Sunday, January 16, 2011
Bruins discuss frustrations vs. Ducks
By Peter Yoon
EUGENE, Ore. -- UCLA leading scorer Reeves Nelson had a tough Saturday afternoon at Oregon, fouling out without scoring a point during UCLA's 67-59 victory over the Ducks.
It was the first time Nelson had gone scoreless in his career and he didn't even attempt a shot. After the game, the power forward talked about how he allowed Oregon forward E.J. Singler to frustrate him with what he called "cheap shots." UCLA center Joshua Smith also alleged "dirty stuff" by Oregon.