Stanford 29 30 59
Ucla 44 40 84
Date of game: 3/14/2014

Recap: UCLA vs. Stanford

Las Vegas, NV (SportsNetwork.com) - Norman Powell had 22 points, while Travis Wear had 16 and UCLA routed Stanford, 84-59, in the semifinals of the Pac-12 Tournament.

Kyle Anderson provided 13 points, eight rebounds and seven assists for the second-seeded Bruins (25-8), who shot 65.2 percent (30-of-46) from the floor and will face top-seeded Arizona in the Pac-12 title game.

UCLA easily handled Oregon, 82-63, in the quarterfinals on Thursday.

Dwight Powell netted 16 points and Chasson Randall supplied 11 points for sixth-seeded Stanford (21-12), which played its third game in three days after knocking off Washington State in the first round and Arizona State in the quarters.

The Cardinal will wait for Selection Sunday to see if they'll be in the NCAA Tournament.

UCLA raced out to a 24-7 start and never looked back. The Bruins were up 44-29 at the break and led by as many 28 in the second half before cruising to the easy win.

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