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Bruins in the NBA - Week Three
Courtesy: UCLA Athletics  
Release:  01/17/2012

Jan. 17, 2012

UCLA basketball has 14 players currently in the NBA. Each week, uclabruins.com will update these players' progress during the NBA season. Games highlighted are from Jan. 9-15.

Arron Afflalo (fifth NBA season, third with Denver Nuggets, Western Conference/NW Div., 8-5, 3rd place)
Jan. 9 - New Orleans 94, at Denver 81
Started, played 34 minutes, with 13 points (2-8 FG, 1-5 3PTFG, 1-1 FT), 3 AST, 1 STL, 1 BLK
Jan. 11 - at Denver 123, New Jersey 115 (Nuggets shot 59.5 FG% (44-74), Nets shot .571 3PTFG% (20-35)
Started, played 29 minutes, with 19 points (6-14, 4-6, 3-4), 3 RB, 1 AST
Jan. 13 - at Denver 117, Miami 104
Started, played 20 minutes, with 8 points (3-8, 2-3, 0-0), 2 RB, 3 AST, 1 BLK, 1 STL
Jan. 15 - Utah 106, at Denver 96
Started, played 35 minutes, with 16 points (4-10, 2-4, 6-10), team-high 8 rebounds, 1 STL
Afflalo Season Stats: 13G/13GS, 29.1MIN, 2.9RB, 1.5AST, 11.9PPG

Trevor Ariza (eighth NBA season, second with New Orleans, Western Conference/SW Div., 3-9, fifth place)
Ariza has missed the last 7 games with a groin strain, has not played since Jan. 2.
Ariza Season Stats: 5G/5GS, 31.4MIN, 5.4RB, 2.0AST, 1.2STL, 9.8PPG

Matt Barnes (ninth NBA season, second with Los Angeles Lakers, Western Conference/Pacific Div., 9-5, 2nd place)
Jan. 10 - at Lakers 99, Phoenix 83
Started, played 28 minutes, with 4 points (2-5FG, 0-2 3PTFG, 0-0FT), 7 RB, 7 AST
Jan. 11 - Lakers 90, at Utah 87 (OT) (Lakers get season's first road victory)
Started, played 27 minutes, with 11 points (5-6, 1-1, 0-0), 7 RB, 1 AST, 1 STL
Jan. 13 - at Lakers 97, Cleveland 92
Started, played 31 minutes, with 15 points (5-10, 0-2, 5-5), 4 RB, 3 AST, 1 BLK
Jan. 14 - at LA Clippers 102, Lakers 94 (Lakers winning streak ends at 5 games)
Started, played 24 minutes, with 6 points (1-6, 0-0, 4-4), 2 REB, 2 AST
Barnes Season Stats: 12G/10GS, 24.1MIN, 5.2RB, 2.2AST, 8.4PPG

Darren Collison (third NBA season, second with Indiana, Eastern Conference/Central Div., 9-3, 2nd place)
Jan. 9 - at Philadelphia 96, Indiana 86
Started, played 35 minutes, with 8 points (2-11FG, 0-2 3PTFG, 4-5FT), 3 RB, 4AST, 1 STL
Jan. 11 - at Indiana 96, Atlanta 84
Started, played 27 minutes, with 8 points (3-9, 2-3, 0-0), 3 RB, game-high 6 AST, 1 STL
Jan. 13 - Indiana 95, at Toronto 90 (Pacers have won four of five games)
Started, played 38 minutes, with 9 points (2-9, 0-1, 5-6), 5 rebounds, team-high 5 AST
Jan. 14 - at Indiana 97, Boston 83 (Pacers 3rd consecutive win, 5-0 at home)
Started, played 31 minutes, with 17 points (6-11, 1-3, 4-4), 4 rebounds, team-high 4 AST
Collison Season Stats: 12G/12GS, 33.0MPG, 3.1RB, 5.3AST, 11.1PPG

Baron Davis (13th NBA season, first with New York Knicks, Eastern Conference/Atlantic Div., 6-6 second-place)
Davis is sidelined indefinitely with a bulging back disc

