UCLA trails St. John’s 35-30 at the half

The cross-country flight must have sapped UCLA’s energy, because St. John’s sure looks springier on Saturday afternoon.

The Red Storm have a 35-30 lead as they lead the offensive rebounding battle 7-2, and D’Angelo Harrison has been the offensive benefactor.

Harrison has 11 first-half points and St. John’s overcame 36.7 percent shooting to take the early lead, thanks to nine UCLA turnovers.

Tyler Lamb was the primary culprit, committing five first-half turnovers, but he atoned with a team-high 10 points. Joshua Smith added eight, on 4-4 shooting, but Jerime Anderson started 0-5.

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  • msgbozo

    Hey jon, I’m sitting behind you at the game. The black shirt makes you look thin – your lookin good

  • ucla-of-the-rockies

    Painful: CBS feed up here has UNLV-NM, including an “all-UCLA transfer battle” of Gordon vs. Moser. Both are killing it today.

  • Anonymous

    It’s awesome to see we have D-II caliber players on the floor (Anderson, Wear twins). Tremendous coaching by Howland to sit Stover (0 minutes) and Smith while watching Anderson forget to box out. HOWLAND AND BRUINSNATION.COM CAN SUCK IT! NESTOR…U ESPECIALLY SUCK!