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Gallery: UCLA men’s basketball overpowers Utah 73-57

By Tanmay Shankar, Alice Naland

Feb. 2, 2020 9:28 p.m.

Junior guard Chris Smith fends off Utah forward Timmy Allen as he drives to the hoop.

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Smith makes a two pointer surrounded by Utah defenders.

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Coach Mick Cronin directs his players during the first half.

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Redshirt senior guard Prince Ali finishes a fast-break dunk.

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Redshirt sophomore forward Cody Riley ducks under Utah forward Mikael Jantunen as he drives to the hole.

(Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)

Smith evades the Utah defense to make a two pointer during the first half.

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Sophomore guard Jules Bernard coughs it up down low.

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Sophomore guard David Singleton deflects the ball in the paint.

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Bernard attempts a layup late in the first half.

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Redshirt freshman guard Tyger Campbell reaches for the basket after being fouled midway through the second half. Campbell tallied a career-high 22 points against Utah.

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Freshman guard/forward Jaime Jaquez Jr. drives through Utah's defense en route to scoring 18 points during Sunday's game.

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Riley stretches to attempt a layup in the second half.

(Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Jaquez Jr. goes up for a finger-roll in the final minutes of the game.

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Tanmay Shankar | Senior staff photographer
Tanmay is a senior staff photographer and member of the editorial board. He was previously an assistant Photo editor covering the sports beat.
Tanmay is a senior staff photographer and member of the editorial board. He was previously an assistant Photo editor covering the sports beat.
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