UCLA beats Oregon for fourth win in a row

Jaylen Clark and freshman Amari Bailey every scored 14 factors and No. 21 UCLA rallied within the closing 4 minutes to carry off Oregon 65-56 on Sunday at Pauley Pavilion for its fourth consecutive win.

The Bruins (7-2, 2-0 Pac-12) hadn’t had an enormous scoring run all sport till they pulled away late.

Clinging to a one-point lead, they scored eight in a row to make it 63-54. Jaime Jaquez Jr. and Bailey had 4 factors apiece, with Bailey capping the run on a two-handed dunk.

Bailey got here up with a flying block of Brennan Rigsby with barely a minute left and Quincy Guerrier missed a three-pointer for the Geese (4-5, 1-1), who had gained 4 in a row over the Bruins.

After Jaquez made a pair of free throws, Guerrier missed one other three-pointer from the correct sideline with Jaquez in his face within the closing seconds of the Bruins’ fourth straight victory.

Guerrier led the Geese with 15 factors and Will Richardson had 13 factors.

Jaquez, who averages 18 factors, completed with 12 factors after early foul bother.

David Singleton made a three-pointer to place the Bruins forward 49-47 earlier than Rivaldo Soares scored to tie it. From there, the groups went forwards and backwards. The Geese bought to inside one on a pair of free throws by Lok Wur.

Trailing by six, the Geese ran off 9 consecutive factors to regain the lead, 47-44. Guerrier made a three-pointer and one other basket, and Richardson chipped in a basket as a part of the spurt.

After being restricted to 6 minutes, Jaquez returned to begin the second half and confirmed why the Bruins missed him whereas in foul bother. He keyed a 12-4 run that gave UCLA its first lead, 33-31, since early within the sport. Jaquez scored, then stole the ball in a play capped by Bailey’s one-handed dunk.

The Geese led 27-21 on the break after holding the Bruins to a season-low in first-half factors.