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NCAAB Game Recap: California (63) vs. Stanford (51) - 3/11/2020
Posted: Wednesday, March 11, 2020 by CapperTekSEO
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3/11/2020 9:00 PM EST (118 DAYS AGO) MONEYLINE SPREAD TOTAL
California[63]
+405
+9.5 (-104)
Over 128 (-113)
Stanford[51]
-527
-9.5 (-113)
Under 128 (-107)
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NCAAB Game Recap: California (63) vs. Stanford (51) - Date: 3/11/2020 Mar 12, 2020LAS VEGAS For California and Stanford players and coaches, the game went on - even with a cloud of uncertainty going on in the sports world - and world.In perhaps their last game of the season in front of fans due to the threat of Coronavirus, the Cal Bears didn't want to make it their last game.Matt Bradley and Paris Austin both had 18 points along with six rebounds each to lead California past Stanford 63-51 at the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament on Wednesday night at T-Mobile Arena.Cal (14-18), which entered the tournament as the 10th seed, advanced to play No. 2 UCLA on Thursday. Kareem South added 15 points for the Bears.The game will be among the last without fan restrictions. Free Sports Picks Daily. The league announced prior to the game the conference's tournament will be played under a restricted attendance policy.Earlier in the day, the NCAA announced that its annual tournament would be played under similar circumstances.''If health and the safety is the No. 1 priority that we say it is, then fully support keeping just those that are necessary to compete in the game tomorrow,'' said California coach Mark Fox, who won his 300th game in his career. ''And hopefully we can regroup and play well.'' ''I think the players and everyone's safety is the most important thing,'' Austin said. ''We love to play in front of fans, but right now safety is the most important thing.'' Daejon Davis led seventh-seeded Stanford (20-12) with 16 points and Bryce Wills had 10 as the NCAA-bubble Cardinals finished 17-of-53 shooting (32%).''I think today we just -- the intent was there and the care factor, as coach said, was there,'' Wills said. ''But I think we laid a little bit of an egg today. And just our basketball lives are on the line right now. And we failed to do that today.'' The Bears jumped to a 7-0 lead and never trailed. Stanford once tied it at 17. Cal led 30-20 at halftime, capped by a Joel Brown running layup at the buzzer. Sports Monitor. The Bears built their largest lead at 16 late in the game and now will look back at their 50-40 loss to the Bruins on Jan. 19.''It's been a long time since we played UCLA,'' Fox said. ''They're a completely different team. We couldn't score, their defense was elite.'' STANFORD ON BUBBLEStanford coach Jerod Haase awaits word on a possible NCAA berth Sunday.''If you look at a piece of paper, I think we would be in,'' he said. ''But on the flip side of that, it's the eye test. If you take tonight out of the equation, I think our eye test looks pretty good. We have a team that competes defensively, for the most part have been elite consistently this year.'' Fox pleaded for his rival to be selected.''First of all, we beat a terrific team,'' he said. ''This league deserves to have seven teams in the NCAA Tournament. Stanford had some great wins.'' THE RIVALRYThe teams split the regular season with Cal winning the second game at home, 52-50 on Jan. 26. Winning Sports Handicappers. This was the fourth time the teams have met in the 22-year history of the conference tournament. The series record is 2-2. The last time was in 2012 when the Cardinal won 76-58. The Golden Bears still lead the all-time series 150-125.TIP-INSCal: Fox, who also coached at Nevada (2004-2009) and Georgia (2009-2018), is now 300-194. This the first time Cal came into the tournament as a 10th seed. They had never been lower than ninth. The Bears are now 17-22 in tournament play.Stanford: The Cardinal are looking to reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2014. Coming into Wednesday, Stanford led the Pac-12 in shooting at 47.4% and was 20th nationally. Ironically, the Cardinal shot 27.3% in the first half. Stanford had three players earn All Pac-12 recognition with first-teamer Oscar da Silva (four points), who was averaging 16.1 points per game coming into Wednesday.UP NEXTCal: Will play No. 2 UCLA Thursday in the quarterfinal round.Stanford: Will await word for a postseason tournament berth.---More college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/-Top25

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