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UCLA to begin with Oklahoma in Battle 4 Atlantis bracket set


After announcing its schedule last week, UCLA men’s basketball’s non-conference lineup got more specific Tuesday when the team announced its bracket for the Battle 4 Atlantis tournaments in the Bahamas, beginning Nov. 26.

UCLA will open the tournament by facing Oklahoma, a game that will be aired on ESPN2 at 11:30 a.m. on Nov. 26. The Bruins’ second game will be against either Butler or North Carolina the following day, and one of either Alabama-Brimingham, Florida, Georgetown or Wisconsin on the third and final day of the tournament.

UCLA has played Oklahoma three times in its history, winning all three games, most recently in 1975. Whereas the Bruins reached the Sweet 16 of last season’s NCAA tournament, the Sooners were eliminated in the second round by North Dakota State.

Prior to the Battle 4 Atlantis, the Bruins will play four regular season games, beginning their season at home against Montana State on Nov. 14.

Compiled by Kevin Bowman, Bruin Sports senior staff.

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