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  • Kris Wilkes Returning To UCLA

    Hoops Rumors "Freshman guard/forward Kris Wilkes has withdrawn his name from the 2018 NBA draft pool and will head back to UCLA for his sophomore season, the school announced today (via Twitter). Jon Rothstein of FanRag Sports first reported Wilkes’ decision (via Twitter). “I’m..." May 29

  • Four-star forward Jaime Jaquez commits to UCLA

    247 Sports "Four-star recruit Jaime Jaquez verbally committed to UCLA on Tuesday, he informed to 247Sports. "It just felt right," Jaquez said. "The coaching staff, they did a great job of recruiting. They called everyday. I got to know them really well. Their style of play, it’s close to home and coach..." May 08

  • UCLA's Cody Riley joins Kris Wilkes, Jaylen Hands in declaring for the NBA draft

    Los Angeles Times "Cody Riley could give new meaning to being one and done. The UCLA freshman forward who played in one exhibition game before a shoplifting scandal led to a season-long suspension was on a list of 236 players who filed as early entry candidates for the NBA draft. The 6-foot-10 Riley is not..." April 25

  • Shareef O'Neal 'I'm Cool with The NBA Age Limit ... But Hey, Some Kids Need Money!'

    TMZ "Here's high school basketball phenom Shareef O'Neal going deep on one of the hottest topics in basketball -- the NBA age limit (19) ... which screws some players and helps others. 'Reef gets that not everyone grew up with Shaq money and some players need to get those life-changing checks ASAP,..." March 18

  • Steve Alford is expected to return to UCLA despite poor finish

    Los Angeles Times "Steve Alford does not appear to be in imminent danger of losing his job after guiding UCLA to its earliest exit in NCAA tournament history. Barring a departure of his own choosing, he's expected to return for a sixth season coaching the Bruins after securing another highly touted six-man..." March 15

  • Shareef O’Neal Says He Received Threats After De-Committing From Arizona

    Complex "Five-star recruit Shareef O’Neal revealed he has received threats after de-committing from the University of Arizona. O’Neal, who is the son of Basketball Hall of Fame center Shaquille O’Neal, committed to UCLA after Arizona men’s basketball coach Sean Miller was accused of discussing a $100,000..." March 03

  • LaVar to Trump Thanks for Nothing in China ... P.S. Stay in Yo Lane!!!

    TMZ "LaVar Ball's taking a shot at 45 once again ... this time over the report that Donald Trump didn't really do anything to free his son in China after he got caught shoplifting. As TMZ Sports reported ... LaVar refused to thank the Prez back in November for helping spring LiAngelo and his UCLA..." March 03

  • Donald Trump exaggerated his role in resolving UCLA shoplifting case

    SI "“I should have left them in jail!” President Donald Trump tweeted in reference to the UCLA basketball players arrested in November for shoplifting in China. According to a new report from ESPN’s Arash Markazi, though, Trump’s involvement didn’t come until the players had already resolved the case..." March 03

  • Shaq's Son Shareef O'Neal to UCLA After Decommitting from Arizona Amid FBI Probe

    Bleacher Report "Shaquille O'Neal won three championships with the Los Angeles Lakers, and his son is reported to be heading to La-La Land to play college basketball. Josh Gershon of 247Sports reported Shareef O'Neal has committed to UCLA after he decommitted from Arizona in the wake of reports the Wildcats are..." February 27

  • UCLA's Steve Alford says the idea that everyone is getting paid in college basketball is 'ludicrous'

    Los Angeles Times "UCLA coach Steve Alford and point guard Lonzo Ball were completely in sync throughout Ball's one season with the Bruins, but they have vastly differing opinions on the issue of illicit payments to college basketball players. Ball, nearing the end of his rookie season with the Lakers, said..." February 26

  • Five-star center Moses Brown commits to UCLA

    Fanrag Sports "Five-star center Moses Brown has committed to play his collegiate basketball at UCLA, according to according to Corey Evans of Rivals.com. “UCLA is a really good school, I love their campus,” said Brown. “I like the conference that they are in. Just about the same as any other school I’m going..." January 22

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