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UCLA can't overcome sluggish first half in 83-72 loss to Arizona State in Pac-12 quarterfinals

LAS VEGAS_UCLA scored basket after basket, a runaway resembling something of a game again, when its two best players had a chance to further cut into the deficit.

Kris Wilkes came up with a steal but missed an out-of-control layup.

Jaylen Hands pulled up for a deep three-pointer but airballed it.

They were two plays that symbolized a sad ending to a dismal season. It's all mercifully over after UCLA's 83-72 loss to Arizona

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