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UCLA falls to Duke 80-63 at Madison Square Garden

By Neil Bedi

December 19, 2013 9:14 pm

Redshirt senior forward Travis Wear and Duke's freshman forward Jabari Parker reach for the ball at tip-off. Parker won first possession for Duke.

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UCLA coach Steve Alford yells instructions as Duke wins a turnover.

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Jabari Parker scrambles to gain possession of a loose ball in the first half.

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Sophomore guard Jordan Adams (left) and sophomore guard/forward Kyle Anderson look to the referee as players attempt to get hold of a loose ball.

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UCLA fans in courtside seats cheer on their team as the Bruins hold onto a slim lead in the first half.

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Redshirt senior forward David Wear and two Duke players attempt to secure a rebound off of a missed shot by Duke.

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Anderson tries to gain control of a loose ball at half-court.

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Jabari Parker grabs a rebound despite pressure from UCLA's Tony Parker.

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Anderson attempts a shot as Jabari Parker and Travis Wear jostle for positioning for a rebound.

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Duke players celebrate after extending their lead late in the second half.

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Bryce Alford and Jordan Adams defend a drive by Duke's Quinn Cook.

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UCLA coach Steve Alford walks away as Duke fans cheer in the background.

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Anderson attempts to drive to the rim during the final minutes of the game.

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Duke's bench cheers during the final plays of the game that solidified the Blue Devils' win.

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Anderson walks back to the locker room after UCLA's 80-63 loss.

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David Wear, Steve Alford and Kyle Anderson answer questions at a press conference after the game. "We have a really high ceiling. We are talented, but there's a lot of inexperience," Alford said.

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