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Men’s basketball falls to Arizona 70-64 in Pac-12 tournament semifinal

By Brandon Choe, Katie Meyers

March 13, 2015 8:58 p.m.

Sophomore guard Bryce Alford ran onto the court.

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Senior guard Norman Powell and sophomore guard Noah Allen attempted to block Arizona forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson.

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Wildcat forward Stanley Johnson passed the ball behind freshman forward Kevon Looney.

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Powell reached to rebound a loose ball.

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Arizona fans greatly outnumbered Bruin fans in the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

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Powell drove into Arizona defenders. He made eight of 17 field goal attempts.

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Looney returned to play Friday night in a protective face mask.

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Alford scored 10 points against the Wildcats.

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Powell reacts after his dunk late first half.

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Junior center Tony Parker scored 15 points.

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Alford drove past Arizona defenders.

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Powell drove against Arizona forward Kaleb Tarczewski.

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Powell made a 3-pointer late in the second half.

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Sophomore guard Isaac Hamilton fouled out of the game in the middle of the second half.

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Hamilton scored six points.

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Freshman center Thomas Welsh contributed seven points, two assists and four rebounds in UCLA's loss to Arizona.

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Parker reacted to his dunk.

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Alford reacted to a call.

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Powell scored 21 points in UCLA's 70-64 loss to Arizona.

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The team sat in the locker room following the loss eliminating them from the PAC-12 Tournament.

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