Eight games into the season, the Bruins are losing their leading scorer from a year ago.
UCLA men’s basketball’s (6-2, 2-0 Pac-12) Chris Smith has a torn ACL in his left knee, according to a press release from the program.
This post was updated Dec. 11 at 9:58 p.m.
In their first matchup since 1964, history repeated itself between the Bruins and the Golden Eagles.
Playing at Pauley Pavilion for the fourth game in a row, UCLA men’s basketball (5-1, 1-0 Pac-12) defeated Marquette (4-2) 69-60 in a back-and-forth contest Friday night.
Prediction: UCLA 27, USC 24
Everyone will be watching for the offenses to light up the scoreboard like last season. But the defenses will reign supreme this time.
Fresh off its first Pac-12 win – and a new apparel sponsorship – the Bruins are back on the court in nonconference play.
After the announcement of Jordan Brand’s partnership with UCLA football and basketball this morning, UCLA men’s basketball’s (3-1, 1-0 Pac-12) attention returns to the court where it will host San Diego (0-0) on Wednesday night.
After a slight hiccup, the Bruins will be back on the hardwood and competing in conference play.
UCLA men’s basketball (1-1) is hosting Seattle (3-1) and California (2-1) on Thursday and Sunday, respectively, with the former being the Bruin’s home opener and the latter being the team’s first game of the 2020-2021 Pac-12 campaign.
UCLA men’s basketball (1-1) will begin Pac-12 play in December for the 2020-21 season. Before the first conference matchup, Daily Bruin Sports editors each predicted the team’s final conference record, Pac-12 final standing and an X-factor player (or two).
Another Pac-12 game has been canceled.
UCLA football (0-1) vs. Utah (0-0) has been canceled following positive COVID-19 tests from within the Utes’ program and the Pac-12’s isolation protocols after infection rules.
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