Wednesday, May 22


Sophomore forward/center Tony Parker had a career-high 14 rebounds against Chattanooga on Sunday.

UCLA men’s basketball overpowers Chattanooga, 106-65

With just a couple minutes gone in the second half, Norman Powell dribbled up the baseline full speed ahead. By the time he realized there was a Chattanooga defender with his shoulders squared standing just outside the key, it was too late. The sophomore guard rose up and threw down a powerful right arm. UCLA defeated Chattanooga 106-65 on Sunday night in its highest-scoring affair since December 23, 2008, and from about the sixth minute onward, it was a laugher filled with high-flying dunks from Powell and fellow height enthusiasts like freshman guard Zach LaVine. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore forward/center Tony Parker had a career-high 14 rebounds against Chattanooga on Sunday.

Sophomore forward/center Tony Parker had a career-high 14 rebounds against Chattanooga on Sunday.

Sophomore guard/forward Kyle Anderson registered his first career triple-double, and UCLA's first since 1995, in an 81-70 victory over Morehead State.

Bruins reach milestones in 81-70 win against Eagles

On one play, two Bruins set milestones. Curling around a screen, sophomore guard Jordan Adams grabbed a pass from sophomore guard/forward Kyle Anderson, took a few steps to the rim and laid the ball in off the glass. The bucket gave Adams his 28th point of the night - a new career high - and gave Anderson his 10th assist of the game, giving him his first career triple double. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore guard/forward Kyle Anderson registered his first career triple-double, and UCLA's first since 1995, in an 81-70 victory over Morehead State.

Sophomore guard/forward Kyle Anderson registered his first career triple-double, and UCLA's first since 1995, in an 81-70 victory over Morehead State.

After suffering appendicitis in the preseason, redshirt senior forward Travis Wear will return to the court and make his season debut tonight.

UCLA will welcome back Travis Wear against Morehead State

UCLA’s layup lines before Monday night’s game against Sacramento State came with a bit of a surprise. No, it wasn’t freshman guard Zach LaVine settling for just a layup instead of a thunderous dunk. Read more...

Photo: After suffering appendicitis in the preseason, redshirt senior forward Travis Wear will return to the court and make his season debut tonight.

After suffering appendicitis in the preseason, redshirt senior forward Travis Wear will return to the court and make his season debut tonight.

UCLA men's basketball coach Steve Alford said that he hopes the signing of forward Kevon Looney, a McDonald's All-American, will help attract more highly rated recruits to UCLA.

Five-star forward headlines UCLA basketball’s 2014 class

As the UCLA men’s basketball team awaits the re-addition of redshirt senior forward Travis Wear to the lineup on Friday, the team got some news on additions to the program’s future. Read more...

Photo: UCLA men's basketball coach Steve Alford said that he hopes the signing of forward Kevon Looney, a McDonald's All-American, will help attract more highly rated recruits to UCLA.

UCLA men's basketball coach Steve Alford said that he hopes the signing of forward Kevon Looney, a McDonald's All-American, will help attract more highly rated recruits to UCLA.

Sophomore guard Jordan Adams led the Bruins with 21 points and posted a career-high 8 steals in UCLA's victory over Sacramento State.

Bruins zip past Hornets in 86-50 win

No Travis Wear, no problem. For the third straight game, the redshirt senior forward didn’t touch the court, but in an 86-50 win over the Sacramento State Hornets, the Bruins’ third straight win, his loss didn’t particularly sting. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore guard Jordan Adams led the Bruins with 21 points and posted a career-high 8 steals in UCLA's victory over Sacramento State.

Sophomore guard Jordan Adams led the Bruins with 21 points and posted a career-high 8 steals in UCLA's victory over Sacramento State.



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