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CBB : Teaser Line Matchup
Friday 11/9/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



LONG BEACH ST (0 - 0) at UCLA (1 - 0)
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Friday, 11/9/2018 11:00 PM
Board SideTotal
563LONG BEACH ST+19Over 153
564UCLA-11Under 161
LONG BEACH ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games0-000-00-0000.0%0000.0%0
Road Games0-000-00-0000.0%0000.0%0
Last 5 Games0-000-00-0000.0%0000.0%0
LONG BEACH ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)000-00.0%0-00.0%0-00.0%0000000
vs opponents surrendering000-00.0%0-00.0%0-00.0%0000000
Team Stats (Road Games)000-00.0%0-00.0%0-00.0%0000000
Stats Against (All Games)000-00.0%0-00.0%0-00.0%0000000
vs opponents averaging000-00.0%0-00.0%0-00.0%0000000
Stats Against (Road Games)000-00.0%0-00.0%0-00.0%0000000

UCLA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games1-001-01-
Home Games1-001-01-
Last 5 Games1-001-01-
UCLA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)96.048.040-7454.1%8-2532.0%8-1747.1%521322158154
vs opponents surrendering73.53530-6644.7%7-2330.4%8-1262.5%39614206182
Team Stats (Home Games)96.048.040-7454.1%8-2532.0%8-1747.1%521322158154
Stats Against (All Games)71.031.026-7136.6%9-3724.3%10-1758.8%28617176121
vs opponents averaging91.538.534-7246.5%11-3234.9%14-2358.7%383201410104
Stats Against (Home Games)71.031.026-7136.6%9-3724.3%10-1758.8%28617176121
Average power rating of opponents played: LONG BEACH ST 0,  UCLA 77
LONG BEACH ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/9/2018@ UCLA              
11/10/2018MENLO COLL              
11/12/2018@ ARIZONA ST              
11/16/2018@ MISSISSIPPI ST              
11/25/2018OREGON ST              
11/28/2018@ USC              
12/1/2018@ SAN DIEGO              

UCLA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/6/2018IUPU-FT WAYNE96-71W-14W164.5O40-7454.1%521526-7136.6%2812
11/9/2018LONG BEACH ST              
11/16/2018ST FRANCIS-PA              
11/22/2018*MICHIGAN ST              
UCLA: Last season: 21-12, lost to St. Bonaventure in First Four of NCAA Tournament.
Nickname: Bruins.
Coach: Steve Alford.
Conference: Pac-12.
Who's gone: Guard Aaron Holiday (NBA), forward G.G. Goloman, center Thomas Welsh (NBA).
Who's back: Guards Jaylen Hands and Kris Wilkes and forward Cody Riley withdrew their names from NBA draft consideration to return. Hands started 15 of 33 games as a freshman and with Holiday gone he will run the show offensively. Hands ranked fourth on the team in scoring (9.9 points) and second in assists and steals. He shot 37 percent from 3-point range and 40 percent from the floor. Wilkes started 32 games in his first season and his 13.7-point average was second on the team. Redshirt freshmen Riley and forward-center Jalen Hill are seeking redemption after being suspended all of last season for shoplifting in China during the season-opening trip.
Who's new: Center Moses Brown stands 7-foot-1 and averaged 26 points, 17 rebounds and 6 blocks last season at Archbishop Molloy High in New York. Two other touted recruits will sit out the season because of injury. Guard Tyger Campbell sustained an ACL tear in his left knee at practice. He averaged 15.5 points and 7.2 assists as a senior at La Lumiere School in Indiana. Forward Shareef O'Neal needs surgery for an unspecified heart condition. The son of NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal averaged 27 points last season at Crossroads High in nearby Santa Monica. Guards Jules Bernard and David Singleton were part of the top-five recruiting class and could push for playing time.
The Skinny: The Bruins don't have a senior on the roster for the first time since 2010. Eight of their players are 6-8 or taller. Alford has been a solid recruiter and gotten his teams to the NCAA Tournament, but entering his sixth season in Westwood he's still looking for a Pac-12 regular-season title.
Expectations: Las Vegas oddsmakers have UCLA as a 35-1 shot to win the NCAA Tournament, along with Michigan and Michigan State. The Bruins won the last of their record 11 national championships in 1995.
LBSU faces tall order against No. 21 UCLA's 7-foot frosh Brown

Long Beach State makes the short trek north to Pauley Pavilion on Friday for its season opener against No. 21-ranked UCLA with a tall task ahead of it.

Seven-feet tall, to be exact.

UCLA (1-0) began the 2018-19 season Tuesday with a 96-71 rout of Fort Wayne, and 7-foot freshman center Moses Brown made quite the debut. Brown scored 19 points on 9-of-10 shooting from the floor with 17 rebounds.

"When you think of first college games, 19 and 17 --and, again, only 10 shots -- Mo's just special," UCLA coach Steve Alford said in his postgame press conference.

The only facet of Brown's game that didn't shine in his debut was his 1-of-4 free-throw shooting.

"You don't make free throws, the fouls are going to get harder," Alford said he warned the freshman.

Beyond banking on missed foul shots, slowing UCLA will take an inside-out effort from a much smaller Long Beach State team replacing its low-post star of a season ago. All-Big West Conference Gabe Levin is gone, leaving the 49ers to replace output of 18.5 points and 7.3 rebounds per game.

"Last year, we really kept the ball on the strong side a lot, and relied on Gabe and (Temidayo Yussuf) a lot," Long Beach State coach Dan Monson said in his season preview via the Long Beach State website. "We're trying to get more pace and space this year."

Long Beach State's retooled offensive approach made an impact in the 49ers' Oct. 27 exhibition win at Cal State Bakersfield. Six-foot-eight sophomore wing Jordan Roberts built off his productive finish to the 2017-18 campaign by scoring 14 points with 10 rebounds.

Coinciding with his efforts to introduce a more perimeter-oriented offense in 2018-19, Monson's team also debuts a defense he described as applying more pressure. The 49ers needed a shake-up on that side of the ball, ranking No. 254 in adjusted defensive efficiency a season ago per KenPom.com metrics.

An aggressive, ball-pressure strategy may be Long Beach State's best hope of an upset, with the Bruins acclimating sophomore Jaylen Hands as full-time point guard.

Hands ran the point in stretches a season ago, but more often played off-the-ball with Aaron Holiday at point. The Bruins also lack depth at the position, due to the season-ending knee injury freshman Tyger Campbell sustained last month.

Nevertheless, Hands debuted as starting point guard Tuesday with seven assists against just two turnovers. His 18 points were third-most among Bruins, behind Brown's 19 and guard Kris Wilkes' career-high 27.

At 13.7 points per game, Wilkes is UCLA's top returning scorer. The sophomore wing credited the Bruins' offensive output to having Brown in the post to exploit defensive rotations off of penetration.

"It's pretty good when you get down to the paint and have nowhere else to go, you just throw it up to Mo'," Wilkes said in the postgame press conference. "That helps out a lot."

Facing UCLA sets the tone for Long Beach State's typically difficult nonconference schedule, which has become something of a program signature under Monson. The 49ers faced West Virginia, Arizona and Michigan State on the road last season, and draw UCLA, Arizona State and Mississippi State in three of their first four this season.

Last Updated: 7/10/2020 3:47:41 AM EST

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