead Aliso Niguel HS to a 17-11 record. He led his team in three-point shooting and averaged 17.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists for coach Keith Barnett.
A two-time All-Sea View League performer, as a sophomore in 2003, Roll averaged 13.0 points and in the CIF Playoffs, he averaged 20.0 points a contest.
"Michael is tough and hard-nosed," said Howland. "He's a good shooter who understands the game. He has an excellent work ethic. Michael is a solid player with a promising future as a Bruin."
A fleet-footed big man who is a great leaper, Wright is rated the No. 15 power forward and No. 54 overall by Rivals.com. His other preseason honors include - No. 50 HoopScoop, No. 52 Scout.com, No. 53 TheInsidersHoops.com and No. 54 Future Stars.
Last summer, Wright was the top prospect at the Nike All-Canada Camp and played well at the NBA Players Association Camp in Richmond, VA.
Wright, who grew up in Toronto and moved to the suburb of Mississauga, in 2004 averaged 17.0 points and 10.0 rebounds for coach Tony Santafonte. Regarded as a top Canadian Junior player, Wright is a potential 2008 Canada Olympic team candidate.
"Ryan has outstanding athletic talents," Howland said. "His ability to run and jump, at his size, is as good as any player of his size in the country. He has good hands and can block shots. I like his upside and as he develops, he has a chance to be a special player."
"I am happy with this year's class," said Howland. "I think we filled our team's needs with quality players, as well as outstanding young men who will be joining our program."
GAIL GOODRICH JERSEY NUMBER (25) RETIREMENT/PAC-10 HALL OF HONOR - On Saturday, Dec. 18, when UCLA hosts Michigan at 2 p.m. in Pauley Pavilion, Bruin great Gail Goodrich will have his jersey number (25) retired in a halftime ceremony. The leading scorer on UCLA's 1964 (21.5) and 1965 (24.8) first two NCAA Championship teams under legendary head coach John Wooden, Goodrich earned All-American honors in 1965. In UCLA's 1965 NCAA title 91-80 win over Michigan, Goodrich scored 42 points, then a school record and NCAA Championship game record. In Goodrich's 14-year NBA career, he was a five-time NBA All-Star and in 1972, he was the leading scorer (25.9) on the LA Lakers' NBA Championship team, a squad that set the NBA record for consecutive regular season wins (33). A charter member (1984) of the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame, Goodrich in 1996 was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. He will be the seventh UCLA men's basketball player to have his jersey number retired, joining - 31 Ed O'Bannon, 32 Bill Walton, 33 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Lew Alcindor), 35 Sidney Wicks, 42 Walt Hazzard and 54 Marques Johnson.
Goodrich will also be UCLA's nominee for the 2005 Pac 10 Hall of Honor (March 9 at a dinner in Los Angeles). He will be joined by - Pete Williams (Arizona), Joe Caldwell (Arizona State), Darrall Imhoff (California), Blair Rasmussen (Oregon), Ed Lewis (Oregon State), Rich Kelley (Stanford), John Rudometkin (USC), Jack Nichols (Washington) and Gene Conley (Washington State).
Goodrich will be UCLA's fourth inductee into the prestigious Pac-10 Hall of Honor (joining 2002 charter member John Wooden, 2003 inductee Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and 2004 inductee Walt Hazzard).
BIBBY, SLAUGHTER INDUCTED INTO UCLA ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME - At a dinner on Oct. 8, Bruin basketball greats Henry Bibby and Fred Slaughter were among eight former UCLA athletes (Class of 2004) who were inducted into the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame (they were also introduced at halftime of the UCLA-Arizona football game at the Rose Bowl on Oct. 9). Under legendary Bruin coach John Wooden, Henry Bibby, the current USC coach, was a three-year starting guard on three (1970-72) UCLA NCAA Championship teams. He earned All-American honors as a senior in 1972. Under Coach Wooden, Fred Slaughter was a three-year starter (1962-64) at center who played on UCLA's first NCAA Championship team (1964).
