2000–01 UCLA Bruins men's basketball team

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2000–01 UCLA Bruins men's basketball
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Sweet 16 vs. Duke, L, 76–63
Conference Pacific-10
Ranking
Coaches #12[1]
AP #15[1]
2000–01 record 23–9 (14–4, 3rd Pac-10)
Head coach Steve Lavin
Assistant coach Michael Holton
Assistant coach Jim Saia
Assistant coach Steve Spencer
Home arena Pauley Pavilion
Seasons
« 1999–2000 2001–02 »
2000–01 Pacific-10 Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#5 Stanford 16 2   .889     31 3   .912
#2 Arizona 15 3   .833     28 8   .778
#12 UCLA 14 4   .778     23 9   .719
USC 11 7   .611     24 10   .706
California 11 7   .611     20 11   .645
Oregon 5 13   .278     14 14   .500
Arizona State 5 13   .278     13 16   .448
Washington State 5 13   .278     12 16   .429
Oregon State 4 14   .222     10 20   .333
Washington 4 14   .222     10 20   .333
As of November 30, 2007; Rankings from Coaches Poll

The 2000–01 UCLA Bruins men's basketball team represented the University of California, Los Angeles in the 2000–01 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The team finished 3rd in the Pacific-10 Conference with a 14-4 conference record, 23-9 overall.[2] The Bruins competed in the 2001 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament, losing to the eventual champion Duke Blue Devils in the sweet sixteen.

Roster[edit]

No. Position Year Player
1 United States G Sr Jason Flowers
3 United States SG/SF Jr Billy Knight
4 United States F So Spencer Gloger
10 United States G Fr Ryan Walcott
11 United States G/F Jr Todd Ramasar
15 United States G Fr Ryan Mollins
21 United States PG Sr Ryan Bailey
22 United States G/F Sr Rico Hines
No. Position Year Player
23 United States F Jr Matt Barnes
24 United States F So Jason Kapono
25 United States PG Sr Earl Watson
34 United States SG Jr Ray Young
43 United States F Fr T. J. Cummings
50 Netherlands C/PF Jr Dan Gadzuric
52 United States C So John Hoffart
54 United States F Fr Josiah Johnson

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Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Location Result Overall Conf.
Exhibition Games
November 1, 2000 Team Concept Pauley Pavilion W 118–64
0–0
0–0
November 15, 2000 EA Sports/California All-Stars Pauley Pavilion W 81–78
0–0
0–0
Regular season
November 9, 2000 #7 Kansas Madison Square Garden1 L 99–98
0–1
0–0
November 10, 2000 #12 Kentucky Madison Square Garden1 W 97–92 (OT)
1–1
0–0
November 21, 2000 CSUN Pauley Pavilion L 78–74
1–2
0–0
November 29, 2000 UCSB Pauley Pavilion W 83–77
2–2
0–0
December 2, 2000 Georgia Tech Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim2 L 72–67
2–3
0–0
December 9, 2000 Hawaii Pauley Pavilion W 84–64
3–3
0–0
December 16, 2000 UC Irvine Pauley Pavilion W 65–60
4–3
0–0
December 23, 2000 #15 North Carolina Pauley Pavilion L 80–70
4–4
0–0
December 30, 2000 Purdue Mackey Arena W 87–82
5–4
0–0
January 4, 2001 Washington Pauley Pavilion W 86–64
6–4
1–0
January 6, 2001 Washington State Pauley Pavilion W 75–57
7–4
2–0
January 11, 2001 #19 USC Pauley Pavilion W 80–75
8–4
3–0
January 13, 2001 Villanova Pauley Pavilion W 93–65
9–4
3–0
January 18, 2001 Arizona State Wells Fargo Arena W 91–83
10–4
4–0
January 20, 2001 #17 Arizona McKale Center L 88–63
10–5
4–1
January 25, 2001 Oregon State Pauley Pavilion W 67–40
11–5
5–1
January 27, 2001 Oregon Pauley Pavilion W 98–88
12–5
6–1
February 1, 2001 California Haas Pavilion L 92–63
12–6
6–2
February 3, 2001 #1 Stanford Maples Pavilion W 79–73
13–6
7–2
February 8, 2001 #22 USC Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena W 85–76
14–6
8–2
February 10, 2001 DePaul Allstate Arena W 94–88
15–6
8–2
February 15, 2001 #8 Arizona Pauley Pavilion W 79–77 (OT)
16–6
9–2
February 17, 2001 Arizona State Pauley Pavilion W 73–68
17–6
10–2
February 22, 2001 Oregon McArthur Court W 88–73
18–6
11–2
February 24, 2001 Oregon State Gill Coliseum W 68–65 (OT)
19–6
12–2
March 1, 2001 California Pauley Pavilion W 79–75
20–6
13–2
March 3, 2001 #1 Stanford Pauley Pavilion L 85–79
20–7
13–3
March 8, 2001 Washington State Beasley Coliseum W 86–76
21–7
14–3
March 10, 2001 Washington Hec Edmundson Pavilion L 96–94
21–8
14–4
NCAA Tournament
March 15, 2001 Hofstra Greensboro, NC W 61–48
22–8
14–4
March 17, 2001 Utah State Greensboro, NC W 75–50
23–8
14–4
March 22, 2001 Duke Philadelphia, PA L 76–63
23–9
14–4
*Conference games in green. Opponent rankings from Coaches' Poll.
1Coaches Vs. Cancer Classic
2John R. Wooden Classic

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "UCLA Bruins men's basketball history". Retrieved 2008-02-22. 
  2. ^ "2000-01 season statistics". UCLA. Retrieved July 25, 2011. 
  3. ^ "UCLA Bruins 2000–01 roster". Retrieved 2007-11-30. 
  4. ^ "UCLA Bruins 2000–01 schedule". Retrieved 2007-11-30.