Post-Game Notes: UCLA 91, Fresno State 78
Dec. 22, 2012
Freshman guard Marvelle Harris scored a career-best 19 points to post his fourth double-digit scoring game of the season.
Junior guard Tyler Johnson scored 16 points to post his 26th career double-digit scoring game and sixth this season.
Junior guard Kevin Olekaibe scored 10 points to post his 47th career double-digit scoring game and fourth this season. He now ranks 27th on the Bulldogs' all-time scoring list with 1,015 career points.
Freshman Aaron Anderson earned his first collegiate start at point guard for the Bulldogs.
After holding its first 11 opponents to under 70 points in each game this season, Fresno State allowed UCLA to surpass the 70-point mark. The Bruins entered the contest averaging 78.5 points through their first 11 games. This season, the Bulldogs have held eight of their 12 foes to less than 60 points.
With UCLA's freshmen trio of Shabazz Muhammad (27 points), Jordan Adams (25 points) and Kyle Anderson (20 points and 17 rebounds), it marked the first time since Feb. 12, 2000 that the Bulldogs have allowed three players on an opposing team to score 20 or more points in a game. Anderson's 17 rebounds also marked the third straight game that the Bulldogs have allowed a single player on an opposing team to grab 15 or more rebounds.
UCLA improved to 116-25 (.823) at Pauley Pavilion under Ben Howland.
Fresno State fell to 2-6 against Pac-12 opponents under Rodney Terry.