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LEFT: Oscar Da Silva #13 of the Stanford Cardinal is defended by Matisse Thybulle #4 of the Washington Huskies and David Crisp #1 of the Washington Huskies during their game at Maples Pavilion on March 3, 2019 in Palo Alto, California. (Photo by Cody

The PAC-12 has a wonderful tradition of arraigning its conference schedule into bunched up road trip weekends.

One of the best traditions of all, however, used to be when UCLA would have its bunched up weekends at California and then at Stanford. In a span of a few days, three teams with historic programs among the best in America would gather together.

For the Bruins, this is "Northern California" weekend. After a Thursday night game at Berkeley, UCLA will stick around for a Saturday afternoon contest against Stanford (5 p.m. ET, FOX) that features two teams with strong NCAA aspirations.

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Here’s the questions and how to look at it:

Which team will score the last point of the first half?
UCLA or Stanford

Heading into their games on Thursday evening, UCLA had outscored its opponents by a 472-429 margin while Stanford’s advantage is 422-378.

How many total 3 pointers will be made by both teams?
0-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-18, 19-20 and 21+

Stanford is averaging only 5.3 made 3-pointers per game – which is tied for 323rd in Division I Men’s Basketball for made 3’s per game. UCLA is averaging 7.2 3-pointers per game, but allowing 7.4 per game themselves.

How many points will the top scorer for UCLA have?
0-14, 15-17, 18-20, 21-23, 24-26 and 27+

The leading scorer for the Bruins heading into Thursday night’s game at California was Jamie Jaquez, who averaged 13.2 points pergame. Chris Smith (12.6), Tyger Campbell (11.9), Johnny Juzang (11.1), Cody Riley (10.5) and Jules Bernard (10.4) also average double figures in points per game, although Smith hasn’t played since the New Year.

How many points will the top scorer for Stanford have?
0-14, 15-17, 18-20, 21-23, 24-26 and 27+

Oscar Da Silva is the leading scorer for the Cardinal, averaging 19.3 points per game. Stanford has three other players in double figures per game heading into Thursday night’s game against USC in Daejon Davis (13.1), Zaire Williams (12.5) and Jaiden Delaire (10.3).

How many total points will be scored in the game?
Less than 125, 125-135, 136-140, 141-145, 146-150 and 151+

Coming into Thursday night’s contests, UCLA is averaging 77.8 points scored per game while Stanford is averaging 72.4 points a contest. The most that UCLA has scored in a game this year is 107 points against Pepperdine in triple overtime back on Nov. 27 while Stanford scored 92 against Washington on Jan. 7.

Who will win the game?
UCLA or Stanford with ranges of three or less, 4-9 points or 10 or more.

While UCLA has climbed into the Top 25 and appears on track for one of the 68th berths in the NCAA Tournament in March, Stanford needs to get back on track if they want to entertain March plans. Add in the toll of back to back road games- especially in a quarantine environment- and the signs point towards Stanford pulling the upset.

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