Monday, September 23


[NCAA Tournament]: UCLA’s super Sweet 16

SAN DIEGO “”mdash; Cedric Bozeman called it crazy. Ryan Hollins chose to describe the feeling as scary. All that separated UCLA’s season from continuing or ending at Cox Arena in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday was a scant 60 seconds. Read more...



[NCAA Tournament]: Flash forward

Arron Afflalo still remembers the feeling. It’s not a good one. Sitting in the locker room of the McKale Center in Tucson, fresh off UCLA’s first-round loss to Texas Tech in last year’s NCAA Tournament, the current sophomore was, in a word, hurt. Read more...



[Online Exclusive]: It's not easy being defensive

It’s not as easy as UCLA is making it look. At least that’s what the Bruins think. After their third consecutive lopsided victory, this time a 71-59 win in the semifinals of the Pac-10 Tournament over Arizona, many of the Bruins were quick to deflect the notion the road to tonight’s tournament final against California has been a cakewalk. Read more...


Arizona, Cal, Oregon top quarterfinals

No Hassan Adams? No problem. Fourth-seeded Arizona may have been without its leading scorer, suspended from the Pac-10 Tournament because of a DUI, but the team ultimately didn’t need him in beating fifth-seeded Stanford 73-68 Thursday to reach the tournament’s semifinal at the Staples Center. Read more...



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