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UCLA (15 - 4) at ARIZONA (16 - 1)
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Thursday, 1/24/2013 9:00 PM
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UCLA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games15-4+1.17-114-577.637.447.6%38.268.330.441.4%36.1
Road Games4-2+0.11-52-266.530.743.1%35.567.229.843.4%34.7
Last 5 Games4-1+1.22-30-268.835.245.5%35.065.628.440.5%37.6
Conference Games5-1+2.23-30-370.535.745.3%35.365.528.340.3%38.8
UCLA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)77.637.429-6047.6%5-1335.2%15-2172.0%38917158114
vs opponents surrendering64.83023-5640.5%6-1932.4%13-1968.1%35912186133
Team Stats (Road Games)66.530.725-5943.1%4-1431.0%11-1865.1%35912157112
Stats Against (All Games)68.330.426-6241.4%7-2033.0%10-1565.1%361013176143
vs opponents averaging68.532.424-5643.3%6-1733.4%15-2168.9%371013177144
Stats Against (Road Games)67.229.825-5743.4%6-2030.6%12-1672.2%35814145134

ARIZONA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-1+88-72-875.835.546.3%37.561.429.540.2%28.1
Home Games9-0+34-31-278.936.148.0%35.763.231.041.5%27.3
Last 5 Games4-1+1.91-42-273.831.843.3%38.066.831.843.4%30.4
Conference Games4-1+1.91-42-273.831.843.3%38.066.831.843.4%30.4
ARIZONA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)75.835.525-5546.3%8-2138.2%17-2276.3%381014167144
vs opponents surrendering6429.923-5640.9%6-1933.1%12-1767.3%341012187143
Team Stats (Home Games)78.936.126-5348.0%9-2140.3%19-2576.7%361016158144
Stats Against (All Games)61.429.522-5440.2%7-1836.6%11-1670.6%28710187153
vs opponents averaging69.633.325-5544.8%6-1834.4%14-2068.8%361013167144
Stats Against (Home Games)63.231.022-5441.5%8-2040.9%11-1570.9%27710196162
Average power rating of opponents played: UCLA 74.3,  ARIZONA 73.9
UCLA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/15/2012PRAIRIE VIEW A&M95-53W - -33-5955.9%401422-6434.4%3018
12/18/2012LONG BEACH ST89-70W-15.5W -33-5658.9%31728-5848.3%2612
12/22/2012FRESNO ST91-78W-14.5L -36-6258.1%421027-5747.4%2611
1/5/2013STANFORD68-60W-6.5W -21-5141.2%401422-6434.4%4214
1/10/2013@ UTAH57-53W-7L -22-5540.0%35821-5438.9%3712
1/12/2013@ COLORADO78-75W2.5W -31-6051.7%321125-5743.9%3414
1/17/2013OREGON ST74-64W-13.5L152U29-6246.8%371325-6141.0%3517
1/24/2013@ ARIZONA              
1/26/2013@ ARIZONA ST              
2/9/2013WASHINGTON ST              
2/14/2013@ CALIFORNIA              
2/16/2013@ STANFORD              

