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Men’s basketball loses to Gonzaga 74-62 in Sweet 16

By Katie Meyers

March 27, 2015 7:21 p.m.

The Bruins enter NRG Stadium before their Sweet 16 game against the Bulldogs Friday.

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The Bruins played at NRG Stadium, home of the NFL's Houston Texans.

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Members of the UCLA Marching Band perform a chant.

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The Bruins played before a crowd of 21,168 at NRG Stadium.

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Freshman center Thomas Welsh attempts to grab the ball.

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Steve Alford is now 0-2 in Sweet 16 games as the UCLA men's basketball coach.

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Senior guard Norman Powell played in his final game as a Bruin on Friday in Houston.

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Coach Steve Alford goes over a play with freshman center Thomas Welsh.

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UCLA radio broadcaster Chris Roberts called his final game Friday alongside Tracy Murray.

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Senior guard Norman Powell tied for a team-high with 16 points during his 39 minutes of action.

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Sophomore guard Isaac Hamilton notched 11 points on 5-13 shooting while also grabbing five rebounds.

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The Bruins convene during a timeout.

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Sophomore guard Isaac Hamilton started every game this season.

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Junior forward/center Tony Parker had a double-double against Gonzaga, with 16 points and 11 rebounds.

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Freshman forward Kevon Looney recorded nine points on 4-8 shooting against the Zags.

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Senior guard Norman Powell exited the game with just over a minute left. It was the final time Powell checked out of the game as a Bruin.

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Freshman forward G.G. Golomon (left) consoles sophomore guard Bryce Alford (right) after the loss.

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