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Photos from UCLA vs. Stanford

I'm a little short on quality photos tonight, but hopefully these will convey something of what it was like to be there. Zeek was a force everywhere, racking up 21 points, 6 assists, and 6 steals while shooting 60% from downtown. Josh Smith was hobbled early by foul trouble, and while there were many ticky-tack fouls tonight, not all of his were so questionable. Despite that, he still managed to lead the team in rebounds (with 7), and added on 7 points. But to me, the stat of the game is Stanford's shooting; our defense held them to 39% shooting (season avg. 44%), and to 61 points, 10 below their season average. Without the points from their numerous (and often undeserved) trips to the charity stripe, this game would have been a lot more comfortable toward the end, so props to the team for dealing with the frequent whistles and ending on a 10-point run near the end to all but close it out and force the foul game.

From 20120209MBB vs. Stanford


Travis Wear throws down a momentum-changing transition dunk in the first half.

More after the jump!

From 20120209MBB vs. Stanford

From 20120209MBB vs. Stanford

Josh Smith against the double-team

From 20120209MBB vs. Stanford

Jerime in transition

From 20120209MBB vs. Stanford

Unfortunately, none of the pictures I have of him tonight just don't do Zeek justice.

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of BruinsNation's (BN) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of BN's editors.</em>

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