LAS VEGAS Freshman Jordan Adams carried UCLA into the Pacific-12 Conference championship game.
Now the Bruins will have to carry on without him.
Adams scored 18 of his 24 points in the second half before breaking his right foot on the game's final play, helping No. 21 UCLA beat No. 18 Arizona for the third time this season, a 66-64 victory Friday night that sends the Bruins to the Pac-12 tournament title game.
Adams, UCLA's second-leading scorer at 15.2 points per game, limped off the floor after Arizona's final shot attempt, and X-rays showed a broke fifth metatarsal, putting a damper on UCLA's win and the rest of its postseason.
Ditching their new pajama-like uniforms for the more traditional white with blue and yellow trim, the Bruins (25-8) fought back from an 11-point second-half deficit after pulling off a similar rally against Arizona State in the quarterfinals. Adams triggered it, scoring 17 points in the final 9:57, including 15 straight during one stretch.
Kyle Anderson put UCLA in front on a putback with 22 seconds left, and Arizona's Solomon Hill missed a mid-range jumper, sending the Bruins into tonight's title game against Oregon.
"The leaders on our team stressed to the five guys that are out there that we have to stay calm, being down 11 or nine or whatever it was," said Anderson, who had 10 points. "I think that's what we did a really good job of, and we were able to fight back for a second time and end up with the win."
Arizona (25-7) was effective in slowing down Shabazz Muhammad and Larry Drew II but had no answer for Adams once he got going in the second half.
Muhammad finished with 11 points on 4-of-11 shooting after a quiet first half, and Drew went scoreless after missing all five of his shots.
Adams made up for it, hitting 6 of 13 shots and 11 of 13 from the free-throw line for the Pac-12 regular-season champs.
Brandon Ashley had 15 points, Mark Lyons added 13, and Kaleb Tarczewski had 13 rebounds for the Wildcats, who already were assured a spot in the NCAA Tournament but could drop a few seeds after a late-season slide and the loss to UCLA.
Oregon 64, Utah 45 in Las Vegas Damyean Dotson and E.J. Singler scored 14 points each, and the Ducks (25-8) raced away from the Utes (15-18) early.
Oregon had its regular-season conference title chances spoiled by Utah last weekend but gave the Utes no chance of a repeat upset.
The third-seeded Ducks built a 14-point lead in the first half and kept the cushion near double figures the rest of the way. Oregon stifled Jarred DuBois and Jordan Loveridge, Utah's top two scorers, all night.