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

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UCLA Basketball looks to stay in the Pac-12 title race and have to get a couple of wins in their last home stand of the season which begins tonight against Oregon State. Here is how to watch and what to know…

The UCLA Basketball team got a split on the road last week, but it was a bit of a let down considering what might have been. The Bruins went into Tucson and beat conference-leading Arizona, and then two days later blew it against Arizona State.

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This has caused them to fall two games back of the Wildcats and if they want a shot at the Pac-12 Championship, they need Arizona to lose a few games as well as win as many of their own. So how will things turn out for UCLA?

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

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UCLA Basketball vs. Oregon State Game Day Info


UCLA Bruins 17-8, 8-5 (2nd Pac-12)

Oregon State Beavers 13-11, 6-7 (10th Pac-12)

Location: Pauley Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA

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 -7, O/U: 150

Last Game:

Arizona State d. UCLA, 88-79

Oregon State d. Washington, 97-94

ESPN Win Predictor: UCLA 85.5% – Oregon State 14.5%

Projected Starters:

UCLA – G Aaron Holiday, G Jaylen Hands, F Kris Wilkes, F Gyorgy Goloman, C Thomas Welsh

Oregon State – G Stephen Thompson, Jr., G Ethan Thompson, F Alfred Hollins, F Tres Tinkle, F Drew Eubanks

Head Coaches:

UCLA – Steve Alford | Oregon State – Wayne Tinkle


UCLA | Oregon State

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

Key Individual Stats – UCLA:

Aaron Holiday – 19.1 ppg, 5.5 apg, 3.5 rpg

Thomas Welsh – 13.0 ppg,10.3 rpg, .486 FG%

Kris Wilkes – 13.7 ppg, 5.2 rpg, .455 FG%

Key Individual Stats – Oregon State:

Tre Tinkle – 18.5 ppg, 7.0 rpg, 3.6 apg

Stephen Thompson Jr. – 16.5 ppg, 3.3 rpg, 3.2 apg

Drew Eubanks – 13.1 ppg, 7.0 rpg, .639 FG%

Team Stats:

TeamAvg PtsOpp. PtsFG%RebsAsts
 UCLA 82.7 (2)76.2 (10).470 (3)38.3 (1)15.2 (5)
Oregon St.74.3 (9)70.0 (2).472 (2) 35.5 (8) 15.1 (6)

Stats in ( ) indicate Pac-12 ranking

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Players to Watch:

Gyorgy Goloman – Goloman has been instrumental in the last few games. UCLA needs the veteran to step up even more in their last five regular season games.

Kris Wilkes and Jaylen Hands – The freshmen have had flashes of greatness throughout the season. Now that they are technically not newbies, they need to play like veterans and help lift the Bruins to victory.

Last Word:

The Pac-12 is a wacky place. UCLA beat Arizona and then lost to Arizona State. Oregon State is in 10th place in the conference, but just beat potential NCAA Tournament team Washington in overtime.

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The Pac-12 may be down this year, and that is due to the fact that they are beating up on each other. With that in mind, it is possible for Oregon State to shock UCLA at home. And why not? The Beavers have already defeated UCLA this season. If the Bruins play down to Oregon State (possibly looking past them at Oregon on the weekend), then UCLA will get smacked in the mouth.

UCLA has lacked fire in several games this season, but not all. As we have said many times before, the Bruins are consistently inconsistent. They can be good enough to go on a four-game win streak (which includes wins over USC and Arizona) and then get up ended by teams in the bottom half of the conference.

Head coach Steve Alford has to know what a win and a loss to Oregon State means, so it would beneficial to light a fire under his players and attack Oregon State early. The Beavers are methodical and play good defense so UCLA has to break through this and play their uptempo style and not let Oregon State dictate the pace.

On defense, well, UCLA has to play some. Tinkle, Thompson and Eubanks did a number on UCLA last month in Corvallis, which means the Bruins have to shut them down at Pauley. Put a hand up, box out, get in the passing lanes… anything! Just stop those Beavers!

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Prediction: UCLA 86 – Oregon State 78