Even after back-to-back defeats, coach Mick Cronin isn’t worried about UCLA’s wins and losses.
And he certainly doesn’t care about those that bet on his Bruins, metaphorically and literally.
In the first episode of “Out of Bounds,” Daily Bruin’s sports podcast, Sports Editor Sam Settleman and senior staff writer discuss the two most intriguing UCLA men’s basketball players and assistant Sports Editor Grace Whitaker and staff writer Gavin Carlson break down the two most intriguing UCLA women’s basketball players.
During any season, the mountain road trip in the Pac-12 is a unique test.
High altitudes in both Colorado and Utah consistently present endurance challenges regardless of each team’s quality on the court.
For the first time in more than two months, the Bruins are heading into their next game coming off a loss.
On Saturday, UCLA stumbled through its worst offensive performance of the year – setting season lows in scoring and efficiency with 52 points on 31.3% shooting – as its 14-game win streak came to an end against Arizona.
This post was updated Jan. 21 at 3:06 p.m.
Sometimes it just takes one shot to change everything.
On Friday night in Seattle, that shot was a Charisma Osborne prayer from beyond half-court.
Following a pair of ranked wins on the East Coast last week, the Bruins got off to a slow start offensively Wednesday afternoon.
But after Jaylen Clark helped the blue and gold weather the storm in the first half, the entire team caught fire to close out nonconference play with a win.
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