1. Bruins Talk About 80-53 Exhibition Win over Azusa Pacific

    Senior guard Norman Powell, junior center Tony Parker (3:12) and freshman forward Kevon Looney (5:13) talk about UCLA's 80-53 exhibition win over Azusa Pacific. Powell led the team with 21 points, while Parker and Looney each had double-doubles...

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  2. Alford Talks About UCLA's 80-53 Exhibition Win

    UCLA head coach Steve Alford talked about the Bruins' 80-53 exhibition win over Azusa Pacific, attributing the team's slow first half to youth and first-game jitters.....

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  3. Ashley Featured on Regional SI Preview Cover

    Defense is the name of the game in Arizona, because without it coach Sean Miller knows his team won't even get close to the Final Four.....

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  4. Curtain Rises on 'New' McKale Center

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  5. Report: NCAA Clears Arizona C Ristic to Play

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  6. Pac-12 Basketball: Preview and Predictions for 2014-15 Season

    A year after sending six teams to the NCAA tournament, including three to the Sweet 16 and one just short of the Final Four, the Pac -12 Conference faces an uncertain season in 2014-15...

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  7. UCLA Basketball Season Preview Part 3: Scouting the Opposition

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  8. The Personnel, Offense, Defense and the Intangibles

    In Part 2 of our 2014-15 UCLA Hoops preview we look at the Bruin players, the likely offensive and defensive strategies, the other factors besides the X's and O's, and we'll sum up the questions and keys to the season...

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  9. UCLA Basketball: Season Preview Part 1: 6 Big Questions

    Chris has taken over as basketball lead for Bruinsnation and DCBruins is happy to pass the mantle on to Chris with his sympathies. Although we hope for the best, there are a lot of questions even for the beginning of the season...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 1 month ago 99 reads 0 comments

  10. Men's Basketball Freshman Kevon Looney Displays Flexibility on Court

    The UCLA men's basketball team held its first open practice Wednesday at Pauley Pavilion since the flood in late July severely damaged the arena, leading to a number of renovations, including a brand new court...

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  11. Goloman Talks About Adjusting to Los Angeles

    A year ago, Gyorgy Goloman had yet to play in a U.S. high school game. Now the 6-foot-10 Hungarian native is practicing with the UCLA men's basketball team, hoping for a spot in a crowded frontcourt rotation...

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  12. Tinkle Takes 1st Steps in Rebuilding Oregon State

    Oregon State has seven walk-on players on its roster, which pretty much sums up the challenge that new coach Wayne Tinkle has before him...

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  13. Previewing the UCLA Bruins Front Court

    In our last piece, we previewed the Bruin's backcourt and gave insight into the young, yet talented foursome that will lead the Bruins this season. In this piece we will look at the big men down low as we preview the UCLA Bruins front court...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 2 months ago 20 reads 0 comments

  14. Cats Ready to Accept Being Pac-12's No. 1

    Arizona forward Brandon Ashley made it unscathed through almost 10 minutes at the Pac-12 media day interview podium Thursday before a bullet came flying in...

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  15. Why Delon Wright Has the Most Complete Game in College Basketball

    Unless you are an avid Pac-12 follower, chances are that Utah's Delon Wright was probably the best college basketball player you didn't hear about last year...

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  16. Arizona Near Unanimous Pick to Win Pac-12

    SAN FRANCISCO – The ARIZONA Wildcats are picked to finish first in the 2014-15 Pac-12 Conference men's basketball race, according to a poll of media members who cover Pac-12 men's basketball...

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  17. Arizona Basketball: Could Arizona's Sean Miller Go with a Twin Towers Lineup?

    Sean Miller has something on his 2014-15 Arizona Wildcats roster that few college coaches ever have at the same time: two legitimate seven-footers. Junior Kaleb Tarczewski (7'0", 245 lbs...

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  18. Oregon's Altman on C Michael Chandler Injury: 'It Could Be a While'

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  19. Stanford Lands Big Man Sharma over UConn

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  20. Report: Stanford Guard to Miss Action with a Broken Wrist

    Stanford's back court depth took a hit this week as sophomore guard Malcolm Allen has a broken wrist, according to Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports. .....

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  21. After O'Bannon Ruling, Figuring out What's Next

    CHICAGO — During the question-and-answer portion of a speech at a downtown restaurant here Monday afternoon, Mark Emmert, the president of the N.C.A.A., was asked about amateurism...

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  22. UCLA Basketball Needs to Put on a Midnight Madness Preseason Event

    UCLA basketball is the most decorated and most storied program with the most legendary players, coaches and arena in college basketball, so why the heck are they not acting like it? ...

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  23. UCLA Set to Host Dribble for the Cure This Sunday

    LOS ANGELES - UCLA's seventh annual Dribble for the Cure event, aimed to raise funds and awareness in the fight against pediatric cancer, will take place on campus Sunday, Oct. 26....

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  24. Washington Adds Two Forwards in 2015 Class

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  25. Arizona's Most Important Player: T.J. McConnell

    There's no argument that Arizona is the most talented team in the conference, and there are probably at least four players with NBA futures on this squad. .....

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