UCLA HEAD COACH Ben Howland
UCLA Head Coach Ben Howland
10-Year Head Coaching Career
2003-04 (UCLA) 11-17 (T-7th place in Pac-10)
2002-03 (PITT) 28-5 (NCAA Sweet 16)
2001-02 (PITT) 29-6 (NCAA Sweet 16)
2000-01 (PITT) 19-14 (NIT)
1999-00 (PITT) 13-15
1998-99 (NAU) 21-8 (ledU.S.inFG%/3PTFG%)
1997-98 (NAU) 21-8 (NCAA Tournament)
1996-97 (NAU) 21-7 (Big Sky Reg. Sea. Champ)
1995-96 (NAU) 7-19
1994-95 (NAU) 9-17
Totals 179-116(60.7,295 games) Ben Howland is in his second season as UCLA's head coach. Here's a quick year-by-year review of his Div. I collegiate head coaching career.
2003-04 (UCLA)- In Howland's first year at UCLA, highlights included a 9-3 start (5-0 in the Pac-10), wins over NCAA Tournament teams Michigan State, Washington (twice) and Vermont and an appearance in the Pac-10 Tournament.
2002-03 (Pittsburgh) - led the Panthers to its second consecutive NCAA "Sweet 16", to the school's first ever Big East Tournament title and second consecutive Big East West crown.
2001-02 (Pittsburgh) - Consensus National Coach of the Year, leading the Panthers to a school record 29 victories, NCAA "Sweet 16", Big East West title and Big East Tournament Championship game.
2000-01 (Pittsburgh) - Pitt advanced to the second round of the NIT and to the Big East Tournament Championship game.
1999-00 (Pittsburgh) - first season at Pitt.
1998-99 (Northern Arizona) - first team in NCAA history to lead the NCAA in both FG% (52.3) and 3-PT FG% (44.5).
1997-98 (Northern Arizona) - led NAU to first-ever NCAA Tournament bid and to the Big Sky regular and postseason titles. Led nation in 3-PT FG% (43.0), second in FG% (52.3).
1996-97 (Northern Arizona) - orchestrated the 10th best single-season turnaround in NCAA history. Big Sky regular season champion and led nation in 3-PT FG% (4.19) and second in FG% (51.6).
1995-96 (Northern Arizona) - second year at NAU.
1994-95 (Northern Arizona) - first year at NAU.
HOWLAND PRESS CONFERENCES - held (most Tuesdays) in the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame Press Room at 1:30 p.m./following Howland, Bruin players will be available in the press room at 2 p.m.. Here's the schedule - Nov. 16, Nov. 24, Dec. 3 (2 p.m./Wooden Classic Press Conference/Anaheim Marriott,Salon C & D)., Dec. 7, Dec. 14 (last press conference before holiday break/because of final exams (Dec. 13-17), players will not be available to the media), Dec. 28, Jan. 4, Jan. 11, Jan. 18, Jan. 25, Feb. 1, Feb. 8, Feb. 15, Feb. 22, March 1, March 8
HOWLAND/PAC-10 WEEKLY HEAD COACHES MEDIA TELECONFERENCE CALL - Beginning on Tuesday, Dec. 28 (and every Tuesday during the regular season/last call Tuesday, March 9). It begins at 10:30 a.m. through 11:47 a.m. (Howland is 11:47-11:55 a.m.). The media telephone number is 913-981-5532(taped replay-402-222-9927).
