In a Thursday night Pac-12 college basketball matchup, the UCLA Bruins defeated the Washington Huskies 57-55 on a buzzer beater by senior guard Larry Drew II. Afterwards, Drew found himself in the bottom of a pile of teammates celebrating the victory, although noticeably absent from that pile was UCLA freshman Shabazz Muhammad, who didn't seem to be that excited about it.
Muhammad led the Bruins with 22 points and 8 rebounds in the victory, but still seemed a little disappointed that he didn't get the ball on the last play despite calling for it. ESPN SportsCenter analyst Scott Van Pelt surmised that maybe Muhammad is "just a cool customer". We'll see if it becomes a pattern as his college career continues.
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