Jordan Farmar (sixth NBA season, second with New Jersey Nets, Eastern Conference/Atlantic Div., 3-10, 5th place)
Jan. 9 - Atlanta 106, at New Jersey 101 (lost to Atlanta for third time this season, NJ is 0-4 at home)
Played 20 minutes, with 7 points (2-4FG, 0-0 3PTFG, 3-4FT), 4 RB, 3 AST, 2 STL
Jan. 11 - at Denver 123, New Jersey 115
Played 22 minutes, with a game-high 26 points (9-14, 6-8, 2-2), 2 RB, 3 AST, 2 STL (shot .750 (6-8) from 3-point range)
Jan. 13 - New Jersey 110, at Phoenix 103
Played 19 minutes, with 10 points (3-7, 2-3, 2-2), 2 RB, 1 AST, 1 STL
Jan. 14 - at Utah 107, New Jersey 94
Played 22 minutes, with 13 points (5-11, 3-7, 0-0), 0 RB, 4 AST
Farmar Season Stats: 11G, 16.4MIN, 1.3RB, 2.6AST, 8.5PPG

Jrue Holiday (third NBA season, third with Philadelphia 76ers, Eastern Conference/Atlantic Div., 9-3, 1st place)
Jan. 8 - at Philadelphia 96, Indiana 86 (fifth straight win for 76ers, best start at 6-2 since 10-0/2000-01)
Started, played 38 minutes, with 12 points (4-12FG, 1-3 3PTFG, 3-3FT), 2 RB, 2 AST, 1 BLK, 3 STL
Jan. 10 - at Philadelphia 112, Sacramento 85 (sixth consecutive win, best start (7-2) since opening 2000-01 with an unbeaten 10-0 record; that team advanced to the NBA Finals).
Started, played 32 minutes, with 17 points (8-13FG, 1-2 3PTFG, 0-0FT), 6RB, 8AST, 4 STL
Jan. 11 - at New York 85, Philadelphia 79 (snapped 76ers six-game winning streak)
Started, played 39 minutes, with 13 points (6-13, 1-4, 0-0), 3 RB, 4 AST, 2 STL
Jan. 13 - at Philadelphia 120, Washington 89 (76ers are 5-0 at home)
Started, played 27 minutes, with 12 points (5-15, 1-3, 1-2), 3 RB, 2 AST, 1 STL
Jan. 14 - Philadelphia 103, at Washington 90 (76ers eighth win in nine games)
Started, played 39 minutes, with 13 points (5-17, 0-0, 3-3), 3 RB, 2 AST, 1 STL
Holiday Season Stats: 12G/12GS, 34.9MIN, 3.1RB, 4.3AST, 1.6ST, 14.3PPG

Ryan Hollins (sixth NBA season, second with Cleveland Cavaliers, Eastern Conference/Central Div., 5-6, 3rd place)
Hollins has not played in the last four games, his last appearance was Jan. 6.
Hollins Season Stats: 4G, 12.5MIN, 2.0RB, 1.0BLK, 2.0PPG

Jason Kapono (ninth NBA season, first with the Los Angeles Lakers, Western Conference/Pacific Div., 9-5, 2nd place)
Jan. 10 - at Lakers 99, Phoenix 83
DNP - Kapono was not with the team because his wife Ashley gave birth to their twin daughters, Isla and Campbell
Jan. 11 - Lakers 90, at Utah 87 (OT) (DNP)
Jan. 13 - at Lakers 97, Cleveland 92
Played 4 minutes, with 0 points, 0 rebounds
Jan. 14 - at LA Clippers 102, Lakers 94
Played 9 minutes, with 2 points (1-2, 0-0, 0-0), 0 RB
Kapono Season Stats: 9G, 12.2MIN, 3.3PPG

Malcolm Lee (first NBA season, second round draft selection by Chicago Bulls, traded to Minnesota Timberwolves, Western Conference/NW Div., 4-8, 5th place)
Lee is sidelined indefinitely with a torn meniscus (left knee)

