Washington vs. UCLA By-the-Numbers

Tonight, the Dawgs will face the UCLA Bruins in the first round of the Pac-10 tournament. The Bruins have had the Huskies number in years past but this is a different team. Washington improved it's NCAA Tournament chances in the regular-season finale with a 75-62 upset over previously undefeated Stanford.

Washington vs. UCLA
at Staples Center, LA
Thur, March 11, 2004
TV - Fox at 6:30 PM PST
Catagories (326 ranked) Washington UCLA
 ValueRankValueRank
Scoring Offense 81.3 (8) 65.9 (246)
Scoring Defense 77.9 (314) 69.2 (172)
Scoring Margin 3.5 (114) -3.3 (249)
Field-Goal Percentage 46.3 (63) 46.0 (73)
Field-Goal Percentage Defense 46.0 (293) 43.0 (145)
Three-Point Field Goals Per Game 6.4 (140) 4.4 (309)
Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage 35.4 (125)NANA
Free-Throw Percentage 71.6 (73) 64.0 (291)
Rebound Margin -0.3 (188) 1.5 (129)
Assists Per Game 16.1 (38) 14.4 (125)
Blocked Shots Per Game 2.9 (187) 2.6 (219)
Steals Per Game 7.4 (139) 4.6 (323)
Won-Lost Percentage 63.0 (90) 40.7 (230)
Turnovers Per Game 15.2 (180) 15.8 (233)
Personal Fouls Per Game 21.4 (298) 18.1 (96)

Top Players

Washington
Rank Player Category Value
15 Nate Robinson Free-Throw Percentage (50 ranked) 87.1
UCLA
Rank Player Category Value
43 Cedric Bozeman Assist Per Game(50 ranked) 4.5
44 T.J. Cummings Field-Goal Percentage(50 ranked) 55.2
Data current as of Monday, March 8, 2004
Direct any questions about accuracy to pthrapp@dawgman.com

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