UCLA VS. NO. 1 - UCLA's 96-89OT victory over No. 1 Arizona on Mar. 13, 2003, in the first round of the Pac-10 Tournament, was the fourth over a top-ranked team in as many years. On Jan. 12, 2002, UCLA defeated No. 1 Kansas, 87-77, at Pauley Pavilion. On Feb. 3, 2001, UCLA's 79-73 victory over No. 1 Stanford, the last undefeated team at the time, was its second against the No. 1 team in the nation in less than one year. Its victory over No. 1 Stanford on March 4, 2000 was the school's first over a No. 1 team since Dec. 1, 1986, when the Bruins defeated No. 1 North Carolina, 89-84 at Pauley Pavilion. The last time UCLA defeated a No. 1 team that late in the season was in 1980, when the Bruins upset DePaul in the second round of the NCAA Tournament en route to the title game against Louisville.
UCLA has defeated the nation's No. 1 team on the Associated Press poll on 10 occasions, ranking first on the all-time list along with North Carolina. Behind the Bruins and the Tar Heels - Maryland (9), Duke (8), Oklahoma/Georgia Tech (7) and Kentucky,/Notre Dame/Ohio State (6).
In Bruin history, during the regular season, UCLA is 7-12 vs. the No. 1 team, including this season's 73-60 loss to Stanford in Pauley Pavilion and last year's overtime win vs. Arizona in the Pac-10 Tournament. In the NCAA Tournament, the Bruins have a record of 3-6 vs. the nation's No. 1 ranked team, including UCLA's 76-63 loss to Duke in the 2001 NCAA East Region "Sweet 16".
UCLA Wins Over No. 1
Mar. 13, 2003 - UCLA 96, No. 1 Arizona 89 (OT) (Pac-10 Quarterfinals)
Jan. 12, 2002 - at UCLA 87, No. 1 Kansas 77
Feb. 3, 2001- UCLA 79, at No. 1 Stanford 73
March 4, 2000-UCLA 94, at No. 1 Stanford 93 (OT)
Dec. 1, 1986-at UCLA 89, No. 1 North Carolina 84
March 9, 1980-UCLA 77, No. 1 DePaul 71 (NCAA Second Round)
Feb. 11, 1979-UCLA 56, at No. 1 Notre Dame 52
Jan. 26, 1974-at UCLA 94, No. 1 Notre Dame 75
March 22, 1968 UCLA 101, No. 1 Houston 69 (NCAA Semi-final)
March 20, 1965-UCLA 91, No. 1 Mich. 80(NCAA Final)
PAULEY PAVILION (12,819) - Pauley is in its 40th season as the home of Bruin basketball. UCLA's all-time Pauley Pavilion record is 537-81 (618 games, 86.9). The Bruins were 9-6 in Pauley in 2003-04 and 5-10 in 2002-03. UCLA's overtime win vs. No. 18 Cal on Feb. 20, 2003 was UCLA's 600th game in Pauley Pavilion. The win over Washington on March 11, 2000 was UCLA's 500th victory on its home court. On Feb. 19, 1997 in UCLA's 82-60 win over USC, the largest crowd in Pauley Pavilion history watched that game (13,382; previous high was 13,037 vs. Oregon, 3/11/95). Then, four days later (Feb. 23, 1997) in the 73-69 win over Duke, UCLA set a new attendance record 13,478, breaking the old one by 96. The last time the Bruins were unbeaten at home for a regular season was in 1994-95 (15-0, California did beat UCLA at home that season but later forfeited the game). The Bruins finished 1998-99 at Pauley 15-1 (losing only to Stanford). On Dec. 20, 2003, the playing floor in Pauley Pavilion was dedicated "Nell and John Wooden Court".
UCLA HISTORY - Entering 2004-05 (85 years), the Bruins have an overall school record of 1,536-691 (2,227 games, .690).
UCLA's 11 NCAA Championships is an NCAA record (Kentucky is second with seven), UCLA has been to 14 Final Fours (Kentucky 13) and the Bruins are second in NCAA Tournament appearances (36, Kentucky is first with 44). In NCAA play, the Bruins are also second in victories (85) and winning percentage (.733).
