UCLA Basketball at Oregon State 2018: TV, radio, live stream, stats and more

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UCLA Basketball is back on the road as they head to Corvallis to face the Oregon State Beavers. Here is how to watch and what to know…

The UCLA Basketball team, consistently inconsistent. It is incredible how good the Bruins can be when they are firing on all cylinders. It’s also astonishing to see how much production dips when nothing is going right.

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UCLA is already in trouble despite a 4-2 start to conference play, not because of the losses, it’s because they have shown that they can be beaten on the road and at home. They need to pull things together quickly as they begin the next Pac-12 road trip of the season tonight at Oregon State and it will not be easy.

Here is everything you need to know about UCLA vs. Oregon State…

UCLA Basketball vs. Oregon State Game Day Info


UCLA Bruins 13-5, 4-2 (3rd Pac-12)

Oregon State Beavers 10-7, 2-3 (9th Pac-12)

Location: Gill Coliseum, Corvallis, OR

Tipoff: 8:00 p.m. PT


Live Stream: Fox Sports Go

Radio: AM 570 or 1150 Los Angeles

On-line Radio: Tune-In

Odds: UCLA -2, O/U: 148

Last Game:

Colorado d. UCLA, 68-59

#11 Arizona State d. Oregon State, 77-75

ESPN Win Predictor: UCLA 56.6% – Oregon State 43.4%

Projected Starters:

UCLA – G Aaron Holiday, G Prince Ali, F Kris Wilkes, F Gyorgy Goloman, C Thomas Welsh

Oregon State – G Stephen Thompson Jr., G Ethan Thompson, F Tres Tinkle, F Drew Eubanks, F Seth Berger

Head Coaches:

UCLA – Steve Alford | Oregon State – Wayne Tinkle


UCLA | Oregon State

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UCLA Basketball vs. Oregon State: Stats, Final Word and Prediction

Key Individual Stats – UCLA:

Aaron Holiday – 19.4 ppg, 5.3 apg, 3.8 rpg

Thomas Welsh – 12.4 ppg,10.8 rpg, .467 FG%

Kris Wilkes – 13.9 ppg, 5.3 rpg, .462 FG%

Key Individual Stats – Oregon State:

Tres Tinkle – 18.2 ppg, 7.4 rpg, 3.5 apg

Stephen Thompson Jr. – 16.5 ppg, 3.4 rpg, 3.5 apg

Drew Eubanks – 13.3 ppg, 6.6 rpg, .630 FG%

Team Stats:

TeamAvg PtsOpp. PtsFG%RebsAsts
 UCLA 84.0 (2)76.2 (11).468 (6)40.2 (1)15.1 (6)
Oregon State73.9 (11)68.7 (1).473 (3) 35.9 (9) 14.9 (8)

Stats in ( ) indicate Pac-12 ranking

Players to Watch:

Aaron Holiday, Prince Ali, Jaylen Hands and Kris Wilkes – Everyone except for Welsh was a no-show against Colorado. Look for these four to get back in the groove again the Beavers.

Last Word:

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Oregon State is a very methodical team. They pace themselves on both ends of the court and try to set the tempo. They have been run over by quicker teams, but usually tend to put up a fight.

They have the best defense in the Pac-12, so their main objective will be to disrupt the Bruins’offense, which is not very hard. Lately, UCLA has been overly dependent on outside shooting, and as we saw against Colorado, if the shots don’t fall, UCLA will.

One way to counter this is to try and establish a presence in the paint. Welsh, Gyorgy Goloman and Alex Olesinski need to grab rebounds and try to go inside-out and vice versa. They also need to play smart on defense under the rim and stay out of foul trouble because OSU’s Tinkle and Eubanks can score and will try to impose their will.

The Bruins need to clog the middle and box out to force the Beavers into an outside shooting game. Hopefully this leads to transitions points which will wear down a team like OSU. Still, it should be a very close game, one that could possibly be decided in overtime.

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Prediction: UCLA 88 – Oregon State 87 OT