After struggling offensively in their first two games, No. 13 UCLA looked nearly unstoppable in the first half of today’s game against James Madison.
The Bruins lead the Dukes 63-29 at the end of the first half. UCLA jumped out to a 26-8 lead and didn’t look back. They shot 67.6 percent from the field and were six of seven from behind the arc. James Madison made only 12 of 35 field goals and missed all four of their free throws.
Freshman Kyle Anderson, who started after suffering a bone contusion against UC Irvine, has nine rebounds and three assists. Freshman Jordan Adams leads all players with 16 points, including 3-3 from three-point range.
Compiled by Mansi Seth, Bruin senior staff