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Stanford men beat No. 23 UCLA

Chasson Randle made a career-high seven three-pointers and scored 26 points to help Stanford beat No. 23 UCLA 83-74.


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STANFORD, Calif. – Chasson Randle and the Stanford Cardinal showed how much they have grown as a team since last month’s blowout loss at UCLA.

Randle made a career-high seven three-pointers and scored 26 points to help Stanford boost its case for an at-large NCAA tournament berth with an 83-74 victory over the 23rd-ranked Bruins on Saturday.

Josh Huestis tied a career high with 22 points for the Cardinal (18-8 overall, 9-5 Pac-12), which has won five of six.

Freshman Zach LaVine, a Bothell High graduate, and Norman Powell scored 14 points each for UCLA (21-6, 10-4). LaVine is averaging 10.6 points on 47.5 percent shooting for the Bruins, who are second to Arizona in the conference race.

Third-place Stanford made 62.2 percent of its shots, surpassing 60 percent in a Pac-12 game for the first time since exactly 11 years ago against UCLA.

“We weren’t totally ready for this game; the proof is in the pudding,” Bruins guard Kyle Anderson said.

Other game

No. 4 Arizona 88, at Colorado 61

The Wildcats (25-2, 12-2) shot 84.6 percent (22 of 26) in the second half of their rout of the Buffaloes (20-8, 9-6).

Colorado started by missing its first 14 shots.

Freshman Aaron Gordon led Arizona with 23 points and Nick Johnson added 20.

Pac-12 men
TeamConf.Overall
Arizona12-225-2
UCLA10-421-6
Stanford9-518-8
Arizona St.8-519-7
California8-517-9
Colorado9-620-8
Washington7-815-13
Utah6-817-9
Oregon St.6-814-12
Oregon5-817-8
WSU2-129-17
USC1-1210-16
Saturday’s resultsWashington 86, Oregon State 62Stanford 83, UCLA 74Arizona 88, Colorado 61


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