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UCLA (16 - 1) at COLORADO (10 - 6)
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UCLA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-1+7.810-79-892.845.453.4%
Road Games6-1+5.85-23-485.941.150.5%39.676.036.641.5%36.3
Last 5 Games4-1-0.10-52-383.043.648.2%
Conference Games3-1-0.10-42-
UCLA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)92.845.434-6453.4%10-2442.8%14-1972.6%40923167126
vs opponents surrendering71.433.625-5942.8%8-2234.9%14-1969.8%35913206134
Team Stats (Road Games)85.941.132-6350.5%11-2641.2%12-1769.5%40921176136
Stats Against (All Games)74.135.428-6840.5%8-2336.0%11-1666.7%361112197132
vs opponents averaging73.334.726-5944.2%7-1934.1%14-2169.2%371014196134
Stats Against (Road Games)76.036.628-6741.5%8-2434.1%12-1769.4%361114177122

COLORADO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games10-6-1.25-104-1174.233.243.7%39.469.031.440.0%35.6
Home Games7-1+12-51-675.534.743.6%42.964.427.637.1%35.9
Last 5 Games2-3-2.21-42-372.230.445.5%35.674.434.443.5%34.2
Conference Games0-3-3.21-22-
COLORADO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)74.233.225-5843.7%7-2132.8%17-2471.1%391013194135
vs opponents surrendering71.833.225-5942.3%8-2333.3%14-2070.8%35814196133
Team Stats (Home Games)75.534.724-5543.6%7-1934.9%21-3068.7%431014174135
Stats Against (All Games)69.031.424-6040.0%7-2232.0%14-2072.5%36812236113
vs opponents averaging75.53527-5945.0%8-2235.7%15-2072.8%37914196134
Stats Against (Home Games)64.427.622-6137.1%7-2429.0%12-1966.4%36711266113
Average power rating of opponents played: UCLA 78.2,  COLORADO 75
UCLA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/27/2016*TEXAS A&M74-67W-6W150U28-5947.5%421526-6540.0%3612
12/3/2016@ KENTUCKY97-92W10.5W175.5O35-6653.0%411833-8041.2%389
12/14/2016UC-SANTA BARBARA102-62W-30.5W164.5U39-7154.9%46825-8330.1%5014
12/17/2016*OHIO ST86-73W-8.5W162U31-6448.4%411529-6246.8%3118
12/21/2016W MICHIGAN82-68W-30L173.5U33-6650.0%391531-6944.9%3618
12/28/2016@ OREGON87-89L-1L163.5O34-6453.1%351430-6744.8%379
12/30/2016@ OREGON ST76-63W-21L150U26-5944.1%361022-5242.3%3316
1/12/2017@ COLORADO              
1/14/2017@ UTAH              
1/19/2017ARIZONA ST              
1/25/2017@ USC              
2/1/2017@ WASHINGTON ST              
2/4/2017@ WASHINGTON              

