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UCLA men never trail in 75-59 victory over USC

Jordan Adams scored 20 points, four others scored at least 10 points and UCLA never trailed in a 75-59 victory over USC on Sunday. The Bruins (20-7, 10-4...

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LOS ANGELES — Jordan Adams scored 20 points, four others scored at least 10 points and UCLA never trailed in a 75-59 victory over USC on Sunday.

The Bruins (20-7, 10-4 Pac-12) avenged a 75-71 overtime loss to the Trojans (12-15, 7-7) earlier this season.

Kyle Anderson, Larry Drew II and Shabazz Muhammad all scored 11 points, and David Wear had 10 points and 11 rebounds for the Bruins, who shot 47.2 percent from the field.

J.T. Terrell led USC with 17 points, including 14 in the second half to lead a late Trojans charge. Omar Oraby contributed 11 points and five rebounds.

UCLA came out on fire, making eight of its first 10 shots and racing to a 19-6 lead just over five minutes into the game. UCLA kept up that dominance and held a 47-26 lead at halftime.

UCLA was ahead 7-0 before the Trojans scored a basket, and afterward interim USC coach Bob Cantu seemed to say the game was over at that point.

"We got down 7-0 right out of the gate and from that point it was tough to battle out of that," said Cantu, whose chair collapsed as he sat down after the game.

"That's about how the night went," he said.

Pac-12 men
Conf. Overall
W L W L
Arizona 11 4 23 4
Oregon 11 4 22 6
UCLA 10 4 20 7
California 10 5 18 9
Arizona State 9 6 20 8
Colorado 8 6 18 8
USC 7 7 12 15
Washington 7 8 15 13
Stanford 7 8 16 12
Utah 3 11 11 15
Oregon State 3 12 13 15
Wash. St. 2 13 11 17

SUNDAY'S RESULT

UCLA 75, USC 59

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