ARIZONA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/8/2012@ CLEMSON66-54W-5.5W128U22-6235.5%441120-5238.5%3314
12/18/2012ORAL ROBERTS89-64W - -34-5957.6%371723-6038.3%2720
12/22/2012*E TENN ST73-53W-26L127.5U25-5942.4%461818-5831.0%2713
12/25/2012*SAN DIEGO ST68-67W-4.5L135P22-5937.3%32824-5543.6%3416
1/5/2013UTAH60-57W-19L -21-5836.2%38921-4942.9%2711
1/10/2013@ OREGON66-70L0L142.5U25-5743.9%321425-5248.1%2812
1/12/2013@ OREGON ST80-70W-11L147.5O28-5947.5%431624-6139.3%3714
1/19/2013@ ARIZONA ST71-54W-7W135.5U25-5446.3%33918-4639.1%2717
1/31/2013@ WASHINGTON              
2/2/2013@ WASHINGTON ST              
2/14/2013@ COLORADO              
UCLA: The Bruins and the Wildcats will duke it out with teams of elite freshmen, with Ben Howland's squad prepared to start up to four first-year players, though it has been an arduous process to get there with a number of them fighting NCAA violations. The most heralded of those top recruits is SF Shabazz Muhammad, who is a threat to score from anywhere on the court at any given moment. He'll be joined on the wing by Kyle Anderson, who in tandem with Muhammad will be quite difficult to defend as they both stand 6-foot-6 with dynamic inside-outside games. Thick center Tony Parker will be able to clear space for them in the middle standing at 6-foot-9 and 270 lbs while small forward Jordan Adams rounds out the crew of freshmen. Throw in returning twin forwards Travis Wear (11.5 PPG, 5.9 RPG) and David Wear (10.2 PPG, 6.3 RPG) plus the mountainous 305-pound Joshua Smith (9.9 PPG, 4.9 RPG) and this team is big, deep, talented and dangerous.
ARIZONA: Two of the team's three leading scorers from last season are gone for head coach Sean Miller, but with the new faces coming in, that's a good thing. Arizona brings in arguably the nation's top recruiting class, and certainly the best in the conference, led by 7-foot center Kaleb Tarczewski who should be a force in the paint from day one. Fellow top-10 recruit Grant Jerrett stands at 6-foot-10, forming what should be the most dangerous post tandem in the Pac-12 by the end of the season. Six-foot-8 Brandon Ashley is also a top-20 recruit and McDonald's All-American with a well-rounded offensive repertoire. The freshmen crew is rounded out by shooting guard Gabe York. Forward Solomon Hill (12.9 PPG, 7.7 RPG) is back from last year's squad to give this team a senior veteran presence.
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*UCLA-Arizona Preview* ======================


UCLA (15-4) at Arizona (16-1), 9:00 p.m. EDT

Arizona's Mark Lyons wants to be regarded as the nation's top point guard. UCLA's Larry Drew II might be a better true point man, though he's probably not even the best player on his own team.

That distinction goes to Shabazz Muhammad, who could atone for a forgettable game - one which cost the Bruins the Pac-12 lead and their Top 25 spot - by leading his team to a road win over the sixth-ranked Wildcats on Thursday night.

Lyons is the reigning Pac-12 player of the week after matching a season high with 24 points Saturday, including 15 in the decisive second half of a 71-54 win at archrival Arizona State.

"I don't want to be the best point guard in the Pac-12, I want to be the best in the country," said Lyons, who also had three assists and three steals. "I'm aiming for the moon, so I can be amongst the stars. I play every game as if it's my last."

UCLA's last game did not go so well, having a 10-game winning streak snapped with a 76-67 loss to then-No. 21 Oregon on Saturday.

While Drew had eight assists and scored the Bruins' only six points in the final three minutes, Muhammad was shut out in the second half after scoring 10 in the first.

Muhammad, averaging a team-high 17.9 points, was benched for the first five minutes for being late to practice the previous day.

That defeat dropped UCLA (15-4, 5-1) from the AP poll after a one-week stay and out of a tie for first place with the Ducks.

While Arizona (16-1, 4-1) suffered its only loss at Oregon on Jan. 10, the Bruins have won their only two true road games - at Colorado and Utah - but those schools have a combined 3-9 conference record.

UCLA is facing an Arizona team which is 9-0 at home before heading north Saturday to visit the Sun Devils, who were 11-1 in home games before losing to the Wildcats.

"The key for us is how we bounce back going into what is the toughest road trip for anyone in the Pac-12 this season," coach Ben Howland said. "This will be a real good test for us."

That could be particularly true for Muhammad, who has totaled 20 points in two road games while shooting 9 for 29. UCLA is 7-0 when he scores at least 20.

Fellow freshman Jordan Adams is 1 for 12 from the field and has scored nine points over the past two games.

Adams is averaging 15.2 points, just as Lyons is. However, Arizona's senior guard has stepped up in conference play, scoring 19.4 per game.

"He has great belief in his own ability, but he also believes in our team," coach Sean Miller said of the Xavier transfer. "He's used to winning, he's used to playing in big games and he's used to performing in big games. When one player feels that way, it can become contagious."

Drew also has been in many big games, having spent three seasons with North Carolina, but he's never played in Tucson, and UCLA has dropped four straight there. He ranks among the Division I leaders with 8.1 assists per game - Lyons is at 3.3 - and Drew leads the country by a wide margin in assist-to-turnover ratio (4.67).

UCLA has dropped six of nine to the Wildcats, including a 66-58 loss in last year's Pac-12 tournament.

Arizona's Solomon Hill had 25 points and 12 rebounds in that matchup and is averaging 16.7 points in his last six games.

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