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Wednesday, February 19

Young players continue to carry men’s basketball to success

Junior guard Chris Smith leads UCLA men’s basketball with 13.3 points per game this season. Smith scored 20-plus points in each of the Bruins’ outings last weekend. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

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Mick Cronin said after Saturday’s win over the Huskies that 98% of college players shouldn’t go one-and-done. Junior guard Chris Smith, redshirt sophomore forward Cody Riley and sophomore guard David Singleton were waiting off camera when their coach made those remarks, but Cronin said he wasn’t trying to send any subliminal messages.









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