The UCLA Bruins lost 84-73 to the Arizona State Sun Devils in Pac-12 play on Thursday to fall to  a disappointing 10-9 on the season.

But sophomore guard Jaylen Hands certainly did his part for UCLA on the night, with 15 points (on 6-of-12 shooting from the field), four assists, and four rebounds.

And two of those points came when Hands threw down a nasty dunk on the Sun Devils late in the second half. First, he had some nifty dribbling to split two ASU defenders, before elevating for the awesome jam:


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