COLORADO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/30/2016COLORADO ST58-72L-13.5L138.5U19-5932.2%461420-5238.5%3710
12/3/2016@ PORTLAND76-63W-5W153U25-5843.1%381321-5240.4%2818
12/10/2016@ BYU71-79L4L162.5U24-6238.7%311126-5844.8%4616
12/17/2016FORT HAYES ST81-71W - -22-5143.1%401326-6540.0%3614
12/19/2016@ AIR FORCE75-68W-9L145.5U27-5054.0%331622-6136.1%3811
12/22/2016E WASHINGTON76-68W-17L145U23-5145.1%38923-6038.3%364
1/1/2017@ UTAH60-76L6.5L142U23-5740.4%331532-6152.5%3310
1/5/2017@ ARIZONA ST77-78L-1L152.5O27-5945.8%361229-6246.8%3210
1/7/2017@ ARIZONA73-82L11.5W134O27-6243.5%381524-5543.6%3211
1/18/2017@ WASHINGTON              
1/21/2017@ WASHINGTON ST              
1/26/2017OREGON ST              
2/2/2017@ STANFORD              
UCLA: Last season: 15-17.
Nickname: Bruins.
Coach: Steve Alford.
Conference: Pac-12.
Who's gone: F/C Tony Parker, G/F Jonah Bolden.
Who's back: G Isaac Hamilton. Senior led the Bruins with 16.8 points per game last season. G Bryce Alford. He enters his final season playing for his father. He averaged 16.1 points and a team-high 5.2 assists last season. C Thomas Welsh. The 7-foot junior averaged 11.2 points and 8.5 rebounds. G Aaron Holiday. He averaged 10.3 points, 3.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists playing 31 minutes a game as a freshman last season, but could be relegated to coming off the bench. F G.G. Goloman. The 6-foot-11 junior averaged 12.1 minutes last season. G Prince Ali. Solid defensive player who averaged 11.8 minutes last season.
Who's new: G Lonzo Ball. Well-regarded for his court vision and playmaking ability. The highly touted freshman is expected to be a one-and-done prospect. F T.J. Leaf. The athletic 6-foot-9 power forward was a McDonald's All-American who scored 3,022 points in his prep career. F/C Ike Anigbogu. The 6-9, 250-pounder gives the Bruins a different look at center than Welsh and could play his way into a larger role.
The Skinny: Alford guided UCLA to just the fourth losing season in school history since John Wooden was hired in 1948. He's got nearly everyone back and bolstered by one of the top recruiting classes in the country, including national player of the year Ball, the Bruins have nowhere to go but up after missing the postseason.
COLORADO: Last season: 22-12, lost in NCAA Tournament to Connecticut.
Nickname: Buffaloes.
Coach: Tad Boyle
Conference: Pac-12.
Who's gone: F Josh Scott, G/F Tre'Shaun Fletcher, G Xavier Talton.
Who's back: Junior G George King, who was voted the league's most improved player last season after leading the league in 3-point percentage. Senior F Wesley Gordon. Averaged 7.2 points and 7.6 rebounds ' numbers that figure to go up with Scott gone. Junior G Dominique Collier. Led team in assists (2.7) and steals (1.1). Senior G/F Xavier Johnson. Missed all last season with a torn left Achilles tendon. Scored 10.3 points a game in 2014-15. Sophomore G Thomas Akyazili. Junior F Tory Miller.
Who's new: Senior G Derrick White. Sat out last season after transferring from the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. Was an NCAA Division II All-American. Freshman G Bryce Peters. Good chance to get some minutes on veteran-laden team. Freshman G Deleon Brown.
The Skinny: For so long, the Buffaloes have marched to the beat of Scott. He's gone and a new leader has to emerge for this team to earn its fifth trip to the NCAA Tournament in six years. Defense and rebounding ' two areas Boyle constantly stresses.
Colorado needs win as it hosts No. 4 UCLA

BOULDER, Colo. -- Colorado's 0-3 start in conference play has left the Buffaloes desperately seeking a turnaround.

The problem is it's not going to get any easier with sharpshooting UCLA, ranked fourth nationally, coming to the Coors Events Center for a Thursday night matchup in Colorado's conference opener at home.

"We need a sense of urgency," Colorado coach Tad Boyle told the Denver Post.

The Buffaloes (10-6, 0-3 Pac-12) won 10 of 13 nonconference games but then embarked on Pac-12 play by losing consecutively on the road to the Arizona schools and Utah.

UCLA (16-1, 3-1) has won three straight since its lone loss of the season 89-87 at Oregon when the Ducks hit a 3-pointer in the final moments. The Bruins have the nation's third-ranked scoring offense, averaging 92.8 points per game and are second in shooting percentage, converting 53.4 percent of their shots from the field.

Six Bruins players are scoring in double figures, led by freshman T.J. Leaf, who has averaged 17.4 points per game.

"It's kind of fun, you're at 16-1 and yet you can still see an awful lot of growth that we still have ahead of us and things we got to work on to get better and improve and that's a positive," UCLA coach Steve Alford told the Daily Bruin. "If we were 16-1 and can't do things any better, then I think we'd plateau out, but I think the ceiling for this team is still very, very high and that's exciting."

Colorado continues to harbor aspirations for a berth in the NCAA tournament, where the Buffaloes have advanced in four of the last five seasons. But time is running short and the competition heightening. After playing the Bruins, Colorado hosts No. 25 Southern Cal on Sunday before hitting the road to play the Washington schools.

"We still have 15 more games," Colorado senior guard Derrick White told the Post. "We can't get too high or too low. We just have to accept we're 0-3 (in the Pac-12) and work to improve every day."

Against the Bruins, they're going to have to improve in a hurry, especially in rebounding and 3-point shooting.

The Buffaloes are converting just 32.8 percent of their 3-point attempts, the second-lowest conversion rate in the league.

"We have been getting some good looks. We're just not making them," White said.

At least the Buffaloes are taking on the Bruins on their home floor, where Colorado has won 15 of its last 16 and 25 of the last 27.

However, UCLA leads the series between the schools 10-2 and is 6-1 against the Buffaloes since Colorado and Utah joined the expanded Pac-12 in 2011-12.

The Buffaloes last beat the Bruins 62-57 on Jan. 2, 2015, at the Coors Events Center.

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