Pacific-12 RUMORS & NEWS

  • Jalen Hill, former UCLA basketball star, dead at 22 after going missing in Costa Rica

    New York Post "Former UCLA basketball standout Jalen Hill died recently after going missing in Costa Rica, his family said on Tuesday night. Hill was 22 years old. “We know Jalen has played a part in the lives of so many people,” the family wrote in an Instagram post. “We also..." September 21

  • Amari Bailey Signs 'NIL' Deal With Ethika, Gets Percentage of Sales

    TMZ "UCLA hoops star Amari Bailey signed a lucrative 'NIL' deal with Ethika and will receive a percentage of revenue from his products ... TMZ Sports has learned. The exact details of the deal remain unknown, but the California-based apparel company tells us the..." September 20

  • Nick Young Says Bronny James Should Go To USC, Forget About OSU!

    TMZ "Nick Young is doing his best full-court press on LeBron James' son, Bronny -- telling TMZ Sports the basketball phenom should play college ball at USC instead of Ohio State. The NBA superstar's oldest son had the sports world buzzin' after..." September 10

  • The Oregon Ducks Are Currently 'In The Lead’ To Land Bronny James

    Fadeaway World "As the son of a basketball legend, 17-year-old Bronny James is already getting the royal treatment from the sports world -- and colleges all over the nation are fighting for his commitment. So far, according to ON3, the Oregon Ducks currently sit as the favorites to land the..." August 16

  • Bronny James Being Recruited by UCLA, Michigan, Ohio State, USC, Oregon

    Bleacher Report "It looks increasingly like Bronny James will choose college over pro ball for at least the 2023-24 season. Paul Biancardi of ESPN reported there is a "strong feeling" James will attend college, with UCLA, USC, Michigan, Ohio State and Oregon among the schools that are..." August 13

  • Five-star forward Mookie Cook recommits to Oregon

    The Athletic "Five-star forward Mookie Cook has recommitted to Oregon, nearly two months after he backed off his pledge from the Ducks. Cook, a 6-foot-7 small forward and Portland, Ore. native, originally announced his commitment to Oregon on March 31. At the time of his announcement, he..." August 12