Drew claims UCLA’s single-season assist record

Nearing the end of his lone season at UCLA, senior point guard Larry Drew II carved a place at the top of the program’s record books. The North Carolina transfer set a new single-season assist record with his fourth on Saturday against, feeding the ball upcourt to forward David Wear for an open dunk at 13:10 in the second half. He broke Pooh Richardson’s old mark of 236, set in 1989.

Drew entered the game ranked third in the country in assist-to-turnover ratio (3.38) and assists per game (7.8).

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  • samollie

    Thank you, D2

  • maze949

    “Just another UNC retread/reject…” -Nestor/Ty-diddles. (F those BM clowns) Thanks LDII, you’re awesome!

  • He’s definitely playing great of late. I thought he kind of sucked at the beginning of the season.

    • maze949

      He had about a 3:1 ratio early on.