JumpOffPlus.com College Tour: UCLA Game Blog – December 28, 2014

The Bruins look to Kari Korver for leadership as they host national power Notre Dame.  *Photo by UCLA Athletics

The Bruins look essay on my favorite day of the year to Kari Korver for leadership as they host national power Notre Dame.
*Photo by UCLA Athletics

LOS ANGELES – UCLA coach Cori Close has challenged this young group with the task of battling the nation’s premier non-conference slate. The Bruins have squared off with James Madison, Nebraska, North Carolina, Texas and UConn. All five of them are all more than capable of winning their respective conference tournaments this spring. The Bruins host another top shelf program today in consensus Top Five Notre Dame. We will bring you full coverage and thoughts from today’s game inside of a packed Pauley Pavilion.

By: @BrandonClayPSB


18:50 – It doesn’t take long for Jr. Guard Nirra Fields to get on the board hitting a 3-pointer to get this one kicked off. essay exam writing for the california bar exam 3 to 0 UCLA.

17:05 – RS Jr. Kacy Swain hits a 12 foot jump shot. 5 to 2 UCLA.

15:30 – RS Soph. Kari Korver with a 17 foot jump shot off of the bounce. 7 to 4 UCLA.

13:20 – Fr. Guard Recee’ Caldwell makes a cross court skip to Korver for a corner 3-pointer. 10 to 9 UCLA.

12:20 – Another Fr. Monique Billings with two offensive rebounds and a free throw. 11 to 11.

11:30 – UCLA’s five-person freshman class will be a big part of their future. Fr. PG Jordin Canada just finished a tough left-handed layup in the lane. 14 to 13 Notre Dame.

9:40 – It’s Caldwell to Korver again for a 3-pointer. 20 to 16 Notre Dame.

9:00 – Fields with a essay on my favorite game basketball free throw to cut it to a one-possession game. 20 to 17 Notre Dame.

8:17 – Canada again with the basket. 22 to 19 ND.

6:09 – Fr. LaJahna Drummer with a tough finish on the inside. 28 to 21 ND.

4:45 – Drummer makes a free throw. 35 to 22 ND.

2:10 – Caldwell with a long 3-pointer. 37 to 26 ND.

:59 – Fields with a free throw then a transition layup. 38 to 29 ND.

HALFTIME SCORE: Notre Dame 42-29


19:38 – Swain with an And1 finish then a free throw. 42 to 32 ND.

17:30 – Drummer with a basket. 47 to 34 ND.

16:40 – Caldwell with another 3-pointer. 50 to 37 ND.

14:00 – Canada essay on my daily routine in present indefinite tense with a nice move off of the bounce. 53 TO 39 ND.

13:10 – Fields with a 3-pointer off of the cross court skip from Canada. 53 to 42 ND.

11:00 – Canada with a nice pull-up in transition. 57 to 44 ND.

10:30 – Canada again with a tough finish in traffic. 60 to 46 ND.

9:04 – Billings makes a nice move to get a score in the paint. 61 to 48 ND.

7:50 – Billings has been consistent with her energy so far. Two free throws make it 63 to 52 ND.

7:20 – Fields with the And1 possession. 66 to 53 ND.

6:35 – Canada is back at it with two free throws of her own. 66 to 55 ND.

5:40 – Oh Canada. Another do my homework cheap pull up for the young point guard. 66 to 57 ND.

3:57 – Fields, a Canadian native, hits a 3-pointer. 73 to 60.

1:50 – Fields again on a backdoor from Canada. 80 to 64 ND.

:40 – Canada with a steal and a transition score. 82 to 66 ND.

:27 – Fields with a free throw as this one winds down. 82 to 67 ND.

FINAL SCORE: 82 to 67 Notre Dame

Brandon Clay Brandon Clay is the owner of the JumpOffPlus.com International Report, Peach State Basketball, Inc., and ProspectsNation.com. The JumpOffPlus.com is picked up by more than 200 colleges and universities nationwide. He serves as the Executive Camp Director for the Elite Basketball Academy Camps. Clay has been involved in the community since 2001. You can reach him at [email protected]