Insta-Reaction: Cal Men's Basketball Claims Bottom Ranking, Loses to Washington 51-62

The Pac-12 Conference has a new bottom-ranked team: the California Golden Bears.

The Washington Huskies (4-17, 3-13 Pac-12), now the second-to-last team in the league, defeated the visiting Golden Bears (8-16, 3-14 Pac-12), 62-51.

California never found its offensive groove Saturday night, held by the Huskies to a low 26.7% shooting. The Golden Bears' offense produced no points in the last eight minutes and eight seconds of regulation, missing their last nine shots attempted in the game.

The Golden Bears' only lead was in the games' first five minutes: a 7-5 scoreline with 16:16 remaining in the first half.

Golden Bear star-player Matt Bradley had a poor night, scoring only three out of 16 attempts and making none of his four three-point shots. Despite the 19% shot accuracy, Bradley still put up 13 points. The junior guard added five rebounds and one block.

Andre Kelly added 12 points for the Golden Bears, including half from the charity stripe. The junior forward made six out of nine free-throw shots.