Player of the Week
The 6’4 sophomore is typically the guy that steps up the most for UCLA. He had a huge game against a 21st ranked Buffaloe team. He had 26 points on 57 percent shooting from the field 71 percent from beyond the arc. He also added six rebounds and a steal. Bradley is averaging just under 18 points per game but if he keeps having games like these, he can become a top scorer in all of the Pac-12 being able to score from anywhere on the floor.
3. Remy Martin
The junior who averages 19.5 points per game put up 30 in a heartbreaking loss on the road against UCLA. Martin also had four steals in the game. This loss is clearly not on Martin as he had a phenomenal performance. If his teammates could collectively step it up and help him out in a game like this one, it will result in W’s and not heartbreaking losses.
4. Timmy Allen
Mr. Allen had a strong double double performance in a win over USC. The 6’6 sophomore scored 21 points on 53 percent shooting and added 10 rebounds, three assists and a steal. Utah does not have a good conference record at 6-10 but that does not mean it is Allen’s fault. If Allen could become a better outside shooter, he could become one of the most feared offensive threats in the Pac-12.