BRUINS IN THE NBA
The Bruins had 11 players on Fall Camp 2004-05 rosters (nine on regular season rosters): Trevor Ariza (New York Knicks, rookie season); Matt Barnes (Sacramento Kings, second season, spent last season with the Los Angeles Clippers); Mitchell Butler (waived-Denver Nuggets, ninth season); Baron Davis (New Orleans Hornets, sixth season); Dan Gadzuric (Milwaukee Bucks, third season); Jason Kapono (Charlotte Bobcats, second season, spent his rookie season with the Cleveland Cavaliers); Jelani McCoy (waived-Milwaukee Bucks/picked up by Atlanta Hawks, sixth season); Reggie Miller (injured-Indiana Pacers, 18th season); Jerome Moiso (Toronto Raptors, fifth season); Tracy Murray (waived-NY Knicks, 13th season, spent last year with Portland Trail Blazers) and Earl Watson (Memphis Grizzlies, fourth season).
FINAL 2003-04 STATISTICS
UCLA'S PAC-10 STATS (April 1, all games)
TEAM- Scoring Offense-9th, 66.5; Scoring Defense-4th, 70.0; Scoring Margin-10th, -3.5; FT %-9th, 64.2; FG %-4th, 46.2; FG % Def.-2nd, 43.3; 3-Pt. FG %-8th, 32.9; 3-Pt. FGs Made-9th, 4.54; 3-Pt. FG % Def.-5th, 35.5; Reb. Off.-8th, 34.5; Reb. Def.- 3rd, 33.0; Reb. Margin-4th, +1.5; Blkd Shots-7th, 2.61; Assts-6th, 14.43; Stls-10th, 4.54; TO Margin-10th, -3.29; Asst/TO Ratio-9th, 0.91; Off. Reb.- 8th, 11.14; Def. Reb.-6th, 23.32.
TEAM HIGH LEADERS - FG% - UCLA (66.0, 33-50) at Arizona, 2/14/04
UCLA INDIVIDUAL PAC-10 LEADERS - Scoring -- Dijon Thompson, 11th, 14.4; Rebounding - ; FG% - ; Assists - Cedric Bozeman, 1st, 5.54; FT% -; Steals - ; 3pt. FG% -; 3pt. FGs -; Blocked Shots - Ryan Hollins, 8th, 1.00; Assist/TO Ratio - Cedric Bozeman, 5th, 1.85; Off. Rebs. - ; Def. Rebs. - .
INDIVIDUAL HIGH LEADERS - 3pt FGs - 7(tied), Dijon Thompson vs. OSU (3/4).
SPECIAL TEAM STATS (28 Games)
HALFTIME - UCLA was 2-12 when it trailed at halftime and 9-5 when it led at halftime.
REBOUNDING - UCLA was 10-3 when it outrebounded its opponent (California,h, Washington,h, ASU,h, WSU,a, Oregon,h, Oregon State,h, Michigan State, Loyola, Vermont, UC Riverside/lost to Washington (Pac-10), at Oregon, at Michigan), 0-11 when it was outrebounded (at OSU, at USC, Stanford,h, at Arizona, at ASU, at St. John's, USC,h, at Stanford, Arizona, UCSB, Kentucky) and 1-3 when the rebounding was even (defeating Washington,a and losing to Notre Dame, Washington State, h and at California).
FG % - UCLA was 10-6 when it outshot its opponent , 1-10 when it was outshot and 0-1 when the teams were even.
3 PT FG% - UCLA was 6-5 (lost to Washington (Pac-10), at OSU, at USC, at ASU, at Stanford) when it outshot its opponent and 5-12 when it was outshot.
FT% - UCLA was 1-6 when it outshot its opponent, 10-10 when it was outshot and 0-1 when the percentage was even.
TOs - UCLA was 1-1 when it had fewer turnovers than its opponent, 7-13 when it had more and 3-3 when it was even.
5 MIN. MARK - UCLA was 9-3 (lost to Washington (Pac-10) at Oregon, at ASU) when it led with five minutes remaining in regulation and 2-14 when it trailed at the five-minute mark.