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Each Wednesday throughout the season, a different Bruin player will answer five questions from the fans and their responses will be posted right here on UCLABRUINS.com. Submit as many questions as you would like and be sure to check back to see if your question was answered!

This week's featured player is Ray Young.


Dan Gadzuric


A Quick Look at Ray Young... He had started 10 consecutive games before coming off the bench against North Carolina ... Came off the bench to play 17 minutes vs. Iona, and scored a career-high (at the time) 17 points, including a career-best five of six from three-point range (the most three-pointers since Toby Bailey hit five vs. Arizona State on 1/16/97) ... Started against DePaul and contributed 15 points (5-15, 0-5, 5-9), a career-high tying six rebounds and three assists in 28 minutes.

In the Pearl Harbor Classic, he averaged 8.0 points and 2.7 rebounds while shooting .533 from the floor, .444 from three-point range and 1.000 from the free throw line.

On Jan 6, he contributed eight points (3-7, 1-2, 1-2), three rebounds and two assists in 22 minutes at Washington. On Jan. 8, he played just 15 minutes because of foul trouble and scored one point. On Jan. 12 against USC, he played 12 minutes and finished with one point, one assist and one steal. He came off the bench Saturday at North Carolina (Jan. 15) and had one rebound and one assist in six minutes. On Jan. 20 against Arizona, he played just 10 minutes and finished with one rebound.

On Jan. 22 against Arizona State, he played 27 minutes off the bench and contributed 10 points (4-8, 2-4, 0-0), three rebounds and two assists and had an outstanding defensive effort against Eddie House, who scored just six points (scored 18 for the game, he can into the contest averaging 23.7) in the final 34 minutes of the game.

On. Jan. 27 at Oregon State, he came off the bench to produce the finest game of his career. Playing 32 minutes, he scored a career-high 22 points (8-11, 5-6, 1-2), recorded a career-high six assists and added three rebounds. It was the second time this season he made five three-point baskets. On Jan. 29 at Oregon, he played 27 minutes and finished with three rebounds, one steal and no points (he missed all eight of his shot attempts).

On Feb. 3 against Stanford, he played 23 minutes off the bench and finished with two points, two assists and one rebound. On Feb. 5 against California, he played 15 minutes off the bench and contributed four points (1-8, 0-3, 2-2) and two rebounds. On Feb. 9 against USC, he played 14 minutes off the bench and finished with six points (2-3, 1-2, 1-2), four rebounds, three steals and one assist. On Feb. 13 at Syracuse, he played 22 minutes and contributed eight points (4-5, 0-0) and four rebounds.

In 26 games, Young is averaging 21.1 minutes, 6.4 points and 2.7 rebounds and shooting 38.6 from the field and 34.7 (26-75, fourth on the team) from three-point range.

 

Bruin Responses

  • Erica Gomez
  • Jason Kapono
  • Janae Hubbard
  • Jerome Moiso
  • Carly Funicello
  • Dan Gadzuric
  • Michelle Greco

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