UCLA basketball transfers are off to fast starts

There have been a lot of UCLA basketball transfers in recent years, enough to put together a starting five of transfer students, and many are off to fast starts this season.

Brendan Lane made his debut for Pepperdine, scoring 12 points and getting 14 rebounds against San Diego Christian.

Mike Moser had 15 points for Oregon in an 82-75 win over Georgetown in which former UCLA center Josh Smith scored 25 points. They could have talked about old times.

Matt Carlino, a guard at Brigham Young, scored 22 points in an 81-72 win over Weber State.

De'End Parker, a guard, had 14 points for Cal State San Marcos in an 87-75 win over Warner Pacific.

Tyler Lamb, a guard, will make his debut for Long Beach State later this season when he becomes eligible after the fall semester ends.


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