UCLA leads 25-24 at the half

Offensive basketball took a hiatus in the first half of UCLA’s matchup with Arizona State on Thursday night in Tempe.

The Bruins lead the Sun Devils 25-24, with both teams attempting just 25 shots, UCLA making 11 and ASU making 10.

Neither team gained any real momentum, the largest lead for UCLA just six points late in the half.

Perhaps the most interesting news so far has been the Bruins’ rotation, which has changed up a bit. Sophomore guard Norman Powell got his first start, though he struggled with two turnovers and no poitns in 14 minutes. Anthony Stover played nine first-half minutes as Joshua Smith battled foul trouble.

Lazeric Jones leads UCLA with seven points and David Wear added six for the Bruins.

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  • Anonymous

    Jon, Do you know if the Bruins played any zone tonight or did Howland go man to man the whole way? I followed the game on ESPN.com and say DeMarcus got in early. That was unusual.