Before UCLA’s last home game of the season, the team honored graduating seniors. Coach Mick Cronin holds flowers as seniors walk onto the floor.
Junior guard Chris Smith blocks Arizona guard Jemarl Baker Jr.’s field goal attempt.
UCLA alumnus and Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer Bill Walton celebrates 2020 on the last day of February.
Redshirt sophomore forward Cody Riley and Smith scramble to recover the ball after it bounced off the rim.
Arizona coach Sean Miller watches as Cronin gestures to his team.
Redshirt freshman guard Tyger Campbell drives the ball into the paint.
Miller protests the referee’s decision to award UCLA two free throws after Arizona guard Max Hazzard fouled Riley in the first half. Miller was handed a technical foul and was later ejected from the game in the second half.
Redshirt sophomore forward/center Jalen Hill attempts a dunk at the end of the first half. The Bruins entered halftime with a 6-point deficit against the Wildcats.
Arizona guard Nico Mannion calls to his teammates as Campbell picks him up.
Wildcat center Christian Koloko secures a defensive rebound as freshman guard/forward Jaime Jaquez Jr. and Smith fight for the ball.
Freshman guard/forward Jake Kyman and Campbell get tangled up with Arizona forward Zeke Nnaji after Nnaji attempted a shot from inside the key.
Campbell shoots around Mannion to attempt a layup.
Smith secures a defensive rebound, aided by sophomore guard Jules Bernard.
Hill reaches past Arizona forward Ira Lee in an attempt to recover a defensive rebound.
Cronin disputes a shot clock violation with referee Eric Curry. The play went into video review and was the Bruins’ only turnover in the second half.
Jaquez runs to defend Hazzard.
Mannion attempts a dunk off a fast break in the last seconds of the game after UCLA cemented its lead.
Fans surround the UCLA men’s basketball team after the Bruins secured their seventh win in a row, coming back in the last minutes of the game for a 69-64 victory against the Wildcats.
Cronin gives the crowd a thumbs-up as he exits the court. The victory against the Wildcats secured a first-round bye in the Pac-12 tournament for the Bruins.