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Gallery: Men’s basketball defeats Cal State Bakersfield 75-66

By Ken Shin, Aubrey Yeo

November 30, 2017 3:10 pm

Senior guard Aaron Holiday pulls up for a midrange jumper.

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Holiday dives for a loose ball alongside Cal State Bakersfield guard/forward Shon Briggs.

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Senior forward G.G. Goloman looks to make a pass.

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Freshman guard Jaylen Hands gives a thumbs up to redshirt sophomore forward Alex Olesinski during an inbound pass.

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Freshman guard Kris Wilkes gets his second block of the game, this time on Roadrunner guard Rickey Holden.

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Goloman and Olesinski contest a shot by Cal State Bakersfield center Moataz Aly.

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Coach Steve Alford shouts instructions to his team from the sideline. The Bruins trailed for 14 of the first 16 minutes of the first half.

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Hands is trapped by three Roadrunner defenders on a drive to the basket. Alford complimented the Roadrunners after the game for being the first team all season to force the Bruins to play under pressure.

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Senior center Thomas Welsh blocked a shot attempt by Roadrunner center Fallou Ndoye.

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Wilkes falls on the floor after fighting for a rebound against Ndoye.

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Wilkes makes an acrobatic catch on a pass from Holiday.

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Goloman exits the game with 10 points and 6 rebounds.

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Wilkes was able to turn his rebound off a missed 3-pointer from Hands into a dunk, putting the Bruins up 60-49 over the Roadrunners.

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Hands was 7-for-8 from the line. This was the point guard's first game back from a left-foot injury.

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Alford's daughter and wife (left to right) were in the media room to support the UCLA coach during his press conference.

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