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Up next for No. 24 UCLA: Monday vs. Sacramento State

The Bruins, averaging 81.5 points a game with balanced scoring, will try to improve to 3-0.

November 17, 2013|By Diane Pucin
  • UCLA's Tony Parker, right, looks to pass around Oakland's Dante Williams during the Bruins' 91-60 win Tuesday. UCLA will look to improve to 3-0 on the season Monday against Sacramento State.
UCLA's Tony Parker, right, looks to pass around Oakland's Dante… (Alex Gallardo / Associated…)

When: 8.

Where: Pauley Pavilion

On the air: TV: Pac-12 Networks; Radio: 570.

Records: UCLA 2-0, Sacramento State 1-1.

Update: The Bruins have averaged 81.5 points and held opponents to 63.5 in their first two games, with five players averaging in double figures, led by sophomore Jordan Adams at 19 points per game. The surprise has been sophomore center Tony Parker, trimmer and more active this season, averaging 13.5 points and 8.5 rebounds and shooting 13 for 18 from the field. Senior forward Travis Wear, who underwent an appendectomy Oct. 28, is questionable for the game; freshman Noah Allen, who suffered fractures to his face in a collision with an Oakland player last week, is out. Sacramento State is led by junior point guard Dylan Garrity and junior shooting guard Mikh McKinney, averaging a combined 29 points.

—Diane Pucin

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