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UCLA quells Stanford comeback, 69-67

By Brandon Choe

Feb. 5, 2015 10:52 p.m.

Sophomore guard Bryce Alford attempts a 3-pointer. He went three for eight 3-pointers against the Stanford Cardinal.

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Senior guard Norman Powell drives the ball. Powell scored seven of 19 field goal attempts.

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Sophomore guard Isaac Hamilton lays up past Stanford's Anthony Brown.

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Junior forward Tony Parker attempts a layup by two Cardinal defenders. Parker later fouled out late in the second half.

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Hamilton drives past a Cardinal defender.

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Parker scored four of seven free throw attempts against the Stanford Cardinal.

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The Bruins and the Cardinal fought a close game. In the last 10 minutes the Cardinal chipped away at a 22-point margin.

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Coach Steve Alford looks onto the court as the Bruins margin is cut down to a point with five seconds remaining.

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Cardinal Anthony Brown rebounds for a needed possession in the last seconds of the second half.

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Parker expressed his frustration as he fouled out with over a minute left.

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Powell successfully rebounds a crucial possession for the Bruins.

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