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UCLA basketball leads at halftime against Stanford


Coming off a win in their first Pac-12 contest, UCLA jumped out to a 30-22 lead at halftime against Stanford.

David and Travis Wear scored UCLA’s first 15 points, as the Bruins were only able to shoot 36 percent from the field. Fortunately for UCLA, Stanford only shot 26.9 percent from the field. The Bruins were led by David Wear, who had eight points and two rebounds while freshman guard Shabazz Muhammad had six points and six rebounds.

Compiled by Jacob Ruffman, Bruin Sports senior staff

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