LOS ANGELES (AP) -Darren Collison and Alfred Aboya practiced without pain Friday and will play when No. 2 UCLA hosts No. 8 Texas on Sunday.
Collison scored 14 points in his season debut Wednesday against George Washington after missing the first six games because of a sprained left knee.
Aboya broke a bone under his right eye last Friday, but returned to score six points Wednesday. The Bruins' starting lineup will be a game-time decision.
Guard Michael Roll is questionable for Sunday, although he practiced Friday. Roll has yet to play this season after he tore the plantar fascia, or connective tissue that supports the arch, in his left foot during preseason practice.
UCLA said it has issued credentials to 39 scouts for the game, with 29 of the NBA's 30 teams expected to attend.

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