2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
31-5, 3rd in Pac-12
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Raveling engaging in hyperbole over Ball? (1:01)
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6dMyron Medcalf

LaVar Ball: We'll have Nike shaking in boots

LaVar Ball declared Friday that Nike will have to compete with his Big Baller Brand in response to an executive for the company calling him "the worst thing ... in the last hundred years."

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Pittsburgh graduate transfer Cameron Johnson told ESPN his final six: Arizona, Kentucky, Ohio State, Oregon, UCLA, TCU.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Four-star 2018 guard David Singleton just committed to UCLA.

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Fultz laughs off Ball's boast, wants to be MVP

Markelle Fultz told SI Now that being picked No. 1 overall would fulfill a lifelong dream and that he expects his rivalry with Lonzo Ball to continue in the NBA.

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10dESPN Recruiting Nation

Hands serving as Lonzo Ball's replacement

Jaylen Hands has the speed and quickness to push the ball and be a playmaker in the open court. He'll be the Bruins' floor general in the post-Ball era.

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The truth about the long lost Ball brother (3:42)
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15dChad Ford

Big Board 5.0: Ike Anigbogu trending up

The UCLA center is testing the draft waters and will have a tough decision to make. Another year in college, however, could boost him into the top 10 in 2018.

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John Calipari and Kentucky lead the nation when it comes to luring ESPN Top 100 recruits during the past half-decade. Coach K and Duke are not far behind in the competition.

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UCLA's recruiting class is on track to finish among the top 5 in consecutive years for the first time under head coach Steve Alford.

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Fultz, Ball lead stacked NBA draft (0:48)
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Cousins elevating Kentucky or dissing Lonzo Ball? (1:57)
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Was there too much LaVar Ball backlash? (1:22)

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Following the ESPN College Basketball Awards show, former UCLA point guard Lonzo Ball dismissed comments his father, Lavar, made that UCLA couldn't win the NCAA title "with three white guys because the foot speed is too slow." Lonzo pointed out he is half-white and said the comments didn't create any awkwardness with former teammates. "He probably said it as a joke," Lonzo said. "The media is going to do what they do with it and I've heard him say it before so it's nothing new for me."

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Jayhawks guard Mason claims Wooden Award

Jayhawks senior guard Frank Mason III was named the winner of this year's John R. Wooden Award as the nation's most outstanding men's college basketball player.

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Ball and Mason III on Wooden Award

Wooden Award nominees Lonzo Ball of UCLA and Frank Mason III of Kansas join Mason & Ireland to talk about their season performance, upcoming NBA draft and the Wooden Award.

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Miles Brown a big Lonzo Ball fan (1:14)

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Only one player in Pac-12 history has tallied more assists in a season than Lonzo Ball did in his lone year at UCLA. Ball also obliterated the record for assists by a Pac-12 freshman, previously held by Gary Payton (229 in 1986-87).

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Vote: Who deserves to win the Wooden Award?

College basketball had a long list of outstanding players this season, but who should take home the Wooden Award? Weigh in and make your voice heard.

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Clark suggests LaVar Ball worry about his son's performance (0:50)

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Should Lonzo Ball win the Wooden Award (8 p.m. ET on ESPN2), he would join Ed O'Bannon (1994-95) and Marques Johnson (1976-77) as winners from UCLA and move the school into sole possession of third-most Wooden Award winners.

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LaVar Ball casts blame on UCLA 'white guys'

LaVar Ball says his son's UCLA Bruins were ousted in the NCAA tournament's Sweet 16 because Lonzo was playing with an ailing hamstring and his three white teammates couldn't make up for it.

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Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

R.J. Barrett, the nations No. 1 sophomore, getting some shots up after practice st the Nike Hoops Summit. He holds offers from Arizona, Kansas, Missouri, UCLA and others, but it's a safe bet he'll have offers from every single school by the end of his recruitment.

Team Stats

Points Per Game89.82nd
Rebounds Per Game38.545th
Assists Per Game21.41st
Points Allowed75.5258th

Tournament History

Final Fours18
Tournament Record103-40
Championship Seasons1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1995
Tournament Appearances47