UCLA vs. WSU: Halftime update

Looks like the UCLA offense may have finally woken up.

After three straight games shooting below 40 percent, the Bruins are humming along against Washington State. A 39-24 halftime lead almost feels too narrow given how terrible the Cougars looked through the first 20 minutes, which saw them go without a field goal for over nine minutes. WSU opened the game with three straight 3-pointers, but ended up shooting just 34.8 percent in the first half.

UCLA has also forced two shot clock violations, scoring 11 points off Washington State’s 11 turnovers. The Bruins are shooting 58.6 percent from the field, have assisted on all but three of their 17 baskets, and hold a 20-4 scoring edge in the paint. Meanwhile, Cougars center Brock Motum — the team’s leading scorer at 18.2 points per game — has four points on 1-of-6 shooting.

Shabazz Muhammad has a game-high 12 points, as well as two rebounds and two assists.

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  • drakejr

    Two assists? Wow, Shabazz is really becoming a distributor. What a great team player he’s turned out to be.