Second Round Highlights: (4) UCLA 76 – (13) Tulsa 59

03/22/2014

Kyle Anderson, Lew EvansSAN DIEGO, CA – Jordan Adams led the way with 21 points as UCLA pulled away for a second-round NCAA tournament win over Tulsa by a final score of 76-59.

The Pac-12 tournament champions led by five points at halftime, but pulled away after the break for a comfortable victory. UCLA will face Stephen F. Austin in the third round on Sunday.

Dave Sims and Bill Frieder called the action on WestwoodOne Sports.

(Travis Wear slams one home and UCLA leads by 14)

(Norman Powell’s steal and basket puts the Bruins back up 10)

(Jordan Adams hits a three as the UCLA lead grows again)

(Back-to-back baskets put the game away)

(Postgame interview with UCLA’s Kyle Anderson)

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