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New baskets, same result as Bruins still malfunctioning

PALO ALTO, Calif. - It was delayed aggravation.

UCLA already was trailing Stanford by nearly double digits Saturday night at Maples Pavilion when the start of the second half was pushed back by a basket malfunction.

The Bruins milled about as a worker stood atop a ladder for several minutes trying to fix the defect. Both teams eventually retreated to their locker rooms after it was determined the

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