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Up next for UCLA: at Washington State on Saturday

Up next for UCLA: at Washington State on Saturday
UCLA guard Kyle Anderson, driving past Washington guard Andrew Andrews on Thursday, leads the Bruins in rebounds and assists this season with averages of 8.6 and 6.7 a game, respectively. (Stephen Brashear / Associated Press)

When:

8 p.m.

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Where: Beasley Coliseum.

On the air: TV: Fox Sports1; Radio: 570.

Records: Bruins 23-7, 12-5, Cougars 9-20, 2-15.

Update: There is nothing for the Bruins to attain here with a victory, other than momentum for next week's Pac-12 tournament. UCLA is already assured of being the second-seeded team. The Bruins certainly don't want to stumble against the Cougars, who are tied for last in the Pac-12. DaVonte Lacy averages 19.6 points to lead the Cougars, but it has been a rough season. Lacy missed two games because of an appendectomy, one the conference opener against Arizona. He missed six more games with a rib injury. Lacy has averaged 20.5 points the last four games. The Bruins' Kyle Anderson needs five assists to become the first Pac-12 player to have 200 rebounds and 200 assists since UCLA's Bill Walton in 1973-74.

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