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Stanford vs UCLA Pac-10 Tournament Final

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What can you say about 2nd-team all-conference Darren Collison? 2nd-team? Are you kidding me?! But Collison doesn't get mad - he gets even, becoming the MVP of the Pac-10 Tournament. Collison controlled the tempo and scored at will against the Cardinal, on his way to 28 points. Meanwhile, Love played through back spasms with a gutsy performance, and still managed to score in double digits. But the big key for the Bruins was the play of James Keefe, as he would score eight points in 21 minutes.

The rest of the team did their thing too, but it was Keefe who would start a key run at about the seven minute mark in the second half, as the Bruins pushed the lead to 10 points with a little over two minutes to play. Shaky (4 of 8) free throw shooting down the stretch gave Stanford a last gasp chance with 2.9 seconds left. However, the Bruins emerged victorious capturing the Pac-10 Tournament championship and what should be a #1 seed in the upcoming NCAA Tournament.

Postgame interviews:
Westbrook and Shipp
Coach Howland

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