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March 8, 2007 at 6:59 PM

UCLA-Cal aftermath

Some interesting reactions to UCLA’s loss to Cal from Bruin coach Ben Howland, who seemed particularly down on his team afterward and several times made references to the loss to UW Saturday.
“I’m extremely disappointed in how we’ve played our last two games,” Howland said. “If we don’t play any better than we are playing right now, than any team in the field of 64 will beat us.”
Howland said UCLA is shooting too many threes right now — the Bruins had 25 in 55 overall attempts against Cal.
Another problem — Arron Afflalo seems to be hitting the wall a bit. He has had two straight poor games and some scouts here said they think he looks a little tired.
Another problem — UCLA’s guards seem to have switched roles. Darren Collison took 15 shots for the second straight game while Afflalo attempted only seven against the Bears.
By the way, the Huskies again practiced at UCLA today for their pre-game shootaround.

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