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2001-02 UCLA Bruins men's basketball team

2001–02
Sweet 16 vs. Missouri, L, 81–73
Conference Pacific-10
Ranking
Coaches #20[1]
2001–02 record 21–12 (11–7 Pac-10)
Head coach Steve Lavin
Assistant coach Michael Holton
Assistant coach Jim Saia
Assistant coach Steve Spencer
Home arena Pauley Pavilion

The 2001–02 UCLA Bruins men's basketball team represented the University of California, Los Angeles in the 2001–02 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The team finished 6th in the conference and lost in the first round of the Pac-10 tournament to the California Golden Bears. The Bruins competed in the 2002 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament, losing to the Missouri Tigers in the sweet sixteen.

Roster

No. Position Year Player
1 United States G Fr Dijon Thompson
2 United States G So Janou Rubin
3 United States SG/SF Sr Billy Knight
5 United States F Fr Andre Patterson
10 United States G Fr Ryan Walcott
13 United States G Fr Gene Barnes
15 United States G Fr Quinn Hawking
21 United States G Fr Cedric Bozeman
No. Position Year Player
22 United States G/F Sr Rico Hines
23 United States F Sr Matt Barnes
24 United States F Jr Jason Kapono
34 United States F/SG Sr Ray Young
43 United States F So T. J. Cummings
50 Netherlands C/PF Sr Dan Gadzuric
52 United States C So John Hoffart
54 United States F Fr Josiah Johnson

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Schedule

Date Opponent Location Result Overall Conf.
Exhibition Games
November 8, 2001 EA Sports All Stars Pauley Pavilion W 102–77
0–0
0–0
November 14, 2001 Global Sports Pauley Pavilion W 86–60
0–0
0–0
Regular season
November 19, 2001 Houston Lahaina Civic Center1 W 71–60
1–0
0–0
November 20, 2001 Ball State Lahaina Civic Center1 L 91–73
1–1
0–0
November 21, 2001 South Carolina Lahaina Civic Center1 W 89–77
2–1
0–0
November 28, 2001 Pepperdine Pauley Pavilion L 85–78
2–2
0–0
December 5, 2001 UC Riverside Pauley Pavilion W 65–50
3–2
0–0
December 8, 2001 #16 Alabama Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim2 W 79–57
4–2
0–0
December 15, 2001 UC Irvine Pauley Pavilion W 75–74
5–2
0–0
December 20, 2001 Washington Hec Edmundson Pavilion W 85–79
6–2
1–0
December 22, 2001 Washington State Beasley Coliseum W 79–74
7–2
2–0
December 27, 2001 Columbia Pauley Pavilion W 64–55
8–2
2–0
December 29, 2001 #20 Georgetown Pauley Pavilion W 98–91
9–2
2–0
January 4, 2002 Washington Pauley Pavilion W 74–62
10–2
3–0
January 6, 2002 Washington State Pauley Pavilion W 81–62
11–2
4–0
January 10, 2002 USC Great Western Forum3 L 81–77
11–3
4–1
January 12, 2002 #1 Kansas Pauley Pavilion W 87–77
12–3
4–1
January 17, 2002 Arizona State Wells Fargo Arena W 82–79
13–3
5–1
January 19, 2002 #15 Arizona McKale Center L 96–86
13–4
5–2
January 24, 2002 #17 Stanford Pauley Pavilion L 86–76
13–5
5–3
January 26, 2002 California Pauley Pavilion W 64–57
14–5
6–3
January 31, 2002 Oregon McArthur Court L 91–62
14–6
6–4
February 2, 2002 Oregon State Gill Coliseum W 70–48
15–6
7–4
February 6, 2002 #25 USC Pauley Pavilion W 67–65
16–6
8–4
February 9, 2002 Villanova The Pavilion L 58–57
16–7
8–4
February 14, 2002 #9 Arizona Pauley Pavilion W 77–76
17–7
9–4
February 16, 2002 Arizona State Pauley Pavilion L 69–68
17–8
9–5
February 21, 2002 California Haas Pavilion L 69–51
17–9
9–6
February 23, 2002 #10 Stanford Maples Pavilion W 95–92
18–9
10–6
February 28, 2002 Oregon State Pauley Pavilion W 65–57
19–9
11–6
March 2, 2002 #13 Oregon Pauley Pavilion L 65–62
19–10
11–7
Pacific-10 Conference Tournament
March 7, 2002 #25 California Staples Center L 67–61
19–11
11–7
NCAA Tournament
March 15, 2002 Mississippi Pittsburgh, PA W 80–58
20–11
11–7
March 17, 2002 #5 Cincinnati Pittsburgh, PA W 105–101
21–11
11–7
March 22, 2002 Missouri San Jose, CA L 81–73
21–12
11–7
*Conference games in green.
1Maui Invitational Tournament
2John R. Wooden Classic
3The Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena was being used at the time for the U.S. Figure Skating Championships.

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