CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) -- London Perrantes made a 3-pointer with 10 seconds remaining in overtime Tuesday night and No. 5 Virginia survived a poor shooting night and beat California 63-62 for its ninth consecutive victory.
Anthony Gill led Virginia (10-1) with 17 points, freshman Jarred Reuter had 11 and Perrantes and Malcolm Brogdon each had 10, but the Cavaliers made just 21 of 54 shots (38.9 percent) and never led until just 1:04 was left in regulation.
Jaylen Brown scored 18 and Jordan Mathews 16 for the Golden Bears (9-3), whose five-game winning streak was snapped. Cal led by as many as 11 twice in the second-half, but scored just two points in the last 7 1/2 minutes.
In overtime, three points each from Brown and Wallace and a putback by Ivan Rabb gave Cal a 60-54 lead with 2:25 remaining, but Isaiah Wilkins' putback turned into a 3-point play for Virginia, and Brogdon followed two free throws by Brown with his third 3-pointer of the game to make it 62-60.
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After a miss by the Golden Bears, Perrantes caught a pass in front of the Cavaliers' bench and swished home his second 3-pointer to complete the comeback.
The Golden Bears led by as many as 11 twice in the second half, the last time at 46-35 with 13 minutes to go, but a basket by Gill, a dunk by Reuter and Perrantes' drive pulled the Cavaliers within 46-41, bringing the crowd out of its malaise and into the game. The Bears pushed the lead back to seven three times, the last to 50-43, and with the crowd sensing a comeback, or trying to make it so, Virginia finally was able to pull even.
Perrantes scored on a drive, Brogdon followed a Cal miss with a 3-pointer for only his second field goal of the night, and Gill followed another miss by the Bears with a basket that pulled Virginia even for the first time.
Neither team scored for more than three minutes, and when Isaiah Wilkins finally stole the ball and fed Darius Thompson for a dunk, the Cavaliers had a 52-50 lead and John Paul Jones Arena seemed to be vibrating.
Brown, however, hit a pair of free throws with 41.5 seconds left, and neither team scored again in regulation.
Virginia: Freshman Jarred Reuter, who had 16 points in eight prior appearances, led the Cavaliers with seven in the first half, when Virginia shot 4 for 22. ... The Cavaliers' 77.3 scoring average is their highest since they averaged 79.6 in 2001-02.
Virginia is at home against Oakland next Wednesday night.
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