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Gallery: UCLA men’s basketball ends three-game losing streak in game against Arizona

By Liz Ketcham

January 26, 2019 11:16 pm

Fans high-five freshman forward Kenneth Nwuba as he runs onto the court.

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Arizona forward Ira Lee wins the tipoff against freshman center Moses Brown.

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Sophomore guard Jaylen Hands attempts a layup, but is blocked by Arizona guard Dylan Smith.

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Redshirt junior guard Prince Ali drops the ball after falling to the ground in the first half.

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Ali and Brown scramble to keep the ball in the Bruins' possession.

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Sophomore guard Chris Smith attempts a field goal after committing a personal foul on Dylan Smith.

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Ali watches as the ball rebounds off the backboard and into the hoop.

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Brown leaps up to catch a rebound. He was able to steal the ball twice during the game.

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Sophomore guard Kris Wilkes goes up for a layup.

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Interim coach Murry Bartow gives directions to Hands during a time out.

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Brown's field goal attempt is blocked by Lee.

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Freshman guard Jules Bernard attempts to drive past Arizona guard Brandon Randolf.

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Brown stretches to tap the ball away from Lee after a rebound.

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Players fight for possession under the net.

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Teammates congratulate Wilkes at the end of the game. Wilkes scored a total of 34 points for the Bruins, his season high.

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Liz Ketcham | Digital managing editor
Ketcham is the 2020-2021 Digital managing editor. She was previously the 2019-2020 Photo editor, as well as a 2018-2019 assistant Photo editor covering the News beat.
Ketcham is the 2020-2021 Digital managing editor. She was previously the 2019-2020 Photo editor, as well as a 2018-2019 assistant Photo editor covering the News beat.
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