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Gallery: Bruins trounce Trojans 93-88

By Michael Zshornack

Feb. 28, 2019 10:20 p.m.

After losing its first match against USC in the season, UCLA men's basketball tipped off its second game against the Trojans at Pauley Pavilion.

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Sophomore guard Jaylen Hands led the Bruins to a win with a team-high 21 points.

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Hands' 21 points follow his performance in the team's last game against the Ducks where the sophomore guard scored 27 second-half points.

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Members of the Afrikan Student Union held a demonstration during the first half, reciting chants and holding up their fists in protest.

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Sophomore guard Kris Wilkes gestures to the crowd to celebrate after hitting a 3.

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Wilkes eyes a deflected pass.

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Hands flies in for a contested dunk.

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Redshirt freshman Cody Riley battles against USC forward Bennie Boatwright under the rim.

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Former UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen attended the game to cheer on the Bruins.

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Wilkes yells as he drives to the basket.

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USC guard Kevin Porter Jr. hangs on the rim after flying in for a dunk.

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USC guard Jonah Mathews takes an uncontested corner 3.

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USC forward J'raan Brooks struggles to get the rebound.

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Hands celebrates with redshirt freshman forward Jalen Hill after Hill draws a foul.

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Hands keeps the ball in control after nearly losing control of it.

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Hill hypes up the crowd before the final seconds of regulation.

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Boatwright, the game's highest-scoring player with 25 points, only had three points in overtime.

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USC guard Shaqquan Aaron dishes out a no-look pass on his way to the basket.

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David Singleton celebrates with the crowd. With 2 minutes, 44 seconds left in the overtime, the freshman guard hit a corner 3 to give the Bruins a five-point lead, the team's largest lead in overtime.

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Hands points to the crowd after hitting a 3. In the final seconds of the game's overtime period, Hands hit a 3 to give the Bruins a four-point lead with 21 seconds left.

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Michael Zshornack | Photo Editor
Zshornack is the digital managing editor. He was previously the Photo editor, assistant Photo editor and a Photo contributor.
Zshornack is the digital managing editor. He was previously the Photo editor, assistant Photo editor and a Photo contributor.
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