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The junior makes it two for two, leading the Bears to wins over UCLA and USC.
Much attention will be made of The Shove Seen Sunday Night, but we shouldn't forget Allen Crabbe had a pretty darn good week of basketball beyond that; good enough for him to secure his second straight Pac-12 Player of the Week honors.
He didn't have his best game in the blowout win against UCLA, shooting only 6 of 16 (and 2 of 7 from 3 point land), but he did rack up 16 points, 5 assists and 5 boards in his 37 minutes of play. All in all, a pretty well-rounded performance.
It was Sunday's game that secured his Player of the Week honors, though - with the Bears trailing late and desperately needing a win to remain in tourney contention, Crabbe woke up just in time, scoring 10 of his 23 points in the final five minutes. On a night when the rest of the team shot 1 for 10 from downtown, Crabbe's 5 3-pointers provided the extra spark Cal needed to pull all the way back.
And if that wasn't enough already, he ended up throwing in 10 rebounds and an eye-popping 6 steals, too. Not a bad night of work for the 6'6", Los Angeles native.
His play over the last month has to solidify him as one of the favorites - if not the favorite for Pac-12 Player of the Year, which would make it two in a row for the Bears.
Good work, Allen, and Go Bears!