Post Tagged with: "UCLA"

UCLA Basketball: Sophomore Forward Tyler Honeycutt Named To Wooden Award Preseason Top 50

FROM UCLA: Los Angeles (October 4, 2010)– The John R. Wooden Award Preseason Top 50 list was announced today by The Los Angeles Athletic Club. The list is comprised of 50 student-athletes who, based on last year’s individual performance and team records, are the early frontrunners for college basketball’s most prestigious honor. The Women’s Preseason […]

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UCLA Basketball: San Diego SG Norman Powell Commits To Bruins

Top shooting guard prospect Norman Powell has committed to UCLA, choosing the Bruins over San Diego State and Arizona. After point guard Josiah Turner committed to Arizona recently, Powell, Scout.com’s No. 15 shooting guard, became the team’s No. 1 priority. Powell plays at Lincoln High in San Diego.  Powell plays for former Van Nuys coach […]

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UCLA Basketball: Television Schedule Announced for 2010 Season

From UCLA: LOS ANGELES – The UCLA Athletic Department has announced the television coverage and game times for its 2010-11 men’s basketball schedule. It is highlighted by 27 televised games on four different networks, including the possibility of two more games to be televised as wild card selections. The Bruins will make 19 appearances as […]

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NBA Unveils New Revolution 30 Uniforms For 2010 Season With Dwight Howard And Jordan Farmar

The NBA unveiled new Revolution 30 uniforms this week at the NBA store in New York City. Dwight Howard and former Laker/UCLA player Jordan Farmar modeled the new unis, with former PAC-10 standout Brook Lopez.

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Dismissed UCLA Center J’mison “Bobo” Morgan Eligible To Play This Year For Baylor Bears

From ESPN.com: WACO, Texas — Former UCLA player J’mison Morgan has been granted an NCAA waiver that will allow him to play at Baylor immediately without sitting out a season. Baylor coach Scott Drew said Monday that the 6-foot-10 junior center from Dallas will be eligible to play once he completes the necessary NCAA paperwork. […]

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LA Lakers: Matt Barnes Reportedly In Court October 18th

From ESPN.com: A judge has approved Sacramento County prosecutors’ request for a delay to determine whether to bring domestic violence charges against Los Angeles Lakers player Matt Barnes, according to multiple reports. At Barnes’ arraignment in Sacramento on Monday, the prosecutors’ request for a delay until Oct. 18 was agreed to by the judge. On Thursday, Barnes […]

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USA Basketball: Team USA Wins Gold Medal at FIBA World Championships In Turkey

Congratulations to Kevin Durant and Team USA for winning the Gold Medal at the FIBA World Championships!  Durant, the tournament’s most valuable player, scored 28 points to lead the United States to an 81-64 victory and its first world championship since 1994.  Durant had 99 points in the final 3 games. Without LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Kobe Bryant or […]

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Song Of The Day: The Alarm “Rain In The Summertime”

On a rainy day in LA, here’s Mike Peters and The Alarm with “Rain In The Summertime!”  The Alarm were one of the iconic bands of the 80’s, busting out epic albums like Strength, Declaration and Eye Of The Hurricane.  Who could forget the exploding 1986 MTV concert on the UCLA campus?  The show grew […]

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UCLA Football: Top Quarterback Hundley Commits To UCLA

In news that could be a program-changer, senior Quarterback Brett Hundley committed to UCLA this weekend.  The 6-4 210lb quarterback is from Chandler, Arizona.  Arizona’s 2009 Gatorade Player of the Year finished off his junior season with over 1,500 passing yards and a 16-2 TD to INT ratio. He also rushed for over 1,200 yards […]

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College Football: UCLA, USC Start Season With Something To Prove

USC at Hawaii (Aloha Stadium) Tonight (Thursday) at 8pm PT on ESPN UCLA at Kansas State (Bill Snyder Stadium) Saturday (9/4) at 12:30 PT on ABC Both UCLA and USC have something to prove in 2010… Coach Rick Neuheisel is in his third season as the UCLA head coach.  It’s time for him to make […]

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