Wednesday, January 23

Clash of the Classes

UCLA and Arizona waged numerous recruiting battles in the offseason to put together two of the best recruiting classes in the nation. Scout and Rivals both had UCLA at No. 2 and Arizona at No. 3, while ESPN had UCLA at No. 1 and Arizona at No. 3. Read more...



Kyle Anderson scored a career-high 21 points on Wednesday. Three freshmen pitched in double-digit scores in the win over Arizona State.

UCLA finds redemption in OT victory against ASU

UCLA was bullied, battered and kicked around in its last meeting with Arizona State, one of its most embarrassing performances of the season. Not even the absence of redshirt junior forward Travis Wear could help explain the drubbing. Read more...

Photo: Kyle Anderson scored a career-high 21 points on Wednesday. Three freshmen pitched in double-digit scores in the win over Arizona State.

Kyle Anderson scored a career-high 21 points on Wednesday. Three freshmen pitched in double-digit scores in the win over Arizona State.



Freshman forward/center Tony Parker had his best statistical game of the Pac-12 season Sunday at USC, adding eight points in 17 minutes. He might see more time with Travis Wear injured.

Tony Parker sees double-digit minutes at USC game

For much of the season, Tony Parker has found himself on the bench watching his fellow freshman teammates play extended minutes. He’s expressed his disappointment before, but had to keep much of the frustration inside, waiting for a chance to contribute. Read more...

Photo: Freshman forward/center Tony Parker had his best statistical game of the Pac-12 season Sunday at USC, adding eight points in 17 minutes. He might see more time with Travis Wear injured.

Freshman forward/center Tony Parker had his best statistical game of the Pac-12 season Sunday at USC, adding eight points in 17 minutes. He might see more time with Travis Wear injured.

UCLA men's basketball managers defeated USC's managers 58-35 at Pauley Pavilion on Friday night.  The game was a continuation of a team manager tradition that last took place in 1996.

UCLA revives tradition, defeats USC in managers’ game

Shoe-squeaks pierced the silence of the empty Pauley Pavilion, and the single row of courtside fans squeaked almost as loudly. The ball bounced up and down, across the court, but the heads of five-or-so onlookers – seated far up – didn’t do much bouncing. Read more...

Photo: UCLA men's basketball managers defeated USC's managers 58-35 at Pauley Pavilion on Friday night. The game was a continuation of a team manager tradition that last took place in 1996.

UCLA men's basketball managers defeated USC's managers 58-35 at Pauley Pavilion on Friday night.  The game was a continuation of a team manager tradition that last took place in 1996.


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