UCLA had a shot, but its thrilling comeback attempt fell just short against No. 1 Arizona in a 79-75 loss.
The Bruins played one of their most impressive games of the season against a deafening crowd at Pauley Pavilion, one that swung between UCLA cheers and “U of A!” chants, but couldn’t find the net in a 40-percent showing from the field — tied for their second-worst output this season.
Guard Jordan Adams’ 3-pointer capped a 15-2 run that tied the game at 68 with a little over two minutes left, but the Bruins missed too many close shots down the stretch.
The Wildcats sank 8-of-10 free throws in the final 1:03.
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