Highlights: UCLA storms past Stanford to win Pac-12 semifinal


P12 Stanford UCLA BasketballLAS VEGAS – UCLA raced to a huge lead and never looked back in a 84-59 victory over Stanford to earn a spot in Saturday’s Pac-12 final.

Norman Powell led the Bruins with 22 points in just 23 minutes. UCLA led 24-5 before the game was even eight minutes old. After Stanford cut the lead to 13 points on the first possession of the second half, UCLA embarked on a 12-0 run which essentially ended the game as a contest. The Bruins were able to empty the bench with 14 different players seeing action.

Ted Robinson and Bill Frieder called the action on WestwoodOne Sports.

(Travis Wear’s layup makes it 22-5)


(UCLA takes a 24-5 lead on a tip-in)


(Travis Wear scores and it’s 41-21)


(Wear dunks one home and UCLA leads by 27)


(Norman Powell scores to make it 75-50)


(Postgame recap from Ted Robinson and Bill Frieder)


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