Kevin Love (fourth NBA season with Minnesota Timberwolves, Western Conference/NW Div., 4-8, 5th place)
Jan. 9 - at Toronto 97, Minnesota 87
Started, played 36 minutes, with 13 points (3-16FG, 2-4 3PTFG, 5-10FT), game-high 14 rebounds, 1 AST
Jan. 10 - Chicago 111, at Minnesota 100
Started, played 39 minutes, with 20 points (5-18, 3-8, 7-7), game-high 13 rebounds (10th consecutive double-double), 2 AST
Jan. 13 - Minnesota 87, at New Orleans 80
Started, played 42 minutes, with a game-high 34 points (8-17, 0-0, 17-18) and 15 rebounds, 1 AST, 3 BLK
Jan. 14 - at Atlanta 93, Minnesota 91
Started, played 40 minutes, with a game-high 30 points (12-26, 0-4, 6-6) and 13 rebounds (12th consecutive double-double), 2AST, 1 BLK, 2 STL
Love Season Stats: 12G/12GS, 39.5MIN, 14.6RB, 1.8AST, 1.0STL, 25.0PPG. After 11 games, Love was the NBA's 6th leading scorer (24.5 ppg) and 2nd leading rebounder (14.7rpg)

Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (fourth NBA season with Milwaukee Bucks, Eastern Conference/Central Div., 4-7, 4th place)
Has missed the last 6 games with right knee tendonitis; his last appearance was Jan. 3.
Mbah a Moute Season Stats: 2G, 17.0MIN, 4.0RB, 1.0BLK, 4.0PPG

Earl Watson (11th NBA season, second with the Utah Jazz, Western Conference/NW Div., 8-4, 2nd place)
Jan. 10 - at Utah 113, Cleveland 105
Played 14 minutes, with 3 points (1-2FG, 1-1 3PTFG, 0-0 FT), 2 RB, 5 AST, 1 BLK, 1 STL
Jan. 11 - Lakers 90, at Utah 87 (OT)
Played 22 minutes, with 4 points (0-4, 0-2, 4-4), 3 RB, 4 AST
Jan. 14 - at Utah 107, New Jersey 94
Played 19 minutes, with 4 points (2-4, 0-1, 0-0), 4 RB, game-high tying 6 AST, 1 STL
Jan. 15 - Utah 106, at Denver 96 (Jazz has won 7 of last 8 games/second road win of the season)
Played 22 minutes, with 4 points (2-2, 0-0, 0-0), 2 RB, team-high tying 7 AST, 1 STL
Watson Season Stats: 12G, 20.5MIN, 2.0RB, 4.7AST, 3.7PPG

Russell Westbrook (fourth NBA season with Oklahoma City Thunder, Western Conference/NW Div., 11-2, 1st place)
Jan. 10 - Oklahoma City 100, at Memphis 95
Started, played 37 minutes, with a game-high 30 points (12-20FG, 0-1 3PTFG, 6-10FT), 6 RB, 4 AST, 1 BLK
Jan. 11 - Oklahoma City 95, at New Orleans 85
Started, played 34 minutes, with 22 points (9-20, 0-2, 4-6), 2 RB, team-high 7 AST, 3 STL
Jan. 14 - at Oklahoma City 104, New York 92 (OKC wins sixth consecutive game)
Started, played 27 minutes, with 21 points (6-12, 2-3, 7-8), with a game-high 8 RB, 8 AST, 3 STL. After 12 games, Westbrook was the NBA's 14th leading scorer (18.8ppg)
Westbrook Season Stats: 13G/13GS, 32.4MIN, 4.8RB, 5.5AST, 1.6STL, 18.9PPG

Notes: USA Basketball released its 20 finalists for the U.S. Olympic Men's Basketball team that will compete this summer in London. Two of the finalists are Kevin Love (Minnesota Timberwolves) and Russell Westbrook (Oklahoma City Thunder). The official 12-man roster will be released later this year.

Five Bruins made the NBA All-Star ballot - guards Darren Collison (Indiana Pacers), Jrue Holiday (Philadelphia 76ers), Arron Afflalo (Denver Nuggets) and Russell Westbrook (Oklahoma City Thunder), along with forward Kevin Love (Minnesota Timberwolves). For voting and more information about the 61st NBA All-Star game to be held in Orlando, FL on Sunday, Feb. 26, click here.


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