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Gallery: No. 3 UCLA falls out of Pac-12 Tournament after 75-86 defeat to No. 2 Arizona

By Aubrey Yeo

March 11, 2017 11:32 am

UCLA band member Bailee Murphy enters the T-Mobile Arena midway through the Oregon and Cal game in preparation for UCLA's matchup against Arizona.

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Senior guard Bryce Alford arrived with his teammates about an hour prior to tipoff.

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The Pac-12 logo is projected on junior center Thomas Welsh as he makes his way to the court.

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Arizona forward Lauri Markkanen beat Welsh to the ball during tipoff, but was only able to send the ball upwards.

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NBA legend Julius Erving, who also goes by the monicker Dr. J was courtside for both Pac-12 semi-final games.

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Senior guard Isaac Hamilton finished as the Bruins' top scorer for a second night in a row, this time, however, in a losing effort.

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Markkanen and Wildcat guard Allonzo Trier discuss a play after the officials called for a foul on Arizona.

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Arizona coach Sean Miller yells Dusan Ristic after the U of A center commits a shooting foul.

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Freshman center Ike Anigbogu gets a rebound snatched away by his Arizona counterpart, Chance Comanche.

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Anigbogu tries to reach for a loose ball as both his legs get tangled by Comanche and Markannen.

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The basketball ricochets off Markkanen's head as the Wildcat forward commits a shooting foul on Freshman forward TJ Leaf.

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Markkanen cheers a made 3-pointer from the bench. The Arizona big would score four 3-pointers of his own during the game.

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Arizona forward Jake DesJardins (left) and assistant coach Emanuel Richardson (right) congratulate Wildcat guard Kadeem Allen after U of A ends the first half with a six-point lead.

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Welsh and Leaf combine efforts to knock the ball out of Ristic's hands.

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Leaf makes an attempt to pry the basketball loose from the embrace of Comanche.

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U of A alumnus Jerry Bruckheimer (center) sat courtside for the semi-final matchup.

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Alford signals a play to to the coaching staff as play is halted.

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Welsh commits a shooting foul on Markkanen as the Arizona forward attempts a jumper.

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Coach Steve Alford comforts Leaf as the Bruin freshman is forced out of the game after accruing five fouls.

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Alford had an off night, shooting 2-for-12 from the field.

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UCLA chancellor Gene Block attended the game wearing a powder blue polo shirt.

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Freshman guard Lonzo Ball (right) and sophomore guard Aaron Holiday (background) attempt to trap Trier as time wound down for the trailing Bruins.

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Ball looks to his left thumb late in the game. The guard was noted on the ESPN broadcast to have stopped dribbling with his left hand for a period of the game. The post-game x-rays on Ball's thumb came back negative.

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Tanya Alford, Steve Alford's wife, bites her fingernail as she watched the game behind the UCLA bench.

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Redshirt freshman forward Alex Olesinski comforts Lonzo Ball during a timeout Arizona called with 0.9 seconds left on the clock.

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Arizona guard Parker Jackson-Cartwright gestures to the cheering U of A fans in attendance.

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Markkanen celebrates as he walks off the court. The U of A big had a game-high 29 points in the victory over UCLA.

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