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  • UCLA has fun with sound fundamentals in victory over Tulsa

    UCLA has fun with sound fundamentals in victory over Tulsa
    SAN DIEGO — No Duke here. No Ohio State anywhere. And no, giggle, not even a hint of New Mexico. At the late-night end of two NCAA tournament opening days filled with higher seeds laying giant eggs, UCLA finished Friday's madness with a simple,...
  • UCLA puts the 'dog out with 76-59 NCAA tournament victory over Tulsa

    UCLA puts the 'dog out with 76-59 NCAA tournament victory over Tulsa
    SAN DIEGO — The warning signs were out there for UCLA. High-seeded teams were being sent home from the NCAA tournament left and right. It got the fourth-seeded Bruins' attention. They cleared one potential pratfall Friday night with a 76-59...
  • Victory's sweet, celebration short as UCLA advances in NCAA tournament

    Victory's sweet, celebration short as UCLA advances in NCAA tournament
    SAN DIEGO — This was a big hurdle for UCLA. Sure, a bigger one looms on the horizon. But the Bruins were basking in the moment . . . sort of. UCLA’s 77-60 victory over Stephen F. Austin at Viejas Arena was predictable. The Lumberjacks...
  • Wednesday's local college basketball roundup: HU women gain first victory vs. Virginia Tech

    Women: The Hampton University women's last non-conference game of the regular season was a major accomplishment -- their first victory in five tries against Virginia Tech. Junior Kenia Cole scored a career-high 30 points for the Pirates (11-4), who...
  • UCLA suffers first loss of season, 80-71, to Missouri

    COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Facing its first real test of the season, No. 18 UCLA came up short on the road, losing to Missouri, 80-71. It was the first loss of the season for the Bruins (8-1), while the Tigers remained undefeated through nine games. UCLA...
  • CAA basketball snapshot promising, if not fully focused yet

    Strange season thus far in the Colonial Athletic Association. There’s an all-star team of injured and suspended players, though a couple of squads have compensated and adapted nicely. The conference lost two of its marquee programs, Old Dominion...
  • UCLA basketball: Jordan Adams changes mind, declares for NBA draft

    UCLA basketball: Jordan Adams changes mind, declares for NBA draft
    UCLA guard Jordan Adams reversed himself and has declared for the NBA draft, according to a person familiar with the situation but not authorized to speak on the matter. The turn of events means the Bruins have lost their two best players to the NBA....
  • UCLA guards Kyle Anderson, Zach LaVine declare for NBA draft

    UCLA guards Kyle Anderson, Zach LaVine declare for NBA draft
    UCLA basketball Coach Steve Alford may need to hang a "Guards wanted. Inquire within" sign on Pauley Pavilion. The Bruins have holes in the backcourt now that Kyle Anderson and Zach LaVine officially have declared for the NBA draft. And the size of...
  • UCLA's Bryce Alford, Isaac Hamilton likely to share point guard job

     UCLA's Bryce Alford, Isaac Hamilton likely to share point guard job
    Going by the numbers, it looks as though UCLA's basketball team got a push. It lost two players and kept two. But the reality is the Bruins lost more than they retained. Kyle Anderson and Zach LaVine both declared their intent to enter the NBA draft....
  • For the record

    UCLA basketball photo: In the April 17 Sports section, the caption for a photograph on an article about UCLA basketball players leaving for the NBA identified the player sitting between teammates Kyle Anderson and Zach LaVine as Norman Powell. The...
  • Letters: Finishing off the Lakers

    Letters: Finishing off the Lakers
    Why is L.A. so upset with Mike D'Antoni and Lakers management? We all knew this was a patchwork team that had no chance of actually winning anything this year. Myopic Lakers fans should cheer D'Antoni for not bailing on this squad, and praise Pau Gasol...