Los Angeles Teams

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan here in Toronto (pic via Vanessa Bryant's Instagram: @vanessabryant):

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Huge second half powers Arizona past UCLA (1:02)
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Arizona v. UCLA Postgame Breakdown (1:48)

No. 17 Arizona outlasts UCLA

Allonzo Trier scored 18 points and Kaleb Tarczewski added nine points and 14 boards as No. 17 Arizona defeated UCLA 81-75. Isaac Hamilton had a game-high 24 points for the Bruins in the loss. Box score

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Towns finishes off 2-on-0 with alley-oop (0:18)
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Arizona State knocks off No. 23 USC (1:27)
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Kings get wild win over Rangers in OT (1:10)

Rob Peterson ESPN.com 

Rodney Hood and Jahlil Okafor are perfect so far, going a combined 9-for-9 for the US.

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Postgame Interview (2:21)
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No. 23 USC falls on the road to ASU

It was all Sun Devils down the stretch, as Arizona State turned away No. 23 USC 74-67. Tra Holder banked this 3 to finish the job.

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J. Jacobs made Dunk. Assisted by E. Stewart. (0:12)

Rob Peterson ESPN.com 

USA 88, World 79 at the half (or the final of nearly every Knicks-Heat game in the '90s). The Nuggets' Emmanuel Mudiay leads all scorers with 21. The Lakers' Jordan Clarkson leads the US with 19 and is 5-for-8 from three. The Suns' Devin Booker, Nerlens Noel's replacement, has 18.

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T. Holder made Three Point Jumper. (0:52)
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S. Goodman made Layup. Assisted by G. Blakes. (0:42)
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Arizona fired up, still down to UCLA

The home crowd threw up the 'Z' to show 7-foot Wildcats center Kaleb Tarczewski some love, but No. 17 Arizona is struggling to keep pace with UCLA in the first half. Catch the Pac-12 action live on ESPN and WatchESPN.

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J. McLaughlin made Jumper. (0:15)
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Clarkson's full-court outlet sets up LaVine dunk (0:16)
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Curtain of Distraction in formation

Beyonce impersonators didn't create enough of a distraction to make USC's Chimezie Metu miss his free throw, but it was another solid effort, Arizona State.

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Walton's 'chimes of freedom' aren't far away

Bill Walton joked that TSA wouldn't let him bring his glockenspiel from last night's game in Berkeley. Luckily, one of the members of Arizona's band has one handy.

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E. Stewart Block. (0:27)
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Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Stanley Johnson spending the NBA all-star break at McKale Center, their old home. (0:30)