Cal Bears basketball podcast with Michael Duca: As Cal gets ready of UCLA the Bears-ASU game was lights out

January 4, 2017

Cal Bears, NCAA

SACRAMENTO, CA – NOVEMBER 21: Cal guard Grant Mullins (3) drives to the basket during an NCAA basketball game between the San Diego State Aztecs and the California Bears on November 21, 2016, at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, CA. (Photo by Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire) (Icon Sportswire via AP Images)

Both the ASU Sun Devils and the Cal Bears were shooting lights out basketball in the Bears 81-65 win at Haas Pavilion on Sunday night. The question was which team was going to revert back to their corner. ASU was shooting 51 percent at one point and Cal held through for 40 minutes. It was a tight game all the way around while the game was tied their was never a concern within four or five points. The Bears were within reaching distance the whole way.

The late run that Cal pulled was not so unusual they were scoring about two points a minute all night long. ASU had one shot from the floor and they were shooting 51 percent when they got into that stretch and then the Sun Devils went ice cold. For Cal head coach Cunzo Martin he’s got two line ups he can look at he could look at a defensive line up featuring a great defensive player in Sam Singer or he can look at an offensive starting line up which features Grant Mullins who scored 20 against ASU Sunday.

Michael Duca covers Cal basketball at bearinsider.com and does the podcast at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

 

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