- Sophomore forward Ivan Rabb had just one shot in the first 11 minutes, but finished with 25 points and 13 rebounds – his 10th double-double of the season, including each of his last six home games. Rabb has now scored at least 20 points in a game five times this season.
- Rabb scored at least 25 points for the third time. He had a career-best 26 against Alcorn State on Dec. 3 and 25 points against Louisiana Tech Nov. 30.
- In his five Pac-12 home games this year, Rabb is averaging 14.0 rebounds per game.
- Rabb hit his fifth 3-pointer of the year in the first half and his sixth of the season in the second half, making him now 6-for-11 from behind the arc in 2016-17.
- With 17 points in his final home game against Stanford, California senior wing Jabari Bird moved up to 41st on Cal's career scoring list, now with 1,051 points.
- Bird also hit two three-pointers and now ranks eighth all-time in school history, with 158 shots made behind the arc.
- Freshman point guard Charlie Moore dished out a career-best eight assists. His previous high was six, set twice earlier this year.
- Junior center Kingsley Okoroh had two blocks, giving him 52 on the season, good for sixth all-time at Cal. He now has 113 rejections in his career (sixth in school history).
- After shooting just 37.0% (10-of-27) from the floor in the first half, the Bears shot 64.7% (11-of-17) after the break.
- Sunday's game served as the annual Pete Newell Classic, honoring Cal's Hall of Fame coach who led the Bears to the 1959 NCAA title. During a halftime ceremony, Stan Morrison was presented with the Pete Newell Career Achievement Award. Morrison played for the Bears from 1958-61 before embarking on a long career in athletics, as both a basketball coach (Pacific, USC, San Jose State) and athletic director (UC Santa Barbara, UC Riverside).
- Senior swimmer Ryan Murphy, who won three gold medals at the Olympics in Rio over the summer, presented the game ball before the start of the game.
- New head football coach Justin Wilcox was publicly introduced to fans at halftime. Wilcox was busy over the weekend, hosting a large contingent of official visitors, which has resulted in commitments from three-star offensive lineman Poutasi Poutasi, two-star safety Daniel Scott, three-star linebacker Kyle Harmon and two-star tight end Gavin Reinwald. Read about them HERE, HERE, HERE, and HERE. Also on the trip were commits Chase Garbers and Michael Saffell, as well as newly-offered tight end Ben Moos, who will make his decision in the next few days. Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei 2018 offensive lineman Tommy Brown also visited, unofficially, with his mother, as part of a two-day trip to Berkeley.
- On the hoops recruiting side, Justice Sueing made his official visit.
- Also in the building were Oakland Athletics manager Bob Melvin (a regular at Haas Pavilion), and two of his players: shortstop Marcus Semien and first baseman-outfielder Mark Canha. Both participated in Cal Baseball's Pro Day on Friday. You can watch film of Canha's batting practice session HERE, and read about the first practice of the spring HERE. You can also watch the BP sessions for Tony Renda and Mitchell Kranson HERE and HERE.
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