UCLA vs. UNLV Online Live Stream, TV Broadcast Info, Prediction

    UCLA vs. UNLV online live stream, TV broadcast information, and predictions. The Bruins and the Rebels will tip off as part of the Maui Invitational.

    November 23, 2015


    Everything you need to know about the UCLA vs. UNLV online live stream and TV broadcast, as well as game notes and prediction.


    As part of the Maui Invitational in Maui, Hawaii, the UCLA Bruins (2-1) will take on the UNLV Rebels (3-0) in the Lahaina Civic Center.

    After dropping the season opener to Monmouth, 84-81, UCLA responded with two straight wins against Cal Poly and Pepperdine. A big reason the Bruins have found a winning formula is because of senior forward Tony Parker, who’s averaging 16.7 points and 16 rebounds per game so far.

    UNLV hasn’t missed a beat in its first three games, collecting wins against Cal Poly, New Mexico Highlands and Southern Utah. Though the Rebels will get their first real challenge of the season against UCLA. While sophomore guard Patrick McCaw is taking charge with 16.7 points per game, freshman Stephen Zimmerman Jr. has been using his 7-foot frame to average 12.7 points and 9.7 rebounds per game.

    Below is everything you need to know about the game, including the UCLA vs. UNLV online live stream, TV broadcast information, game notes and prediction.


    UCLA vs. UNLV Online Live Stream, Game Broadcast Information

    • Venue: Lahaina Civic Center, Maui, Hawaii.
    • Date: Monday, November 23
    • Tipoff Time: 11:30 p.m. ET
    • National TV: ESPN2
    • UCLA vs. UNLV Online Live Stream: Watch ESPN, UCLA Radio Live Stream

    Prediction

    Zimmerman may have found success so far, but that will end against UCLA’s 7-foot sophomore Thomas Welsh and Parker. McCaw will do his share of scoring, but Bryce Alford will match him along the way. In the end, the Bruins will come out on top after winning the battle on the boards.

    Robert Judin:  UCLA 86, UNLV 81
    Jordan Cornette: UNLV 82, UCLA 80


    Game Notes

    • UCLA’s 60 rebounds in the season opener marked the team’s highest single-game rebound total since grabbing 61
      boards versus Portland on Dec. 14, 2002.
    • 7-foot center Thomas Welsh has made a strong impact through three contests, averaging 13.3 points and 7.0 rebounds per game. Welsh, who had five blocked shots against Monmouth (Nov. 13), scored in double figures in UCLA’s first two
      games, recording a career-high 22 points versus Cal Poly (Nov. 15).
    • Dave Rice has led the Runnin’ Rebels to 89 victories over his first four years, an average of 22 wins per season.


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