The UCLA Bruins (3-1) are heavily favored (-11) to build on a three-game win streak when they host the San Diego Toreros (0-0) at 9:00 PM ET on Wednesday, December 9, 2020 at Pauley Pavilion. The contest airs on PACN. The matchup has an over/under of 64.5 points.
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- Chris Smith leads the Bruins in points and rebounds. He contributes 17.7 points per game while tacking on 9.0 rebounds.
- The team is led in assists by Tyger Campbell's 8.3 per game.
- The Bruins are led by David Singleton from beyond the arc. He hits 2.0 shots from deep per game.
- UCLA's blocks leader is Jalen Hill, who averages 1.5 per game. Singleton leads the team averaging 1.3 steals an outing.
San Diego Leaders
- Ben Pyle put up 12.3 points per game last season.
- Marion Humphrey dished out 2.5 assists per game and Yauhen Massalski pulled down 7.0 rebounds per outing.
- Pyle was debendable from the three-point line a season ago, knocking down 2.5 threes per game.
- Humphrey averaged 1.3 steals per game. Massalski collected 1.5 blocks a game.
- Last season, the Bruins put up 69.5 points per contest, only three fewer points than the 72.5 the Toreros gave up to opponents.
- UCLA went 4-0 against the spread and 8-3 overall last season when scoring more than 72.5 points.
- San Diego put together a record of 3-8-1 against the spread and 1-16 overall last season when allowing more than 69.5 points.
- The Toreros scored an average of 65.7 points per game last year, only 1.4 fewer points than the 67.1 the Bruins allowed.
- San Diego put together a 7-0 ATS record and a 7-7 overall record last season in games it scored more than 67.1 points.
- UCLA went 2-10 against the spread and 3-11 overall last season when it gave up more than 65.7 points.
- The Bruins out-scored their opponents by a total of 74 points last season (2.4 points per game on average), and opponents of the Toreros out-scored them by 218 more points on the year (6.8 per game).
- The Bruins and the Toreros hauled in rebounds at nearly the same clip last season (33.8 and 31.2 boards per game, respectively).
- The Bruins were 10-10 against the spread when grabbing more boards than their opponents. The Toreros were 4-8 when they lost the rebounding advantage.
- The Bruins grabbed 10.4 offensive rebounds per game, more than the Toreros by 2.5 rebounds per game last season.
- When the Bruins grabbed the most offensive rebounds they were 8-10 against the spread. When recording fewer boards, the Toreros were 4-5-1.
- UCLA found regular success on the glass with an average rebounding margin of +5.6 rebounds per game, and San Diego struggled in comparison averaging a margin of -2.9.