2014 Pac-12 Tournament bracket update: UCLA upsets Arizona
“It was a war from start to finish.”
It was UCLA that benefitted the most despite Arizona coming in as the known defensive power. Armed with four timeouts in the final four minutes, UCLA coach Steve Alford asked his team to play one one-minute battle at a time.
“We'll break it up into maybe four one-minute games, but let's go as hard as we can,” he said. “We'll give you Sunday, Monday off, but let's get after it here in these last four minutes.”
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Adams finished with 19 points, but teammate Anderson was at the forefront of the Bruins' success. He scored 21, grabbed 15 rebounds, and dolled out five assists.
“I got news for whoever draws them in the NCAA Tournament,” Miller said. “Kyle Anderson and Jordan Adams – good luck.
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